Dining Onboard Disney Cruise Line


Dining is a HUGE part of the attraction when you decide to take a Disney Cruise Line vacation. Here are some FAQ’s you need to know!

What is rotational dining?
Rotational dining is the Disney Cruise Line® way of making sure that each Guest experiences each themed dining environment on board. Every evening, you dine with the same tablemates and have the same servers as you “rotate” to one of 3 main restaurants (not all restaurants are on all ships). Guests receive their schedule when they board, which tells them exactly when and where to go. Children’s menus are available in the restaurants.
When is dinner?
On the Disney Wonder® and the Disney Magic®, the Main Seating is at 5:45 p.m.; the Second Seating is at 8:15 p.m.
On the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy, the Main Seating is at 6:00 p.m.; the Second seating is at 8:30 p.m.
When you book a vacation, please request either the Main or Second Seating. If the seating preference is not available, an alternate seating will be assigned. Regretfully, requests for a specific dining time cannot be guaranteed. For the assigned time and restaurant rotation, please check the dining tickets located in the stateroom upon arrival. Times are subject to change.
Can I request with whom to sit at dinner?
Every person in your stateroom will be at your table. At the time of booking, you can specify other people to sit with who will also be on board. If you don’t, assignments will be made to fill in your table. Generally, adults without children will dine with other adults, while families dine with other families.
What should I wear to dinner?
Dining Dress requirements vary by venue or theme night on your cruise. In general, most meals are “Cruise Casual”. Most cruises also have special theme nights with additional attire requirements.
Cruise casual nights — no swimwear or tank tops.
Formal nights — for men: tuxedo or suit; for women: gown or dress.
Semi-formal nights — for men: suit/jacket; for women: dress or pantsuit.
What is Remy, and how do I make a dining reservation there?
Remy is an intimate Adult Exclusive restaurant located on Deck 12, aboard the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. Offering the most upscale dining experience available onboard, the restaurant serves the finest in French-inspired cuisine for dinner. Reservations are required and can be made online in advance of embarkation or after you board the ship. Since seating is limited, advance reservations are recommended. Remy dining is limited to Guests 18 and older. The Remy Dining Option is available for $75 USD per Guest for dinner.
What is Palo, and how do I make a dining reservation there?
All 4 ships feature an elegant adults-only restaurant called Palo. Reservations for champagne brunch, high tea (on available cruises) and dinner at Palo can be made online in advance of embarkation or after you board the ship. Since seating is limited, advance reservations are recommended. Palo dining is limited to Guests 18 and older. The Palo Dining Option is $25 USD per Guest for both brunch and dinner.
Please Note: When Guests have not cancelled a dining reservation at Palo or Remy by 2:00 p.m. on the day of the reservation or do not show to the restaurant to honor their reservation, the reservation is considered confirmed and 100% of the Dining Option is applied to the Guests’ folio.
Where are breakfast and lunch served?
Breakfast and lunch are served in Carioca’s and Lumiérés on the Disney Magic; Triton’s and Parrot Cay on the Disney Wonder; Royal Palace and Enchanted Garden on the Disney Dream; Royal Court and Enchanted Garden on the Disney Fantasy. There is a buffet at Beach Blanket Buffet on the Disney Wonder, as well as casual dining at Cabanas on the Disney Magic, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy. Quick poolside meals are also available during breakfast and lunch. The Personal Navigator provides specific hours of operation for all dining locations.
Is room service available?
You can order room service 24 hours a day. From 7:00 to 10:00 a.m., complimentary continental breakfast will be delivered to your stateroom upon request (excluding disembarkation morning). For Guests in Category 1, 2 and 3 staterooms, a full breakfast is served upon request from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m., with the exclusion of disembarkation morning.
Do you offer meals for special dietary needs?
Low-sodium meals, kosher meals and certain other special diet-restricted meals are available. Please detail any dietary requests at the time of booking so that we can accommodate special dining requirements.
Are meals served on shore excursions?
Meals are served on some shore excursions. Check the details of the excursion at the time of booking.
What is the policy on alcoholic beverages?
The drinking age aboard the ship is 21. Valid photo I.D. required. Disney Cruise Line reserves the right to refuse sale and/or service to anyone.
Are alcoholic beverages and sodas free?
Free sodas are available at the Beverage Station on Deck 9 of the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder. There are 2 Beverage Stations on Deck 11 of the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. However, you must pay for alcoholic beverages and sodas at the bars and lounges onboard.

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