Disney Dining Information
Disney’s whimsical style extends to their dining selections. Each ship has three unique themes, and every evening you and your personal wait staff will rotate so that you can enjoy a new dining experience every night of your cruise. There are also two restaurants exclusively for adults: the elegant Palo and the upscale, French inspired Remy.
Main Dining Room Policies: Main Dining restaurants are inviting dinner destinations within Disney Cruise Line's innovative rotational dining system. Disney guests are assigned to one of two seatings in the main dining room for their evening meal, early or late. The early and late seating times can vary by ship or itinerary, but are usually at around 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., respectively. Dinner seating preferences may be requested at the time of booking, but are not guaranteed.
Dress Code: Most onboard dining locations are casual. Shorts, jeans and t-shirts are permitted in casual dining locations. Swimwear and tank tops are not allowed in any dining venue. At Palo, men are expected to wear dress pants or slacks and a collared shirt (jacket optional), and women should wear a dress, skirt or pants with a blouse. Jeans may be worn if in good condition. The dress code at Remy is strictly formal. Men should wear a jacket with dress pants/slacks and shoes, tie optional. Women should wear a cocktail or evening dress, a pant suit or skirt/blouse. Jeans are not permitted in Remy.
Beverage Policy: All non-alcoholic and non-specialty beverages are included at meal times. 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.
Special Requests: Special meals are available including gluten-free, low-calorie, vegetarian, no sugar added, and dairy-free, as well as sugar-free and fat-free desserts. Kosher meals are available on all ships and itineraries. Guests who require kosher meals must submit their request no later than 7 days prior to sailing. Children's menus are available in the restaurants. In addition, a dinner buffet will be offered for children who participate in the supervised programs during the dinner hour.
All dining rooms onboard Disney ships are smoke-free.
Click on any ship name below for more detailed information about the dining options for each Disney ship: