Pirates Night is a festive evening on board the Disney Cruise Line that boasts an evening featuring a pirate-themed dinner, deck party, and topped off by fireworks. The menu served at dinner is the same in all of the table service restaurants in your rotation, so no matter where you dine, you won’t be missing out (although Dream & Fantasy’s Animator’s Palate gets a bit of a makeover – click the link for our friend Shalon’s photos! You can check out more items that my family shot here.)
Our meal happened to be at Royal Palace on the Dream for our Pirate Night. Matt wanted to enjoy a drink at dinner, but none of the themed cocktails really stood out to him. He instead ordered the ship’s Drink of the Day, the Bahama Mama, which wasn’t the first one of the day that either of us ordered!
I ordered myself the Pirate’s Nest, a combination of Sparkling Sweet Wine, Malibu Rum and Green Apple Pucker. The drink is definitely strong, and there wasn’t much Pucker in the drink apart from an ever-so-slight green tint. It was definitely more on the sweet side.
Bread service came with stadard dinner rolls along with Johnny Cake with a Pigeon Pea Relish.