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Old January 3rd, 2007, 10:11 PM
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HI CAN YOU TELL ME HOW TO FIND OUT SOME OF THE MENU OPTIONS ON THE GLORY? ALSO WHAT OTHER SITES DO YOU GO TO FOR CRUISE DISCUSSIONS? I'M NEW AT THIS.
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You'll love the Glory, we've sailed her on both the eastern and western routes. Here's a link to carnival's sample dinner menu: http://www.carnival.com/CMS/FAQs/Sam...ay_Cruise.aspx We noticed a few changes to this on our last trip 12/9/06. In addition to the dining room, you also have the lido buffet, 24hr pizza, fish-n-chips, oriental, poolside grill, and sandwich deli. I don't think I left any out. As far as another cruise message board...........well any other board is just a waste of my time!
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ClevlandRocks,
Which nights were the Formal nights on your recent cruise? We enjoy the formal nights in the dinning room but we also want to go to the supper club one night and am trying to figure out what would be the best night to make reservations.

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ClevlandRocks,
Which nights were the Formal nights on your recent cruise? We enjoy the formal nights in the dinning room but we also want to go to the supper club one night and am trying to figure out what would be the best night to make reservations.

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We'll also be on the Glory in July 07. First time cruisers. Can someone explain the difference between formal nights and the supper club?
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We were on the Glory in early December. Formal nights are Sunday and Thursday (your two at-sea days).

The supper club is completely separate from the dining room. You have to pay $30 per person extra for the supper club. We did it on Tuesday night and felt it was worth every penny. The entire dining experience is about 2 hours. The presentation is unbelievable and the food was wonderful. Treat yourself one night - you won't be sorry. You do have to make reservations in advance.

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Yup, what Patty says! Sorry I didn't see this earlier or I would have responded. dhornick, formal nites are in the two (Golden+ Platinum) dining rooms and included in your fare. The supper club charges a fee for reservations. Attire is formal each nite in the supper club and 2 nites in the dining rooms. Other nites in the dining room are casual, no shorts, tank tops, or jeans although we've seen them worn.
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Yup, what Patty says! Sorry I didn't see this earlier or I would have responded. dhornick, formal nites are in the two (Golden+ Platinum) dining rooms and included in your fare. The supper club charges a fee for reservations. Attire is formal each nite in the supper club and 2 nites in the dining rooms. Other nites in the dining room are casual, no shorts, tank tops, or jeans although we've seen them worn.
Is what you pay for extra in the supper club worth it? sounds nice but dont want to go overboard (no pun intended) on costs.
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Hi dhornick; It depends on what you're looking for. I'd say if you have some special occasion, ie: birthday or anniversary, then yes the supper club is worth the extra money. The lovely Mrs. Jones (Vita) and I found the food aboard Glory to be very good, and so the supper club wasn't worth the extra bucks to us, but for a special occasion, or if you're a food-a-holic then by all means, spend the extra $30 per person, and go for it. It is excellent, (but so is the dining room).!

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I was on the Glory for New Years .. just came off .. I can tell you that the menu has changed since my last trip the end of August .. and not for the better ... the food was much better in Aug. I was very disappointed this time around ...
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Yup, what Patty says! Sorry I didn't see this earlier or I would have responded. dhornick, formal nites are in the two (Golden+ Platinum) dining rooms and included in your fare. The supper club charges a fee for reservations. Attire is formal each nite in the supper club and 2 nites in the dining rooms. Other nites in the dining room are casual, no shorts, tank tops, or jeans although we've seen them worn.
Is what you pay for extra in the supper club worth it? sounds nice but dont want to go overboard (no pun intended) on costs.
Well, my friends went to the supper club and the whole experience does really take 2-3 hours. They said that it'd be worth it if only adults were dining, no kids because their children only were able to get through half the main course!
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The supper club is well worth the experience if you are into great food and service ... I did it in end of August with some great friends ... the presentation was out of theis world .. all were taking pics of the food before we ate it ... I would compare the food I ate to a Ritz Carlton experience ... was it worth the extra money ... I thought so ..
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