1. Exclusive to adults- The magic of Disney Cruising is not specifically limited to families with children.
2. Featured on all four vessels- The Palo Signature Dining experience is offered on all four Disney Cruise Line ships, making this enticing option available to all adult passengers regardless of which cruise they are sailing on.
3. Italian theme and ambiance - If you are familiar with the Italian language or Italy in general, then you may already know that the word “palo” refers to those long distinctive poles used by gondoliers to glide their boats along through the legendary canal routes of Venice.
4. Views beyond compare - Due to its elevated top deck positioning aboard Disney Cruise Line ships, dining at Palo also comes with some of the best scenic views sailing has to offer.
5. Impeccable service and standards - While all Disney dining locations both at sea as well as in the various parks offer high-quality services and meet top-notch standards, it cannot be denied that the cast members making up the staff at all of Disney’s Palo locations are the very best of the best.
6. A menu of distinction - While there is no limit to just how much you can order while dining at Palo, do be warned that you’re going to want to pace yourself in just how much you do choose in order to experience all the phenomenal enticements to be had.
7. An outstanding wine pairing experience - Just when you thought the menu at Palo couldn’t get any more upgraded, they even offer a special enhanced dinner and wine pairing option.
8. Desserts to die for - While we already focused on one of the restaurant’s most alluring dessert items, there are of course innumerable others sure to make your mouth water as well.
9. Brunch - While Palo is primarily known for being a premium dinnertime destination, did you know that Disney also offers a fabulous brunch option for cruises that are four nights or longer?
10. Private dining excursions available - By now you’re probably thinking that a dining experience at Palo couldn’t possibly get any better, right?