Oasis - Specialty Restaurant Dress Codes on Formal Nights
On Celebrity on formal nights, there are some (not all) specialty restaurants that have smart casual as the dress code. Ons such is Tuscany.
What are the rules on Oasis for formal nights in specialty restaurants? Are there some of them that allow smart casual?
For the past several cruises we have opted out of formal nights. If we can, we go to a specialty restaurant; if not, we go to the buffet and have whatever, then go back to the solarium and relax. Hence the question.
Any information will be appreciated.
Smart casual is the order of the day :)
Thanks for the reply.
In looking at the definition of Smart Casual for RCCL, it indicates jackets for men. Yet on Celebrity, the definition for smart casual does not.
Has anyone worn a shirt with a collar and slacks to a specialty restuarant on formal night and had a problem being seated? On Celebrity, we have twice (on differnt ships) gone to Tuscany on formal night dressed according to the Celebrity definition, and been fine.
When we were on AOS in 2008, we dined at Sabatini's (I think that is the name of it) and I did not have a jacket. We were fine.
My sense is that we would be admitted and seated with no issue, and I am probably making more of this than it's worth, but.....
You will not run into any problems with a shirt and tie or a shirt and jacket no tie.
The Oasis and Allure are getting farther away from formal all the time.
When we were on the Allure we saw a lot of people wearing resort casual or just dress casual. We didn't see any jeans or shorts or anything like that.
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