Palo Brunch?

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  1. mickeyschickie

    mickeyschickie Disney Commando in Laid-back Mom disguise...heh he

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    Are jackets required @ brunch also?
     
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  3. lorimay

    lorimay DIS Veteran

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    No.
    My husband wore Dockers and a collared shirt.

    Enjoy!
     
  4. hmangus

    hmangus Mouseketeer

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    I would like to know this too!
     
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    A jacket is never required in Palo. One is required in Remy.
     
  7. heastonfam

    heastonfam Earning My Ears

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    Thank you for the info! I'm still on the fence trying to decide if it's worth it...
     
  8. PrincessShmoo

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    I would do Palo brunch every cruise if I could. ::yes::

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  9. Mtinkerbell5189

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    Has anyone ever been able to do palo brunch several times? How long does it normally take?
     
  10. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala <font color=red>1937, what a year that was<br><fon Moderator

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    I've done Palo brunch twice on two different cruises. Give it a couple of hours.

    Jackets are not required at lunch. Shorts and blue denim will not be permitted though.
     
  11. aymekae

    aymekae Ayme of the Southern Isles

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    I would book Palo brunch every day if I could and my DH would let me. I've only done it once, but it was so hard to have so much food that I couldn't even try because there was simply not enough room in my tummy. I'm sure it took us about 1 1/2 hrs. I wore white capris and a blouse. DH wore khaki pants and a short sleeve button down collared shirt. We weren't the most dressed up, but we weren't the least, either.
     
  12. ratt1345

    ratt1345 Always wishing I was Disney cruisin'!!!

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    DW and I have done brunch every cruise. It is so relaxing and definitely well worth the cost and time. The wait staff is so attentive. Have fun!!!
     
  13. Thnlk

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    On our last cruise we did Palo brunch twice and 1 dinner. We booked them when we got on board
     

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