Disney Cruise Line Reveals a Revised Adult Restaurant Dress Code

Beginning today, Disney Cruise Line has an updated dress code for their adult-exclusive restaurants. The dress code update applies to Remy, Enchanté, the Meridian and the Rose, and follows that of other adult-exclusive restaurants, including Palo.

Adult-exclusive restaurants aboard Disney Cruise Line ships are elegant dining experiences. Guests are requested to dress in a manner consistent with the restaurant’s sophistication.

Formal or semi-formal attire is recommended. Dress casual attire with a polished look is permitted (such as dress pants, jeans in good condition, collared shirts and blouses and lifestyle shoes). Clothing such as T-shirts, swimwear and sports attire is not permitted.

Previous Dress Codes

Below is a sample of the previous dress code for the venues on the Disney Wish in March 2022. While specific to the Wish, the dress codes for Palo and Enchanté / Remy were listed similar for the other ships.

Palo Steakhouse dress code is as follows:

  • Men: Dress pants/slacks and collared shirt is recommended. Jeans may also be worn if in good condition (no holes).
  • Women: Dress, pants or skirt/blouse is recommended. Jeans may also be worn if in good condition (no holes).

Enchanté brunch and dessert dress code is as follows:

  • Men: Dress pants and a shirt are required for men. A jacket is optional. Please no jeans, shorts, capri pants, sandals, flip-flops or tennis shoes.
  • Women: A dress or pantsuit is required. Please no jeans, shorts, capri pants, sandals, flip-flops or tennis shoes.

Enchanté dinner dress code is as follows:

  • Men: A jacket (such as a sports, suit or tuxedo jacket) is required, with dress pants/slacks and shoes. Ties are optional. Please no jeans, shorts, sandals, flip-flops or tennis shoes.
  • Women: Cocktail dress, evening dress, pant suit or skirt/blouse is required. Please no jeans, shorts, capri pants, sandals, flip-flops or tennis shoes.

15 Replies to “Disney Cruise Line Reveals a Revised Adult Restaurant Dress Code”

  1. Ali West

    “Formal or semi formal recommended” should not be in the same dress code as jeans and a collared shirt. What a joke!

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  2. CJ

    So Remy will be less formal… I’m not in love with this idea. I was horrified to see someone wearing a baseball cap at Palo brunch.

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    1. R

      While I believe this goes against Palo’s dress code, why did that horrify you? How did what this other person was wearing in anyway affect your enjoyment of your Palo portion of your cruise?

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        1. R

          appalled /əˈpôld/ adjective – greatly dismayed or horrified

          How does anyone’s clothing affect your enjoyment of your vacation. Take care of you and yours and don’t be so ridiculously judgmental.

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  3. Pierre

    Sounds a bit like : since this shift from an almost complimentary experience into a revenue stream, we do not want to miss a single sale…

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  4. SDS

    It’s about time to.
    Fed up of seeing people strolling in wearing beach ware
    When so much effort goes into making it a pleasurable experience only to be spoilt by clowns walking in with shorts and vests
    Lowers the tone

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  5. Mike

    Amazingly, what other guests are wearing has yet to affect the taste of my meal or the service I receive. Imagine that! I enjoy the upscale environment, and I like dressing up for this experience. But if someone else feels comfortable wearing their Nikes and jeans, it’s just not going to ruin my brunch in the least.

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  6. Larry

    This is not even a dress code at all, just a few random vague suggestions. Is there a dress code or isn’t there one? “Polished look”, “lifestyle shoes”, “consistent with the restaurant’s sophistication”? Give us an actual dress code or let us where anything we want.

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  7. S

    The amount of weird and just crazy judgment from DCL guests here and on the various FB DCL pages is just mind boggling. Not once has any item of anyone’s clothing in any way ever affected even a single part of any vacation I’ve been on, including DCL cruises. Focus on yourself – what others do is of no consequence to you or your vacation.

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    1. Pierre

      Ah ! Tolerance & kindness on social media… Mostly a wrong place to look for it.

      IMHO I think you overlook the implied contract of some social events.
      You don’t dress up every day but for a fancy restaurant, concert or theater you do.
      It is expected from you if you choose to attend.

      People took a little effort to built a nice place, employee or artists have a costume to perform their skills, and you don’t want to make a slight effort ?
      It shows, for me, almost a lack of respect for the others work.

      I understand it can annoyed other customers as you bring every day life that partly ruin the “special” at this particular place or time.
      For them you took a part of people theater or people watching.

      Goof news is to each his own, Cunard is very formal. I would love to cruise with them someday but i will need to improve my dressing skills a lot.
      On the other hand I heard Virgin don’t give a dam about dressing…

      As a matter of fact I like the balance of DCL : Cruise casual, with a little dress up required for diner.
      I applaud those that goes full on evening gown for formal night while I try to not look too ill dressed.

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      1. S

        We have a social contract to be kind and at the absolutely minimum, *civil*, to each other. Nothing more, nothing less. I don’t give one whit what someone wears to a restaurant or a store or wherever on land or at sea. I’ve worn anything from a floor length ball gown to yoga pants on formal nights (which I might add are *optional*) and we’ve always adhered to the dress codes for the adult dinning. DCL makes the rules as to what is acceptable – people getting worked up because DCL doesn’t have the rules they want is just crazy. As you said – the good news is to each their own – anyone can go as big as they want or as comfortable as they want (provided DCL dress codes are adhered to) at any time. It is each person’s vacation that they spent thousands on that they get to enjoy as they chose without having to deal with people throwing shade or even being quietly judgmental. I’m so glad that I’m not as closed minded and small hearted as those who get worked up about this. It’s ridiculous and quite frankly, appalling. I truly can’t fathom living a life where this is the thing that I get worked up about. We should be better than thinking we are in a position to judge others.

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  8. Gowan Hays

    Does this mean that I don’t have to wear a sports coat or suit to dine at Remy or Enchante? If so I really like not having to pack that for our cruise and can pack a dress shirt and slacks instead.

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