Question about Formal night attire?

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  1. jel0511

    jel0511 DIS Veteran

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    O.K. Here's my question. DH really doesn't want to wear a suit or bring for that matter on the cruise. I can't blame him, since he works for an investment bank and wears a suit for 14 hours a day!!! Anyway, our plans for the formal and semi-formal nights were to go to Palo's one of the nights and then Topsiders for the other. Now, if we do Palo's on a formal night, would we have to be formal, or would we just have to adhere to Palo's normal dress code? Neither of the formal and semi-formal menus really excite us, since we both HATE lobster.
     
  2. Michelle

    Michelle <font color=darkgreen><i>"It's like Lord of the Fl

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    If you go to Palo you would just follow the Palo dress code, which is jackets suggested for men. :) That is the dress code every night in Palo, regardless of the events in the main dining rooms.
     
  3. FOJMO

    FOJMO <font color=red>If English is the official languag

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    The formal night is the only night that offers Lobster and it, by no means, is the ONLY thing on the menu. There is a variety of selections, including Filet Mignon.

    But to each his own...
     

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