Specialty Restaurants: Eat or Not?

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Can you imagine 24 dining venues on one ship? Yes, it sure exists: on the Oasis of the Seas and the Allure of the Seas. So, forget about the same people at the same table on the 7-day cruise. Eat where you want and what you want! Only one ‘BUT’ – watch your budget!

There is a lot of temptation there because you are on vacation! I want to eat in Chef’s Table today. Great! $75 per person for a great, exclusive, interactive multi-course pairing dinner. Tomorrow I want to try the 150 Central Park Restaurant. Perfect! Add $35 per person to your final bill!

Yes, no one complains about paying little bit extra for the experience to eat at a fancier, more intimate restaurant. So far, I received only positive feedback form the most expensive restaurants – Chef’s Table on the Oasis of the Seas and the Allure of the Seas… Result? More charges on your statement!

Guess what? A lot of people want to eat at the alternative restaurants on the Oasis of the Seas and the Allure of the Seas, so you have to make reservations in advance to receive the most from your cruise.

What is the solution? Watch for specials. I have a lot of promotions with complimentary dinner for two in specialty restaurant that save you money. Why not take an advantage of it? Also, I can make reservations for you in advance, so all your activities and dining options are scheduled.

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