Dress code is definitely semi-formal....suit for men and nice dress for woman (probably could get away with a very nice pant suit too). We dined in the Olympic on Wednesday night and it worked out great. If you are a chocolate lover, order the chocolate souffle....it must be ordered at the beginning of the meal. Just wonderful!!!!
Have a great time... Millennium is wonderful.
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It is Jacket with Tie for the gentleman and dress or nice pants suit for the ladies no matter what the general dress code recommendation is for the night of your reservation. (Children under 12 were not invited.) You will be reminded of it too on a formal reservation confirmation note and reminders of your seating on the day of your appointment. It is a lovely special evening of dining. On our 11 night night cruise, we booked on the 3rd. evening.
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Jacket and tie for the boys, party dresses for the girls.
As has been said so many times, ANY night is a good night.
However, if you're on a longer cruise and don't want to climb into a monkey suit three times, a really good choice is the "middle" formal night. That's because--as has been said--the coat and tie code prevails even if it's a formal night elsewhere. Plus, the middle formal night in the regular dining room is not much different from a regular evening except for the dress (nothing on fire, no marches, etc.)
Plus, if you happen to have a special occasion, that's always a nice time. They'll do cakes if you talk to the maitre d' in advance.