Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Dining Worksheet

Dining Worksheet

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Use this worksheet to note your dining preferences and be sure to keep it with you on your first day aboard.

Fill in/circle the following:

We have the main seating/late seating (circle the appropriate choice—if you’re not sure of your seating, call the Disney Cruise Line and inquire).

Our Anticipated Dining Rotation: While this rule doesn’t work for everyone, in general you can anticipate the following rotations if the occupants of your stateroom include:

All adults—day 1: Lumière’s/Triton’s/Royal Palace/Royal Court, day 2: Animator’s Palate, day 3: Rapunzel's Royal Table/Tiana's Place/Enchanted Garden, etc.

Young kids—day 1: Animator’s Palate, day 2: Rapunzel's Royal Table/Tiana's Place/Enchanted Garden, day 3: Lumière’s/Triton’s/Royal Palace/Royal Court, etc.

Older kids—day 1: Rapunzel's Royal Table/Tiana's Place/Enchanted Garden, day 2: Lumière’s/Triton’s/Royal Palace/Royal Court, day 3: Animator’s Palate, etc.

Note: The exception to the above rotation rule is on 4-night cruises, which repeat the second night’s restaurant on the third night, then continue on. See page 182 for details.

Now write in the restaurants you anticipate being assigned to on each day. You may also want to add ports or other notes such as formal/semi-formal nights.

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
             
             
             
             
Day 8 Day 9 Day 10 Day 11 Day 12 Day 13 Day 14
             
             
             
             

Now pencil in your preferences for dinner at Palo and/or Remy, keeping in mind which other restaurants/meals you really want to try and which you are less interested in. (Note: You can now reserve a second Palo or Remy meal, so long as it's on the first night of the cruise.) Guests on the seven-night cruise: Add your preferences for the champagne brunch, if that interests you. (Note: High Tea was discontinued in August 2012, in favor of a second brunch seating.) Also note your preferences below for easy reference:

My first Palo/Remy preference is for _______________ at ___________________ pm

My second Palo/Remy preference is for _____________ at ___________________ pm

My third Palo/Remy preference is for _____________ at ___________________ pm

My Palo/Remy brunch preference is for _________________

You can fill in this worksheet before you leave for your cruise or once you’re aboard and are confident about your dining rotation—just be sure to bring this worksheet with you!

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Top Photo Slice: Enchanted Garden menu and table (Dream) (℗ 53325) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



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