1. Though some people say arrive 5-10 minutes after your scheduled seating time, this can be very inconsiderate to your tablemates and servers as they try to serve everyone at the same time.
2. You may order anything you want off the menus. Your servers will be happy to mix and match menu items, even combining veggies from one entree with main course from others. You can also get multiples (more than one appetizer, main course, dessert, etc. so you can sample more things). If you like one of the sides on the entrees, but it’s not with the entre you are ordering, request that side and your server will bring a small dish of it out to you. Bring an appetite but try not to be wasteful.
3. If you do not want to get dressed up for your normal dinner seating – you can go to Topsider’s or Beach Blanket for a more relaxed meal. This is offered each night except the first and last of the cruise.
4. If you have something at a meal that you particularly like, ask for the recipe, your Head Server can usually get it for you.
5. If you speak with your head waiter you can preorder any dish from any of the menus and they will prepare it special for you. It must be done the night before, same thing if you have allergies and need to modify the way they prepare the dishes.
6. You can (try) to request a specific restaurant outside of your dining rotation and they will accommodate you if they have room (according to Mousesavers).
7. You can order off both the adult’s & kid’s menus.
8. Don’t hesitate to ask your server for a Mickey Bar for dessert (off the kid’s menu). They will be happy to deliver it to you. It comes in a bowl, covered with sprinkles!