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Old October 23rd, 2013, 02:42 PM
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I've had alot of clients tell me they don't do specialty restaurants because they feel they've already paid for all their food and why spend more to eat in another venue. To them I always say you have no idea what you're missing!

We do the specialty restaurants on every ship we've been on. For one reason, we absolutely love them. But we also have to be able to tell our clients about them from a first-hand experience.

While some are better than others, we've never been disappointed and have always had a wonderful experience.

But to pick one over another would be very difficult because there are so many great ones we've enjoyed in our 46 cruises.

One of the most unique and interesting restaurants would have to be Qsine on Celebrity. Loved it. We also did a wine pairing dinner in the Pinnacle Grill on Holland America which was awesome!

Don't think we could pick just one.

But you'd definitely be remiss if you didn't try one on your next cruise.

Pete
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