Mom And Son Nemos Reef
  • On Nov 4, 2015
    Kathryn from OH Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Im taking my 9yo daughter on the Dream for 3 nights in February. My husband is unable to go, I really want to try Remy for dinner, should I do that alone or is that going to seem strange? How can I change to first seating for dinner It says its unavailable

    Hi Kathryn -

    What an awesome Mommy & Princess voyage out on the high seas you've got planned. There will be lots of magical memories waiting to be made. This will be a wonderful adventure - with some great bonding moments for sure. Bottomline, be prepared to have an awesome time.

    Sounds like you are currently assigned to do the late dinner rotation. If this seems too late for you and your daughter, you can request to be moved to the earlier (main) dining time. You can do this on embarkation day since the restaurant managers will usually be available for special requests like this. In the past, they were setup at the Royal Palace restaurant. But make sure to check with a cast member to be sure where they are, so you can make this your first stop, once you get on the ship. If there is an available table for you, then you will be assigned a new dining rotation and also given new Key to the World Cards. Hopefully, since there are only 2 of you, you can be switched easily.

    I've always felt that dining solo is a personal preference. There are people who don't mind it (like me), but I have met other people who just cannot do it. I say go for it if you want to enjoy a quiet and sophisticated evening at Remy or Palo. Be prepared for a gastronomic experience! I truly enjoyed the french menu and each dish was plain genius. I say go for it, Kathryn! Your daughter will likely spend a good amount of time enjoying the Oceaneer Club and Lab, there is much to do for you onboard as well. So, enjoy the time to refresh and recharge - every mom deserves it! It is absolutely fun to be an adult onboard Disney Cruise Line.

    I hope this information helps, Kathryn. Please do let us know if you have any additional questions that we can try and answer.

    Have a great day!
    ~ Dolly
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Meet the Panelist: Dolly, California

I'm a full-time working mom anchored by an active family who shares the passion for travel, food and music! Our 2 teens have grown up sailing on the Disney Cruise Line and sharing the magic with other working families brings us so much pride and Pixie Dust! Learn More About Dolly

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