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We're planning dinner reservations for our upcoming November cruise.  We have 3 meals each of specialty dining.  My wife is a very picky eater, and I'm not sure how much she'll be able to eat at any of the specialty restaurants.


Is there any problem with us going to a specialty restaurant and then going to the MDR together later if she didn't like anything?  Has anyone ever tried this before?

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35 minutes ago, TheDuckmom said:

And then, after the MDR you can hit the buffet! Two dinners? No problem. Nobody is going to say, “ but you already ate at....” you can eat all day long if you would like.

...and there are lots of passengers who appear to do just that.

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We once did an early dinner at Cagneys, saw a show, stopped in Taste for dessert, popped into the Garden cafe just before they closed & got some seafood (it was Seafood Night in the Garden that night) went to a second show then went to O'Sheehans for wings & other stuff.


Yeah, I DID gain a bit of weight on THAT cruise...😲

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"Food" for thought, on the 23rd sailing we were at the main dining rooms and as they swiped couple in the noted they had reservations at a specialty dining and asked them to cancel.  Perhaps you can do special then main, but not the other way around, of course the buffet and O'Sheehan's is always available.  



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I plan on doing his myself in 2 weeks on the POA. We have reservations for the french restaurant, and I'm not sure I'll be happy with a lot of the options there. If I'm still hungry, I plan on hitting the buffet for a regular good old burger & fries.

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