Guy’s Burger Joint – Carnival Cruise Line
Found on most Carnival Cruise Line Ships, this burger joint was inspired by Food Network star Guy Fieri. Sit by the pool and enjoy burgers fresh from the grill with unique toppings. The best part, Guy’s is free.
Tuscan Grill – Celebrity Cruise Line
The Tuscan Grill is an Italian Steakhouse featuring a menu with your choice of steak, seafood and pasta. One of the unique features of the restaurant is the wall of glass giving you a spectacular view.
Reservations are required and a fee of $49 per person will be charged.
Pinnacle Grill – Holland America Line
You will find this Pacific Northwest inspired dining experience on all of Holland Americas ships. The menu features hand selected aged beef and fresh seafood. The Pinnacle Grill makes for a great romantic evening or place to celebrate a special occasion. Once per cruise (or once per week on longer sailings), the Pinnacle Grill transforms into An Evening at Le Cirque, featuring dishes and wine selections from Sirio Maccioni's famous New York restaurant of the same name.
Reservations are required in advance for dinner and lunch can be made on board. The charge for lunch is $10 per person and $29 per person for dinner. For Evening at Le Cirque, the charge is $49 per person.
Ocean Blue – Norwegian Cruise Line
This upscale dining venue emphasizes on seafood and features main dishes like black sea bass, monkfish, salmon, and scallops. You can also enjoy a raw bar featuring crustations and wine by the glass.
Reservations are not required but recommended. Fee is $39 per person.
Remy – Disney Cruise Line
Named after the rat from the movie “Ratatouille”. This elegant restaurant features great dishes like smoked bison and Alaskan king crab cannelloni. You will get excellent service and rich French fare.
Reservations are required for dinner either in advance or onboard. At $85 per person, Remy is the most expensive restaurant at sea.
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