Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Dining on the Disney Ships

Dining on the Disney Ships
Should I Skip the Main Restaurant?

            Every night you have a choice where to eat dinner. You can choose to eat in one of the following the main your assigned to, one of the quick service locations, the buffet which is turned into to a sit down restaurant in the evenings or even your cabin. All of these options are no extra charge. You might even choose to make reservations at one of the adult’s only restaurants before a leaving on the cruise. Be aware both Palo's and Remy’s are usually booked solid by the time the ship leaves port and both cost extra. You can also eat at one of the lounges or bars but once again those cost extra.
            The question is should you skip the main restaurant in favor of the adult only restaurant. Here are some things to consider.
Every night is an adventure in the Main Restaurant. Every restaurant has a unique show. Every show is done only once during the cruise. You are not told the schedule of the shows before boarding. The shows are not to be missed, in my opinion. On a seven night cruise you will repeat each main restaurant with the second night not being the main show for that restaurant.
Even the non-show nights are special in the main restaurants. Those are the nights there is the Golden Mickeys with Formal Night, Simi Formal Night and Pirates IN the Caribbean night. None of these should be missed by the first time cruiser!
So what should you do if you still wish to have adult time and enjoy the adult restaurants? The adult restaurants are not to be missed either! Palo is the adult only restaurant on all four of the Disney ships. Remy’s is a second adult only restaurant on the Dream and Fantasy.
What I would suggest is do Palo for brunch or high tea if offered! Check out Remy’s, on the Dream and Fantasy does not offer brunch or high tea. On our past cruises on the Magic and Wonder Palo offered both brunch and high tea.
Both adult’s only restaurants do cost extra. Palo is $20 per person for brunch or dinner. The last I checked Remy was $75 per person. Both locations serve wine and alcoholic beverages at an extra charge.
Palo's serves Northern Italian cuisine with a brunch buffet. Remy’s serves to a nine course French meal.
No matter where you eat you are sure to enjoy. Bon appétit!

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