Honestly, Tricia and I nearly forgot it was Pirate Night onboard until we walked to dinner and spotted a few characters in the Atrium. We did not receive the typical Pirate Night bandanas and chocolates the night before and we were so busy during the day, it absolutely slipped our minds.
We were really looking forward to 1923, the menu was most appealing to us, and the space is beautiful, but a bit tight.
You can see what we ate here, and even a preview of tomorrow’s breakfast 😉 :
I thought dinner was absolutely delicious, we tried so many dishes and not one was a disappointment. I really enjoyed the burrata appetizer, filet entree, and the apple cheesecake dessert.
After dinner, we had secured a reservation inside Hyperspace Lounge…. which, of course, conflicted with some of the Pirate Night festivities. On a short, 3-night cruise- you really have to decide what activities are most important to you and we really wanted to try this- so we went.
Now, I am a HUGE Star Wars fan and not knowing what to expect, I was not disappointed, but fans should know- this is NOTHING like Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Drinks here are VERY different, some even come with an amazing presentation. That said- it’s not to be missed for fans.
After Hyperspace, we did catch a pretty cool kiss goodnight- you can click below to see it as well as some of the characters we saw as well earlier in the night:
Once we got back to our stateroom, we were greeted by this…
I decided to go back up to deck 11 and grab a soft drink and still saw the Pirate Dance Party happening:
Whoa, it was a super busy day!
Totally earned a beach day at Castaway Cay tomorrow!