Record Type Assignments Restaurant

Tap Staff to set up or edit who can use TouchBistro and assign each staff member access to different aspects of the app and mirror their table/section assignments.

Chapter 1. Edit Staff Types

Before you create staff members, you need to create Staff Types. Staff Types are assigned certain security settings. Staff members assigned these staff types get the Staff Type security settings.

1. You can edit an existing staff type by tapping it.

2. If you want to create a new staff type based on an existing staff type, tap the Information icon associated with the existing staff type and tap Duplicate.

3. Tap the Add icon on the top right to create a whole new staff type.

4. If you’re creating a new Staff Type, enter a name for the Staff Type in the Name field (e.g., “Shift Supevisor”).

6. Enable or disable General Staff Permissions:



Can Access Accounts

If enabled, lets the staffer create accounts. Accounts are tabs (credit) you extend to customers and the customers settle at some later date. You should not give every staff member the ability to create accounts. You do not want, for example, wait staff creating accounts on the fly for their friends and extending them credit at your establishment.

Can Access Other Waiter Tables If Same Role

When disabled, staffers cannot access the tables of other staffers. If enabled, staffers can access other staffers tables as long as they have the same staff type set. For example, a staffer with a staff type of waiter can access any other table opened by a waiter.

Can Access Personal Register

If enabled, lets the staffer access their own personal POS register.

Can Access Point of Sale

If enabled, lets the staffer access the Point of Sale floor plan item.

Can Access Reservations

If enabled, lets the staffer access the Reservation option on the front end.

Can Access Takeout/Delivery

If enabled, lets the staffer access the Orders option on the front end.

Can Bypass Unsent Items When Using Fast Bar

If TouchBistro has been set up to warn the user of the cash register that items have not been sent to the kitchen printer, you can disable this warning for fast bar users.

Can Compose Messages

Gives the staff member the ability to compose messages in the messaging system.

Uses Bartender Printer

If enabled, when the staff member sends orders, menu items with a Drinks course setting will go to a designated Global Bartender Printer.


If enabled, limits a staff member’s ability to access TouchBistro. The staff member can only user the clock in/clock out function with his/her passcode on the login screen. This option should be set for staff members that don’t need to use TouchBistro as a POS or have any access to TouchBistro but you would still like to use TouchBistro to record their clocking in/clocking out.

Disable Reports (Blind Read)

Disables the ability for the server to see their shift reports. You might, for example, want to hide the ability of bartenders to see how much alcohol they’ve sold during their shift.

Enable Fast Bar on Point of Sale

When enabled, the staff member will always be in Fast Bar mode when accessing the Cash Register screen. The staff member will not be able to exit from Fast Bar mode until the Admin disables Enable Fast Bar on Point of Sale.

Note: bartenders using fast bar will not be prompted for forced modifiers.

Requires Recording of Cash Tips

If enabled, when the staff member clocks out, the staff member will be prompted to enter cash tips received during their shift.

Can Return Items and Access Negatively Priced Items

By default only a manager or admin can process a return. This gives a staff member access to this functionality.

Is Back of House

If enabled, employees assigned this staff type will be accounted for as back of the house staff on labor reports.

7. Enable all or some Manager Permissions if this staff type should be assigned to managerial staff accounts.



Can Access Reports

Allows the staff member to access TouchBistro reporting features.

Can Launch TouchBistro

If the Security setting Requires Passcode to Open Restaurant is enabled, staff members with this setting enabled have the rights to open the restaurant.

Can Manage Discounts

If enabled, the staff member does not have to seek authorization for discounts. As well, the staff member can approve other staff members’ discounts.

Can Manage Gratuity

If enabled, the staff member does not have to seek authorization to add an auto grat to a bill. As well, the staff member can approve other staff members’ auto grat additions.

Can Manage Orders

If enabled, the staff member does not need approval:

1. To resend items to the kitchen, delete takeout orders

2. Exclude tax from orders

3. Add items to an order that are marked out of stock

4. Add menu items that have been set for requiring manage approval

5. Delete items from an order if the Security setting that requires a manager passcode has been enabled. As well, this staff member can approve order deletes.

Note: You must enable this if you wish to give the staff type the ability to perform an End of Day.

Can Manage Payment Gateways

If enabled, the staff member can access the Payment Gateway options and close batches.

Can Manage Shifts

The staff member can adjust the clock in/clock out times for other staff members. The staff member can also delete shifts as well as edit cash tips claimed.

Can Manage Staff

If enabled, the staff member can force other staff members to clock out.

Note: You must enable this if you wish to give the staff type the ability to perform an End of Day.

Can Manage Voids

The staff member can authorize the voids of other staff members. As well, the staff member does not require approval to process his/her own voids.

Can Open Cash Drawer

If enabled, the staff member does not have to seek authorization to open the cash drawer. As well, the staff member can approve other staff members’ need to access the cash drawer.

Can Perform End of Day

Allows the staff member to close the business day and generate the end of day report. This option will be unavailable unless Can Manage Orders and Can Manage Staff are also enabled.

Can Receive System Notifications

If enabled, the user will receive system generated messages like out of stock warnings.

Can Manage Bills

If enabled, the staff member can refund bills under Bill/Guest Check History.

Can Manage Purchases

If enabled, the staff member can access the inventory Stocking & Tracking screen to add to/adjust an ingredient’s stock.

8. Tap Done/Save to save your changes.

9. Any edits you make to existing Staff Types will change the permissions given to staff members already assigned the edited staff type.

Note: if you change any of these settings, logged-in staff members will need to clock out and clock back in for the new settings to take effect.

Section 1. Enabling Pay In/Payout Rights

If you would like the staff type to have the ability to do payouts and pay ins, you can enable it in this bottom section.

1.Enable Can Perform Pay Ins and/or Can Perform Payouts.

2.If enabled, you can limit the maximum amount the staff type is allowed to payout or accept as a pay in. For example, you might set a bartender staff type to $75 and a manager staff type to $200.

Note: the Admin may do an unlimited pay in/payout amount.

See Also

Payouts Video Tutorial

Chapter 2. Edit Staff

After creating your staff types (e.g., waiter, bartender, shift supervisor, etc.) return to the main staff screen and tap Staff to create and manage accounts for your staff members.

The staff page gives you a quick way of seeing who has signed into their iPad and how long they have been signed in for. Slide Only show clocked in to the green position to filter your staff list to show only staffers currently signed into to an iPad.

Tap Current to see your currently employed staff. Tap Archived to see staff you’ve flagged as Archived (ex-staffers or seasonal).

Section 1. Admin Account

When you create your restaurant you will only have an Admin account (the one you’re using). There can only be one Admin account. It’s important not to do sales with your Admin account, as the Admin account does not generate a Shift Report and can lead to confusion about missing sales. As well, you should not use your Admin Account to make changes to your restaurant setup during service hours. Wait until you close your restaurant to make changes to menu items, prices, tax rates, and the like.

Tap the Admin account and tap Passcode to immediately change your passcode from the TouchBistro-supplied default to something unique. Note this new password down and keep it some place safe. If you lose your Admin password there is no easy way to recover it. You will need to contact TouchBistro technical support. Password recovering is a billable charge.

Section 2. Managing

After adding additional staff members, the Staff screen allows you to edit and manage those staff members.

Tap the Information icon next to a staff member to edit and manage his/her clockout status and messages.

Section 3. Clocking Out

Staff members should clock themselves out via the front end. However, if it’s obvious a staff member has not clocked out, tap the Information icon next to the staff member and select Clockout. TouchBistro will generate a Shift Totals report. Export it to CSV, email it, or print it if desired. Tap Done to complete the clock out.

Alternatively, you can tap Force Clockout All Staff to clock out all staff members (for example at the end of the night).

Section 4. Viewing Messages

Admin users can access received and sent messages of all staff by accessing Admin | Staff & Hours and tapping the Information icon associated with the staff member.

Admin users can tap on the Information icon associated with the Admin account and send out messages as the Admin.

Section 5. Adjust Clockin Time

It’s not uncommon for staff members to clock in some time after they started their work shift. And it is easy to forget adjusting the shifts hours later when the staffer clocks out. Use Adjust Clockin Time to set the start time during the staffer’s shift. Use the time wheels to set the correct clock-in time and tap Done.

Section 6. Adding a Staff Member

Note: Once you add a staff member, you cannot delete it. However, you can archive inactive staff members using the staff member’s Archive option.

1. Tap the Add icon on the top right to add a new staff member.

2. Complete the Edit Staff screen.

3. The Display Name/Alias field is used to display the waiter name on the guest check. We suggest only entering a first name or first name and last initial to protect the privacy of your wait staff. Display Name/Alias must be unique. No two staff members can share the same Display Name/Alias.

4. Complete the First Name and Last Name fields so you can maintain the actual name of your employee on file. The first and last names entered here are not exposed on customer facing guest checks.

5. Phone and Email fields help Admins and Managers maintain employee contact information on the iPad.

6. If you want to give staff members a discount when they are ordering food for themselves, enter the percentage discount in the Staff Discount field.

7. If a staff member prefers to have the menu on the right side of the Order screen, you can enable Right Hand Mode.

8. Tap SetPasscode to assign the staffer a passcode login. The passcode must be unique. Passcodes can be a minimum of 1 number, although for security purposes, you should create passcodes at least 4 numbers in length.

9. Tap View/edit Shifts to view the staff member’s clock in/clock out times (or edit them) as well as view the staff member’s end of shift read. If you manually edit a shift, TouchBistro will indicated the shift was modified, by whom, and when.

10. Tap Manage QR Code to associate a QR code with this staff member. You can print out the QR Code and let a staff member sign into TouchBistro via the QR Code instead of entering the pass code. If you want to email the QR code, ensure this iPad has an Internet connection and you’ve setup the iPad’s own email app. See this document for a tutorial on using QR Codes.

11. TouchBistro will default to a unique color to represent which tables are being served by this staffer. Tap Assign Color for Tables to pick a new color. Tap Save to select the color.

12. Tap Assign Default Table/Point of Sale/Floorplan if you want TouchBistro upon login of this staffer to immediately display a specific table, point of sale, or floor. You might have TouchBistro immediately open a table or point of sale if the staffer is logging into an iPad fixed as a terminal.

13. Tap Staff Type to set this employee’s staff type.

14. If you want this staff member to be able to log in under different roles, tap all appropriate Staff Types, When you set a Staff Type, TouchBistro sets the general and managerial permissions (listed at the bottom of the screen) based on the how they were set for the Staff Type. If the staffer is set for multiple staff types, the general and managerial permissions will be set based on the Staff Type the staffer selects upon clock-in.

15. Tap an Information icon to set the staff member’s Hourly Rate of Pay when they are logged in as that staff type. Values entered here are used in a labor reports. For reporting purposes, changes to the pay are reported on a “go forward” basis. If you later change the rate of pay, TouchBistro will not retroactively adjust pay values on previous labor reports. Pay will be calculated at the new rate the next time the staff member clocks in.

16. Enable Archive Staff Member if you need to temporarily disable the staffer’s access (for example, the staffer is on vacation or seasonal staff) or want to disable access for an ex staffer but want to retain their data for future record keeping.

17. Finally, tap Done/Save to return to the Staff List screen.

Chapter 3. Add a Manager Staff Type and Manager Staff Member

It’s advisable not use the Admin profile for day-to-day operations. So make sure you create a Staff Type for yourself and possibly for other for staff members with all or most of the managerial permissions enabled. For example, you may want to create a “Manager” Staff Type with all the Manager Permissions enabled and then assign that Staff Type to the staff member accounts you want to sign off on voids, run reports, and perform all end of day type duties like an admin profile.

When you create a new restaurant, TouchBistro adds a Staff Type called Manager.

The Manager staff type has all Manager Permissions turned on.

As well the Manager staff type has two General Permissions turned on: Can Access Accounts and Can Return Items and Access Negative Priced Items.

After you review these setting, return to the Staff page and tap Staff.

Open an existing Staff account or create a new one. You should assign this Manager staff type to at least one Staff profile. Assign a Name, a Passcode, and tap Staff Types. Select the Manager staff type. Tap Done/Save to save this staff profile.

See Also

Video – Setting Up Your Floor Plan and Staff

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Disney Cruise Line Dining and Restaurants

Disney Cruise Line Dining Overview

The Disney Cruise Line boasts a unique approach to Cruise Dining. The rotational dining system allows guests to enjoy each of the three themed restaurants on board each Disney cruise ship. One of the best parts of cruising is trying different cuisines.  Don't be afraid to try something new!  If you don't like it, your server can get you something else (or bring you more if you love it!).

When you get your Key To The World Card, you'll notice a series of letters. This is your dining assignment. For example, if you have ARE, your rotation will be Animator's Palate, Royal Court and Enchanted Garden. On a longer cruise, you will visit the same restaurants again, but the theme and menu will be different.  Your assigned seating time, restaurant schedule and table number will follow you for the duration of your Disney cruise.

On your first night, you will be introduced to your Server and Assistant Server (they will follow you from restaurant to restaurant each evening).  You will be amazed at how attentive the wait staff can be - don't be surprised if they learn all your names right away (and even what you prefer to drink and how you like your food prepared!).

Main seating on the Disney cruise ships is at 5:45 pm and Second seating is at 8:15 pm.  The evening show or entertainment will normally be run twice, so you will be able to attend no matter which dining seating time you have.

Special summer sailings (including Alaskan and Mediterranean sailings) may have dinner at 6:00 and 8:30 pm. On the 7 night Disney cruise, you'll dine in each of the three themed restaurants at least twice. On the 3 night Disney cruise you will have the opportunity to dine in each restaurant once, and on the 4 night Disney Cruise you'll repeat one restaurant. Adults 18 and over on all of the Disney cruises may make reservations for Palo or Remy, the adults-exclusive restaurants. Keep in mind that if you make a dinner reservation at Palo's or Remy while on board the 3 night cruises you will miss the opportunity to dine at one of the restaurants in the regular dining rotation.

Seating Assignments and Requests: 

You will most likely be sitting with other passengers at dinner.  Private tables for your party can be requested but cannot be guaranteed, but part of the fun of cruising is meeting new people!  So, don't be shy - you might just make new friends and meet interesting people.

Be sure to request your preferred seating time and table size when you make your cruise reservation. Disney Cruise Line will do their best to accommodate you. You can also ask to be waitlisted for the dining time you prefer. If for some reason you don't get what you requested, there is a time and place listed on your Personal Navigator on Embarkation Day where you can make dining changes once onboard.

If you are traveling with a group you can have your reservations linked by Disney so that you are seated at the same table. They may be able to combine tables for a large group that wish to dine together. Disney or your travel agent will be able to help with this. You will be seated with the same people at your table for every night of your cruise. If you aren’t going to be dining in the dining rooms, you should notify your server.

Disney Cruise Line Restaurants


(Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream, Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)

There are TV screens on the walls around the restaurant and the Finding Nemo characters will visit the tables to chat with guests during "Undersea Magic".  Guests will also experience "Animation Magic", an interactive dinner show that will involve the guests in the animation shown during the meal. Guests are invited to draw Disney characters on placemats when they first come into the restaurant; servers will collect the completed drawings, which later show up as animation on screens around the room. The guests' names will be shown and they will later receive their drawings back with a special animator's stamp added. The show uses special Disney-created software to bring the drawings to life, along with a brand-new musical score and never-before-seen scenes from Disney films.



(Disney Magic)


NOTE: [Formerly Carioca's. Read more]



Step into the ballroom of the royal castle and join in the joyful celebration of Rapunzel's birthday. You'll be entertained by a joyous band of musicians, the mischievous Snuggly Duckly Thugs, and Princess Rapunzel herself!


(Disney Magic)
This restaurant is found on the Disney Magic. As the name implies, the theme is Beauty and the Beast. The elegant decor makes this the most formal of the three main restaurants.


(Disney Wonder)


Experience southern charm at Tiana's Place, inspired by the film The Princess and the Frog.  Live jazz music will accompany the New Orleans-style specialty dishes. 


(Disney Wonder)
The Disney Wonder's equivalent of Lumiere's and themed after Disney's Little Mermaid. The decor is upscale.


(Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy) Enchanted Garden serves breakfast, lunch and dinner as a Main Dining restaurant. During the daytime meals, the ceiling is a bright blue sky. For the evening meal, the Enchanted Garden transforms itself from day to night with a starry sky full of constellations. The decor is made to feel like you are eating in the famous gardens of Versailles, France. You are surrounded by white trellises, arches and landscape artwork. Lighting becomes part of the artwork, with the fixtures designed like glass flowers and light posts lining the center aisle. The glass flowers "bloom" at night and become colorful, as the rest of the gardens open as well. The centerpiece is a seven-foot tall fountain with a Mickey Mouse statue in the center.



(Disney Dream) Royal Palace is a Main Dining restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.  The decor is inspired by classic Disney Princess films. 

(Disney Fantasy) This restaurant serves French-inspired, continental cuisine and is inspired by the classic Disney films Cinderella, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Beauty and the Beast and Sleeping Beauty. Designed to look like a palace, some of the features include a whimsical chandelier, lighting fixtures made to look like Cinderella's Carriage, mosaic tile murals of the princesses and hidden images of glass slippers, apples, roses and tiaras.

(Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Wonder, Disney Magic)

With its 270-degree ocean view from high atop the ship on Deck 10, Palo has the loveliest view of all restaurants on the ship. Palo is adults 18 and over only, and reservations are required. This restaurant features outstanding Northern Italian cuisine prepared to order.

Guests may only book ONE dinner at Palo in advance, however for guests that make an online reservation for a Palo Dinner for the very first night of their Disney cruise, they may also reserve a second Palo and/or Remy on one other night during their cruise.

The view from Palo is spectacular due to the restaurant’s location on the ship, but please keep in mind that the view is only “viewable” before sunset. Around the perimeter of Palo is a walkway, which at night is illuminated by bright lights. After sunset, the only things visible from Palo are those bright lights and a reflection of the interior of the restaurant. We would certainly not let this deter us from taking an available reservation at a later time, but we like to let guests know that an earlier reservation is often easier to get and offers the addition of the spectacular view and sunset.  A new feature on the Dream and Fantasy is the option to dine outside on Palo's private teak deck.

Because your server does not follow you to this restaurant, a $30 cover charge per person is applied. In addition to dinner, Palo brunch (Palo Brunch Photos ) is served at Palo on days at sea.

A tasting menu is available at Palo - "Esperienza del Vino".  This five-course dinner will be paired with Italian wines. The cost is $59 above the standard Palo charge.  The menu is subject to change.

Dress code: Guests are asked to "preserve the ambiance of this fine dining venue.  Dress pants, slacks and collared shirts are recommended for men and a dress, skirt or pants and a blouse are recommended for women. Jeans may also be worn if in good condition (no holes). Please no tank tops, swimsuits, swimsuit cover-ups, shorts, hats, cut-offs, torn clothing, t-shirts with offensive language and/or graphics, flip-flops or tennis shoes."

Palo on the Disney Dream

(Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy)

This adults-only premier dining location is on the Disney Dream and Fantasy. The French-inspired restaurant is named Remy, after the star of the hit film, "Ratatouille" and uses seasonal ingredients from around the world.

Guests may only book ONE dinner at Remy in advance, however for guests that make an online reservation for a Remy Dinner for the very first night of their Disney cruise, they may also reserve a second Palo and/or Remy on one other night during their cruise.

Chef Arnaud Lallement from l'Assiette Champenoise, a Michelin two-star restaurant in France, and Chef Scott Hunnel from Walt Disney World's signature restaurant Victoria & Albert's have teamed up to create the new menu. Dinner starts with a signature chilled Champagne cocktail and features eight or nine small courses. Remy has ocean views from its top deck location and is decorated in Art Nouveau style. Images of the character Remy are hidden throughout the design. This meal has an $95 fee, plus $99 if you want wine pairings with your meal.  Brunch is $60 per person.

Several different dining experiences being offered include: tasting opportunity, dessert experience, seasonal truffle menu, and caviar selections.
Petites Assiettes de Remy - Guests will travel through the restaurant and sample the "tastes of Remy," small plates of the food and wine.  Only available the first evening of each cruise, this six-course experience is hosted by the Executive Chef and Sommelier. The evening begins in the wine room, the next four courses are served in the main dining room and the dessert is served in the Chef's Table dining room.
Pompidou's Patisseries Dessert Experience - Guests onboard the Disney Fantasy will have the opportunity to tast a variety of desserts crafted by Remy's Executive Pastry Chef. Begin in the Chef's Table dining room, Chez Gusteau, then move to the main dining room to taste six different desserts. Offered on sea days on the Disney Fantasy. $55 per person, includes one complimentary glass of Champagne, wine or a cocktail.
Truffle Collection - On the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream from November through February, a special menu will be available featuring white Alba and black Perigord truffles in a six-course menu.  $250 per person.
Caviar selections - A-la-carte caviar options on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy include farm-raised varieties of Osetra and Sevruga caviars from regions in France and Russia. Served with champagne. $99-$360 for 1-ounce.

Dress code at Remy on all cruises:

  • A tuxedo or jacket (sports or suit jacket) is required with dress pants for men. Ties are optional.
  • A cocktail dress, pant suit or skirt/blouse is required for women.
  • Please no jeans, shorts, capri pants, flip-flops or tennis shoes



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Casual Dining Options

Guests have a few options for casual dining options.  Each ship has a buffet that is open for breakfast and lunch.  The main dining restaurants are also open for breakfast and lunch.  There is open seating for these meals, meaning you can eat in any restaurant and at any table you choose. 24-hour room service is also available.

(Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)

Cabanas is a Casual Dining restaurant that serves fresh food favorites.  You have the option of eating indoors or outdoors on the pool deck.  Cabanas is a buffet that also serves a few made-to-order food choices for breakfast and lunch. At dinner, the restaurant becomes a table-service dining room serving Main Dining specialties. Cabanas is most easily accessible from the Aft elevators.

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Counter Service Options

For quick and easy fast food on the Disney Wonder and Disney Magic, Pinocchio's Pizzeria, Daisy's De-Lites, Pete's Boiler Bites (only on the Disney Magic), and Scoops serve pizza and hot dogs, burgers, chicken fingers, wraps, ice cream, fresh fruit, etc. at various times each day. There is also a milk, water, soft drinks, lemonade, tea and coffee station (Joffrey's brand) on Deck 9 aft that is available most of the time each day.

(Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy)

Guests looking for a quick bite to eat on the Dream or Fantasy can visit Flo's V8 Café, located near Donald's Pool on Deck 11. Themed to popular characters from "Cars" – Luigi's Pizza, Tow Mater's Grill and Fillmore's Favorites – this quick-service option serves snacks such as burgers, chicken tenders, pizza, fresh fruit, salads and sandwich wraps.

(Disney Dream,Disney Fantasy, Disney Magic)
Frozen sweet treats are available from two quick-service venues located near Donald's Pool on Deck 11. Frozone Treats – named after the ice-creating superhero in the "The Incredibles" – mixes fruit smoothies. Eye Scream – inspired by Mike Wazowski from "Monsters, Inc." – offers softserve ice cream with plenty of favorite sundae toppings.


(Disney Dream)

This Wreck-It Ralph-inspired shop offers hand-scooped gelato, fresh waffle cones, baked treats, and candy. Additional fees apply to the items in this shop.  Vanellope's is attached to Cabanas and replaced the arcade.


Themed Disney Cruise Dinners

The Disney Cruise ships offer a "Pirates IN the Caribbean" evening! A pirate-themed dinner is followed by a deck party featuring Captain Hook, Captain Jack Sparrow or Captain Mickey. Guests are welcome to wear pirate attire if they'd like.

The Disney Dream will have a few additions to the evening that aren't available on the other ships.  Captain Jack Sparrow will host "Club Pirate", a high-tech dance party on the deck.  "Buccaneer Blast" is a new fireworks spectacular that is synced with music and includes even more fireworks than in the past!

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Disney Cruise Line Dining Dress Code

Disney Cruise Line has a "Cruise Casual" dress code for evening dining.  As part of the "Cruise Casual" policy, it is asked that you do not wear tank tops or swim wear to the dining rooms. Shorts and jeans are allowed.

On the 3- and 4-night cruises you will have one night that is designated "Optional Dress-up (Semi-Formal)". It is suggested that gentleman wear a shirt and tie and ladies either a dress or pantsuit. 7-Night cruises will also have a "Formal" night.  Many men will wear suits and women will wear a formal dress.

As noted above, Palo and Remy have their own dress policy.

"Pirate Night" is a popular event on the Disney Cruise ships.  Guests are encouraged to wear pirate attire to dinner - some even go all out and wear full pirate costumes!

While the schedule is subject to change, here is what you can expect:

Western Caribbean:

NightPortDress Code
SaturdayPort CanaveralCasual
SundayCosta MayaCasual
MondayDay at SeaFormal
TuesdayGrand Cayman Casual
WednesdayCozumel Pirate Theme
Thursday Day at SeaSemi-Formal
FridayCastaway CayCasual

Eastern Caribbean:

NightPortDress Code
SaturdayPort CanaveralCasual
SundayDay at SeaFormal
MondayDay at SeaCasual
TuesdaySt. MaartenPirate Theme
WednesdaySt. Thomas Casual
Thursday Day at SeaSemi-Formal
FridayCastaway CayCasual

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Disney Cruise Line Room Service


As part of your cruise package, all meals on board are included in your package price.  This includes 24-hour room service.  Unlike your main meals, however, soda is extra.  The following is a list of items available through room service.  This is, of course, subject to change, but it should give you a good idea of what to expect from Room Service.  **PLEASE NOTE that while food is free, gratuities are allowed.  The room service waiters are not part of your regular wait staff and will not be included in your "end of cruise" tipping.  Keeping a couple single dollar bills in a desk drawer allows you to tip the room service waiter at the time of service.  You can also charge the tips to your onboard account.

Your choice of the following, delivered at 7, 7:30, 8, 8:30, 9, 9:30, or 10am
Juices: Orange, Apple, Grapefruit
Breads & Pastries: Danish pastries, Fruit & Bran Muffins, Croissants, doughnuts, White/Whole Wheat Toast, English Muffin, Bagel
Assorted Jams, Honey, Butter, Margarine
Cold Cereals: Served with Whole or Skim Milk; Corn Flakes, Raisin Bran, Rice Krispies, Froot Loops, KOs, Frosted Flakes, Low-Fat Granola
Beverages: Whole/Skim Milk, Chocolate Milk, 100% Columbian Coffee, Decaf, Assortment of Teas

Appetizers, Soups and Salads
All Hands on Deck cheese platter
Caesar Salad

Greek Salad

Mixed Garden Salad

Grilled Salmon Salad

Creamy Tomato Soup
Chicken Noodle Soup

Fresh Fruit Bowl
Freshly Made-to-Order Sandwiches (served with coleslaw and potato chips)

New York Steak Panini

Tomato, Basil and Mozzarella Panini

Grilled Cheddar Cheese Sandwich
All American Fare
Hot Dog

Crispy Chicken Tenders
Grilled Macaroni and Cheese
Buffalo Chicken Wings
Pepperoni Pizza

Cake at Sea (Ask the stateroom service team for daily cake selections)
Key Lime Pie

Chocolate Chip Cookie
Oatmeal Raisin Cookie
M&M's (14 oz)
Buttered Popcorn (5.5 oz)
Salted Peanuts (4.5 oz)

Salted Cashews (5.5 oz)
Wines and Beverages Packages

Buy 5, get the 6th free

Package 1:
6 Domestic Beers (Budweiser, Bud Light, Coors Light or Miller Light)
Package 2:
6 Imported Beers (Heineken, Amstel Light, Beck's or Corona)
Package 3:
3 Imported and 3 Domestic
Package 4:
Choice of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, ginger ale, or orange soda
Package 5:
6 Bottled Waters (20 oz Dasani or 16 oz. Evian)
Package 6:
24 Bottled Waters (20 oz bottles of Dasani - buy 20 and get 4 extra free)

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