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1 hour ago, Falling_Down said:

If you're sailing out of Port Canaveral (or just missing lobster night from all the cancelled cruises like I do) there's an AYCE lobster place about 50 minutes away in Orlando. It's like pre-gaming (or post-gaming if your stomach can handle it) for the real deal on the boat ?

And what's the name of this magical place ?

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My grandmother used to take my sister and I to a place called Happy Land on Siesta Key in Sarasota for lobster night.  It was an AYCE which was rare then   This was in the late 50s or early 60s.  They had this huge revolving salad bar which was unusual then also.  The first time I grabbed my salad plate to go to the salad bar my grandmother took the plate from me,  tapped me on the back of the head and said  "You are here to eat lobster"

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So far, I can't figure out what night on my upcoming cruise will be lobster night via the app (any day after day 2 shows all the dining rooms closed).

Would the MDR tell me on boarding day? Since my mom and I don't partake (allergic and just don't like shellfish) I want to make a reservation for specialty dining that day instead and rumor has it doing that early is best.

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On 6/19/2021 at 12:06 PM, Pooch said:

Thanks ConstantCruiser &  WAAAYTOO, I’ve had the lobster tails and they are decent.  Looks like it would make sense to just eat in the MDR that night.

Follow up question, can we request a CK entree be sent to the MDR?

I have a question. When I look at menus for MDR, they have lobster as an up charge. Are you saying there is a night that the lobster is free?

 

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8 minutes ago, Jennifer Burke said:

I have a question. When I look at menus for MDR, they have lobster as an up charge. Are you saying there is a night that the lobster is free?

yup! It's usually toward the end of the cruise (second formal night on 7+ nighters and I think night 4 or 4 or ones less than 7). At this point, lobster tails are part of the main, complimentary menu and they are as unlimited as everything else in that section. And yes, the staff is well aware that people go CRAZY with it. I've never heard of them running out or limiting people.

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2 minutes ago, CrimsonCruiser said:

yup! It's usually toward the end of the cruise (second formal night on 7+ nighters and I think night 4 or 4 or ones less than 7). At this point, lobster tails are part of the main, complimentary menu and they are as unlimited as everything else in that section. And yes, the staff is well aware that people go CRAZY with it. I've never heard of them running out or limiting people.

wow how exciting! Thanks for the info

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