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Cond1108
10-23-2012, 06:32 AM
Can you go to Meridian lounge for adults even if you don't book a reservation at Palo or Remy? If so what should you wear there?!!

AnotherPrincess
10-23-2012, 06:53 AM
Can you go to Meridian lounge for adults even if you don't book a reservation at Palo or Remy? If so what should you wear there?!!

Yes, but it still follows the Palo dress code.

KTills
10-23-2012, 08:33 AM
Can you go to Meridian lounge for adults even if you don't book a reservation at Palo or Remy? If so what should you wear there?!!

Yes, and I agree with previous post that they say to follow Palo dress code, although we did see some folks in there dressed more 'casually'. It is one of our favorite bars. They have the outdoor deck -- we loved standing there as we pulled away from CC. It was just me and DH all alone back there - very cool to watch. Also, it's a great place to watch the fireworks. Not crowded, no kids (our DS is scared of fireworks so he goes to the kids club during that!). DH and I hit the Meridian deck to watch them - relaxing!

lpizzuro123
10-23-2012, 09:16 AM
Wow, thanks for asking this, and thanks for the answers. I was going to post this question but now I do not need to.

Linda

eva
10-23-2012, 09:24 AM
Not only does it follow Palo's dress code, but it is only for those 18 and older too. And as far as dress code, we did see a server approach a group in shorts and the group then left. Not sure what the server said, but the group was seated and then they were gone. This was on the Fantasy.

Disneylovebirds
10-23-2012, 11:36 AM
The only time I saw casual dress code was when one of those behind the scenes tours stopped there for a few minutes

BealsRwe
10-26-2012, 09:25 AM
During the day, before dinner, when it was open the dress code was more casual. We venture there for pre-dinner martinis. Try the strawberry balsamic martini. Great for after dinner drinks too.