Dress code for Cabanas dinner

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  1. OMD13

    OMD13 Mouseketeer

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    Just wondering if short were allowed at Cabanas for dinner. We are considering going there one evening.
     
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  3. kcashner

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    The dress code is listed as "cruise casual." You will not be denied entrance in shorts. We can speculate all day as to whether or not this should be considered one of the dining rooms in the evening.
     
  4. PrincessShmoo

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    The DCL website says:

    Question
    What should I wear to dinner?
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    Dining Dress requirements vary by venue or theme night on your cruise. In general, most meals are "Cruise Casual"—no shorts, swimwear or tank tops. Most cruises also have special theme nights with additional attire requirements. Here's a breakdown of these events by cruise itinerary.

    On 3-night cruises:
    •One cruise casual night—no shorts, swimwear or tank tops
    •One pirate or tropical night (deck party)
    •One "dress-up night"—jacket for men, dress or pantsuit for women

    On 4-night cruises:
    •First night: cruise casual—no shorts, swimwear or tank tops
    •One pirate or tropical night (deck party)
    •One "dress-up night"—jacket for men, dress or pantsuit for women
    •Final night: cruise casual—no shorts, swimwear or tank tops

    On 7-night cruises:
    •First night: cruise casual—no shorts, swimwear or tank tops
    •Three additional "cruise casual" nights—no shorts, swimwear or tank tops
    •One pirate or tropical night (deck party)
    •One formal and one semi-formal night—formal wear for men: tuxedo or suit; for women: gown or dress; semi-formal wear for men: suit/jacket; for women: dress or pantsuit.

    Dress code at Palo on all cruises:
    •Men: dress pants and shirt or jacket
    •Women: dress or pantsuit
    •Please no jeans, shorts, capri pants, flip-flops or tennis shoes

    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.

    For cruises that request formalwear attire, Guests can pre-order tailored formalwear rentals and have it delivered directly to their staterooms upon arrival.


    The only specific locations with specific dress requirements are Palo & Remy. The rest of the "dress code" seems to address meals, not locations.
     
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  6. lilpooh108

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    Don't judge me but one day we were having a child-related issue (I think a last minute super poopy diaper change in the cabin) and so I went to the dining room first.

    My DH (who is super absent minded) came in about 10 minutes later wearing cargo shorts into Animator's. I glared at him, but no one said anything at all. He sat down and stayed down so no one noticed. So yea, I think generally you "can," but it's not polite since others will not be wearing shorts. It was Pirate Night so also more casual. I can't speak for Cabanas.
     
  7. ericw

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    I'm not proud of it, but I wore shorts, sneakers and an "Outlaw Apparel" T shirt (from Storage Wars) to dinner on formal night at Enchanted Garden on the Dream last April. That was the day we were in Nassau and got a little delayed because I wanted to check out the local Grocery store. I am fascinated by foreign grocery stores.
    We hemmed and hawed about "do we have enough time to change" but in the end just decided to go right to dinner from the pier. No one said anything and I really didn't feel that out of place. People weren't staring or pointing....
     

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