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Keep in mind that even with three galleys, there are over 3,000 fellow passengers on board your ship. Meals in the Main Dining Rooms (there are three on the Mariner, all centered about an elegant staircase and showered with shimmering chandeliers) will not be five-star gourmet extravaganzas. But the menu is excellent and varied, and the service is prompt and always courteous. Plus, you’ll have to look far and wide to find a more breathtaking, elegant shipboard dining experience!

The Windjammer Café is an always-casual, buffet-style restaurant arranged in such a way as to virtually eliminate long buffet-style lines! There are at least a half-dozen food “stations,” each serving up a different selection of internationally-themed breakfast, lunch, and dinner favorites. The seating is comfortable in tables and banquets for 2, 4, 6, or more guests. The views out to sea (you’re 11 decks up!) are spectacular.

Portofino and Chops Grille are the Mariner’s two, reservations-only, alternative restaurants. Portofino, as the name implies, serves delicious Italian cuisine and Chops, not surprisingly, is your “cut above” steak house. Seating at either of these restaurants is limited, so try to make your reservation as soon as possible – preferably the first day. Both restaurants levy an additional, per-person charge to your shipboard account.

Johnny Rockets® – you’ve heard about them at home. Now they’re out to sea! You’ll get the same, feel-good food (burgers, fries, grilled cheese sandwiches, hot dogs, and the like) as you’d expect. You’ll also feel good about the cost – the food is free and you pay only for the drinks (milkshakes, malts, ice cream sodas!). Johnny Rockets® -- the 50’s-style diner, complete with red vinyl booths, Formica tables, and a jukebox – is strategically placed near the indoor/outdoor kids and teens facilities. (Royal Caribbean knows what they’re doing!)


The Royal Promenade offers its share of eateries, too, including the popular Café Promenade. Plant yourself at one of the “al fresco” tables and you’ve got yourself a prime, people-watching venue. Just down the way is Sprinkles, the ship’s popular ice cream parlor. And across the “street” is the Wig and Gavel, a British-style pub with fish ‘n chips and ale.

Still hungry? Bolero’s, down on Deck 4 serves up some saucy salsa and chips and there’s always room service, too!



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