The two-deck high formal restaurant serves an open-seating sit-down breakfast and lunch, although dinner is done in traditional early and late assigned seatings. Two specialty restaurants, which require reservations and have à la carte charges, offer Italian regional specialties and Tex-Mex favorites. The Lido buffet is the casual-dining option for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. At night, the buffet restaurant also serves pizza. Coffee bars are a good snack option for times when the buffet is closed, but there is a charge for coffee and pastries. Room service is limited to a menu that includes a continental breakfast and cold sandwiches. Midnight buffets vary nightly, ranging from themed snack-type offerings to a traditional shipboard gala affair.
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