You can only imagine with today’s AP mindset (especially at DL) what it would look like today if they tried to do a full show. It would have to be a $50pp charge to have it make sense.
The show in Horseshoe today in DL, if you can even call it that, has no resemblance to the full show from decades ago.??? The Horseshoe in California has always had a show and still does. It also always has a line for food and drinks so people are buying something! But what else is new at Disneyland ha.
The show in Horseshoe today in DL, if you can even call it that, has no resemblance to the full show from decades ago.
I think $40 is plenty. Put on the show and let people cycle through at their own pace. They are hooked and already paying. Might make it attractive for people to go there. And leave it off Table credits and keep it QS only.They're already charging $39 + tax per adult, I'd be fine with an extra $10 if it got me a show.
My wife wanted to try it so we went. The food was fine, but not spectacular. I knew there used to be entertainment and it seemed odd to even keep the stage if they are not going to use it.Shameful, but true. It's a pre-plated lunch/dinner similar to what's served next door for dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern.
People paying with DDP credits, instead of cash, makes it much easier for Disney to get away with. That an increasing number of guests having no idea what kind of entertainment used to be there.
Our (TouringPlans') reader surveys for Diamond Horseshoe over the past year are 79% approval on 130 responses. That's so far below average (89%) that it gets a "Do not eat here" recommendation.
how’s the jungle cruise restaurant? I’ve yet to try it but it looked decent. Sad to hear plaza and liberty tree have gone downthank you, its getting hard to find a place that is worth it. The Plaza has ruined their menu so were not interested in that anymore. Libery Tree has gone down, the castle is characters only, beauty and the beast is a zoo,,,its like not much to go with.
While there is a lot of truth in this, the show did generate a profit (Though not as much as they would have liked, perhaps). Many factors went into the decision to close it.The budget for the show specifically came from the food services purse. The show was supposed to pay for itself with the restaurant profits, but the venue was too small to generate enough revenue. It didn't help that plenty of people, like my penny-pinching parents, only ordered the bare minimum.
The Diamond Horseshoe was unique in this matter.
BoG is a B at best, LTT is a B-. If you want a good TS meal for your MK day you are much better off at one of the nearby resorts, between CR, Poly, GF, WL or the Fort you are looking at some of the best restaurants on the property, no matter what your price point or style you want.
Unless you pre-order online and then you just confirm the order and take seats.thank you, is BoG still a wait in line cafeteria style at lunch?
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