I too like to dress up for dinner on a cruise and wish the main dining room would at least seat you accordingly; start from one side of the dining room if you are in a jacket and tie, and start from the other if you dressed casually.
Review by dfitchett39
In response to review, jleslie48 says ...
That is a radical (but very interesting) idea. Start with 300 lobsters and prime rib, work way down to hamburger and fries after 400 served, then PBJs for the final 250 served. Some mix and match in-between.
Never happen. (and by the way - this comment in just in jest).
I think that the staff in the dining room has a lot more concerns than trying to sit people by the way they are dressed. Most passenger choose set seating times and their table assignments are set before they arrive on the ship. I know how you feel though.
Have been on the Gem 5 times. Never got a BJ at time of booking though. I guess some travel agents are desperate for commissions.
offensive ? Maybe
funny ? Hell yeah !
was expecting a profanity warning.
there is a slight chance I read the original review wrong. a slight chance
i'm such a potty mouth