Anyone know if Johnny Rockets charges for food on Mariner? I seem to remember seeing some posts regarding this when she first joined the fleet. Something about they charged, or were thinking of doing so, etc. We're sailing on her soon and that just popped into my head. Just wondering.
It's nice to do at least once unless you have have older kids who want to go on their own. We just got off the mariner and we went there for lunch and their were quite a bit teens. My 17 year old son liked to hang out there a couple of times with his friends.
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I have heard that if you eat food, it's all you can eat for the $3+ 'cover charge'. If you're only getting the floats, you're only charged the $3+ charge per float. I guess it used to be free (except for the floats) and now they've initiated the 'cover charge' as they do with their specialty restaurants.
Trust me...we have Johnny Rockets all over Los Angeles, and it is so not worth it since the burgers are free on the lido deck. Remember, all the meat on the ship is the same, so the free burgers are the same burgers. Now, what they REALLY need is an In & Out Burger. That would be worth it. Johnny Rockets is not anywhere near a great burger.
It's to bad that the CEO's back in florida have not discovered the Inn & Out Burger chain... If there were an Inn & Out Burger outlet on the ship, any ship, no one would go to the buffet.. They would all be at the Inn & Out.. OM
Here is another place where the can charge and make extra money.You are seeing more of this and we very well may see charges in the form of cover at many of the other shows or extra entertainment
Holland now charges for the speciality cofee when it used to be gratis.If they continue in this direction many will look at the all inclusive resorts in the CARRIBEAN as an alternative to the ever increasing cost of a cruise.