The Disney Dream, the newest vessel for Disney Cruise Line, has it's very own Champagne Label. Champagne Taittinger has created a label just for the inaugural year of the latest offering from Disney. There are several opportunities to sip in The District, the evening entertainment, Adults-Only, area with five venues. But the coolest area is probably Pink. The entire cocktail lounge makes guests feel like they're floating in a glass of pink bubbly.
While there's a lot of buzz about the food & libations aboard the new ship, they've not forgotten about those who prefer not to drink alcohol. Newly created non-alcoholic cocktails are made with organic fruits & herbs and no-sugar-added fruit purees. One such drink, the Purple Basil Lemonade, combines cranberry juice, sparkling water, lime and fresh purple basil - sounds incredibly refreshing. The Mint Tea Punch is made from English Breakfast Tea, cranberry juice, pineapple juice, lime juice, agave nector and a splash of sparkling water. Who needs a Long Island Ice Tea when you can have that?
Remy is an Adult-Only fine dining venue serving French-inspired cuisine. It is the most upscale dining venue aboard ship, and perfect for a romantic evening. Remy's gourmet menu was created by Chef Arnaud Lallement from l'Assiette Champenoise—a Michelin 2-star restaurant just outside Reims, France—and Chef Scott Hunnel from award-winning Victoria & Albert's at Walt Disney World Resort.
And Palo is another Adult-Only dining venue featuring Northern Italian cuisine. The restaurant is named after the long poles that the Gondoliers use to push and pull their Gondolas around the canals of Venice.
Yes, friends, Disney isn't just for kids anymore!