PHOTO TOUR AND
Left: The Ariadane Room, named
after the wife of Bacchus, is a separte
room off of the main dining room.
The dining room on MIRACLE
is the Bacchus Restaurant. It is
a two deck facility (1,300 seats)
that is dominated by huge
depictions of grapes in
deference to the god of wine in
the Greek myths.
MIRACLE follows the
traditional approach to dining
with assigned tables, a set of
servers dedicated to each table
and two seatings.
The alternative restaurant on MIRACLE is Nick and Nora's. Named after the central characters in the
Thin Man movies of the 1930s and 1940s, it is styled after the New York supper clubs of that period.
Located at the top of the ship, there has been extensive use of red-tinted glass that colors the room
during the daylight hours. It features prime steaks and lobsters on its menus. There is a $30 per
person charge and reservations are required.
Horatios is the ship's buffet restaurant. Located on the same deck as the main pools, dinners can eat
poolside if they so desire. It is divided into separate stations such as rotisserie (above left), Asian
(above right), and salad (below left). Lemonade, apple juice, coffee and water are available on a
24-hour basis from the drink stations (below right).
Located within the Horatio's complex is the
ship's 24-hour pizzeria. (Right).
Situated on Promenade Deck is the
Fountainhead (named after Ann Ryand's
novel). It serves specialty coffees and
pastries. Additional charges apply.
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