Oga’s

Hi. I’m at 60+10 and there’s nothing at Oga’s. What am I missing?

Oga’s is unique with so little seating. My guess is that they just don’t release them that far ahead and you’ll want to set up resfinder and keep checking often.

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It’s available now, I’m not sure what happened this AM :slight_smile:

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I don’t like it because I cannot sit down. It really bothered me. Bar stools wouldn’t kill them.

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Can you just poke your nose in to look around or do they check for ADRs at the door? We don’t really want anything there, we aren’t drinkers but seeing what it looks like inside would be cool but not necessary if it would be a hassle.

No, they call reservations from outside so you can’t go in without one. They do have cool nonalcoholic drinks however!

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Oga’s is definitely worth seeing once. They have some really good non-alcoholic drinks. And you might want to brave a unique snack experience. My kids loved it so much, we went back a second day.

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I second this - the environment is so fun (not a quiet place though so if you’re looking for an intimate experience, go somewhere else!) and the decor/theming is just awesome.

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How far into your trip was your Oga’s reservation. My 60 day is coming up. Well, it’s still a month away, but I am trying to prepare. A reservation for Oga’s is my number one priority for this trip.

Then get up early on your ADR day so that you are ready at 6 am Florida time. I did that last Thursday and didn’t have a problem. Oga’s wasn’t even my first ADR. I do suggest having 2 browsers and the app open like several have suggested. I switched between Safari and Chrome and that worked well. Also, don’t be afraid to refresh if nothing comes up.

Gotcha, I have never had a problem with ADR’s before. But this is my first experience with the 60 day window, so I just wasn’t sure how much was going to be open. I slid my DHS day to the 4th day (of 6) of the trip to help increase my chances. And, I could always move them around if I had to. But, the rest of the planner in me is fighting the “I usually have this all set by now” feeling.

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