Family dining
  • On Feb 21, 2023
    Bianca from MI Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello! I was wanting to plan one of the Adult-Only restaurants for one night of our cruise, but I do not want to book the reservation and miss out on rotational dining… is there a way I can see what days my rotational dinings are or would I have to wait?

    Hello there Bianca,

    Thanks for sailing by with your question! I'm in the same boat as you when it comes to planning my Adult-only dining experiences during our cruise. There are so many fantastic details to soak in at each of the restaurants, so I completely understand not wanting to miss a moment or a menu item. 

    Rotational Dining assignments will be visible in your Disney Cruise Line Navigator App once you board the ship so unfortunately, there isn't a way to determine where you'll be feasting each night until you arrive. Depending on the length of your sailing, you may eat in the same restaurant more than once so I'm hoping you'll have the chance to experience everything available during your voyage. You are welcome to call and speak with a friendly Disney Cruise Line Cast Member to note any particular requests. While these aren't guaranteed, it never hurts to mention your preferences. You can also inquire about the schedule for your specific sailing to see if they can determine which evenings you might be assigned to the same restaurant.

    I'd also like to share my personal game plan for smooth sailing. I currently have a reservation at Enchanté during my April voyage on Disney Wish. Once I board, I'll see if my current reservation works with my assigned rotation. If not, I plan to head to the Guest Services Desk and see if there are any other options that would be a better match for our particular assignment. Chances are I won't be the only one hoping to make this type of schedule adjustment, so I'm hopeful I'll be able to make everything work!  If I'm unsuccessful I'll be able to cancel my specialty dining as long as I do so more than 24 hours in advance.

    I've also considered enjoying my adult-only meal and then just joining the kids for an after-dinner cocktail or dessert during our Second Seating dinner. This way I'll be able to experience the atmosphere of each restaurant even if I'm too full to enjoy the menu. Either way, I plan to let my server team know so they are prepared for our arrival or absence that evening.

    I hope this helped Bianca! Feel free to come back with any other questions as you prepare for your vacation.

    Bon Voyage!
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