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As part of NCL’s innovative “Freestyle Dining” program, this ship offers a wide variety of dining choices. -Click here to find out more-


It’s common knowledge that Americans like to eat…and eat, and eat. In that spirit, the Pride of America is justly proud of the number (8) and variety (7) of her restaurants. You can dine at a different restaurant every night of your 7-night cruise and never see the same menu twice!

Since the dining experience is so much a part of American cruising, here’s the rundown of your choices aboard the Pride of America. This first group of restaurants is included in your cruise fare at no extra cost.

Skyline:
This is one of the two “main” restaurants aboard the Pride of America. True to its name, the Skyline is designed with a 1930s Art Deco skyscraper theme (think Empire State Building and Chrysler Building). There are no interior columns in this large room – they’ve morphed into skyscrapers! Cuisine is traditional and continental with all-American favorites in abundance, too.

Liberty:
This “main” restaurant gives justice to all the Founding Fathers. Paintings depicting important historical moments in American history line the walls of this Early American Colonial and Federal Period-themed dining venue. As with the Skyline restaurant, Liberty focuses on hearty traditional favorites, including fish, chicken, turkey, roast beef, potatoes, and hot apple pie!

Cadillac Diner:
Car fins were king in the late 1950s and none rose taller than those of the 1959 Cadillac. Find a seat in the shadow of those fins and enjoy burgers, fish and chips, and ice cream sundaes while listening to your favorite Rock ‘n Roll stars of the era – courtesy of the high-tech video juke box! And, as with any true, respectable diner, the Cadillac is open 24 hours a day!

Aloha Café:
This indoor/outdoor buffet/bistro-style restaurant is just around the corner from the South Beach Pool so the mood here is always casual. Hawaiian artifacts, outrigger canoes and Polynesian wood carvings decorate the spacious (seats 322 indoors/310 outdoors) 50th State-themed eatery. And catch this – kids have their own buffet and kid-sized tables and chairs!

Little Italy:
Pasta, per favore! Hey! What’s more “all-American” than Italian food, anyway? This restaurant is a take-off of an easy-going Italian eatery you might see in the Little Italy neighborhood of New York City. Pizza, calzone, spaghetti, pasta and friendly attitudes are served in abundance here. Bring your mother and show her you love her.

The following three “specialty restaurants” incur either a flat cover fee (usually between $10.00 and $12.50) or are priced a la carte. Seating is limited and some nights can be very busy; reservations may be recommended.


Lone Star Steakhouse:
Your certified Angus Beef steak is on the grill waiting for you! Lamb, veal, pork and seafood are on the menu here, too. On the walls are Texan artifacts and memorabilia of the Dallas Cowboys, The Texas Rangers, wagon trains, cattle roundups and the Houston Space Center. (Accommodates 106 guests. An extra fee applies.)


Chinatown:
This elegant restaurant is divided into three main areas: the main, Asian fusion/Pacific Rim dining room; a sushi and sashimi bar; and a Teppanyaki room with two, 16-seat tables for guests who enjoy the “show” of tableside food preparation. The theme, of course, is Asian. (Accommodates 98 guests. An extra fee applies.)

Jefferson’s Bistro:
This a la carte restaurant makes a proud salute to Thomas Jefferson who, before he was president, was the US Ambassador to France. Hence, the French connection here at this elegantly-styled restaurant that serves both classic and nouvelle cuisine. The décor is inspired by Monticello, Jefferson’s hilltop Virginia home. (Accommodates 104. Extra fee applies)



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