That’s right! We’re goin’ on the Dream!
The Disney Dream is the Disney Cruise Line’s newest cruise ship, and Disney Food Blog has been invited to sail on its Christening Cruise next week! I look forward to sharing all the best tidbits with you, from the brand new restaurants and lounges on the ship to the eats on Castaway Cay!
I even fully expect to take some advice from the DFB facebook fans about their favorite DCL eats! 🙂
What Can You Expect to Hear About?
There are six main restaurants on the Dream — all of them either brand new to the Disney Cruise Line or newly re-imagined for this particular ship. This includes Remy, the Dream’s second adults-only restaurant, which is being touted as a bit of a Victoria and Albert’s at sea.
While I’m not sure yet which restaurants I’ll have the privilege of dining in, I can promise you I’ll do my best to give you a solid overview (and as many details as possible) of the dining opportunities on the Disney Dream and on Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island in the Bahamas.
Of course, there are plenty of other places to nosh and sip around the ship, including several lounges, room service, and more. I pledge to fill my memory card many times over in the course of our 3 days on the ship and share with you ASAP!
Now, I know I have tons of questions about the ship’s restaurants and food, and I bet you do, too. Feel free to connect with me on twitter and facebook with topics you’d like to hear about, questions you have, etc. I’ll get to work on covering as much of it as I can next week!
We’ll be sailing away on the 19th, so get ready for some in-depth eats at sea! In the mean-time — here’s a video showing off some of the detailed construction that went into the ship’s restaurants…
This two-night cruise was complimentary as part of a Disney-produced media event, which brought news, radio, internet, and television media together to see the new ship (disclosure policy). The opinions here are my own, and I’m never obligated to provide a positive review of any meal or restaurant.