Can Someone Explain Reserved Dinning and Open Seating
It has been a while since I have been on a cruise, 2002 was my last cruise. I am getting ready to go on one in June 09.
I am a bit confused about dinning, I am looking at RCI and Carnival.
I know that RCI has the traditional reserved dinning, but I am a bit confused about freestyle or open dinning.
Do you get the same great food or choices that you get with reserved dinning?
I think I have an idea of it. Reserved dinning you have a certain time to eat etc... open/freestyle is anytime you want to go eat within a certain time, but you still get the same food??
Can someone help me out on this?
Location: Wisconsin....about 100 miles south of the Frozen Tundra and 70 miles east of Camp Randall
You are correct. Traditional dining has two seatings Early (Main) or Late. Open seating means you come anytime between the announced times and are given a table........you can make reservations or arrive and wait maybe a few minutes (if not longer), but you decide when you want to arrive.
Same food and dress code apply to both venues.
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