PHOTO TOUR AND
The Dawn has two main dining rooms.
The Venetian Main Restaurant is a
beautifully decorated room, which uses the
palette of the Venetian master painters. It
also benefits from a line of tall windows
along the stern of the ship, which add light to
the room. Despite its Italian name and
decor, the restaurant does not specialize in
Italian cuisine. Rather, the dishes are
selected from around the world.
Norwegian Dawn has a wide variety of dining venues offering different types of food and dining
experiences. (See our menus page). Some of these are complimentary (this page) while others have
a cover charge (next page).
The Dawn follows Norwegian's trademark Freestyle approach to dining. In essence, guests can dine
in any of the dining venues as long as the restaurant is open and has space. There are no assigned
tables or assigned dining times. Guests decide when and where to eat.
Of course, everyone cannot eat in the same place at the same time. Thus, passengers have to be
flexible about when and where they would like to eat. If a particular restaurant is desired at a
particular time, Norwegian encourages the passengers to make a reservation as soon as possible. To
that end, a booth is manned in the lobby throughout the day to take reservations. Reservations may
also be telephoned.
The more informal Aqua is the other main
An annex to Aqua is used for Dawn's Chef's
Table Experience (cover charge)
The Blue Lagoon (above) overlooks the lobby and offers
comfort food around the clock.
The Bimini Bar and Grill (right), located on the open deck
at the top of the ship, has hamburgers and hot dogs.
Cruise ship photo tour and guide - - Norwegian Dawn- - Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) - - page 5
THE MAIN DINING ROOMS
The Garden Cafe is the ship's large self-service