If you visit the Royal Promenade, you will find pastries in the morning, sandwiches, pizza and deserts at night as well as Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream and Berringer Wines.
At Johnny Rockets, the 50's themed diner style restaurant features red naugahyde booths, Formica counters, a jukebox, signature burgers, hot dogs, chili, french fries and onion rings.
The food here is included. All you pay for are Cokes, and ice cream shakes.
For an upcharge of $20.00 per person you can dine at either Portofino, an Italian specialty restaurant or choose Chops Grille, A New York style restaurant featuring a high quality steakhouse menu.
Make your reservations as soon as you get onboard cruise or you may never get the opportunity to enjoy it. If you get a sweet-tooth or hunger pains ( How could you? ) at 2:00AM, no problem.
Navigator offers a limited room service menu available round-the-clock.
Visit the Connoisseur's Club where you can enjoy aperitifs and fine cigars or stop by the Champagne Bar, An elegant but cozy atmosphere to share a glass of wine or champagne.
As wine lover's we enjoyed Vintages, the first totally dedicated wine bar afloat.
Here you can savor wines from the world's finest wine producing regions featuring Robert Mondavi and Beringer, with wine appreciation programs.
The staff is well versed in the history and education of wines. Wine tasting can highlighted the essences of wine and the staff helped pick the right kind of wine for us.
On the Royal Promenade you'll find the Two Poet's British style pub and Cafe' Promenade that features Seattle's Best Coffee.
Then there is Schooner Piano Bar, and Bolero's an upscale 'Latin Lounge" featuring composers of Bolero's and other popular rhythms of the 50's and 60's. Plus there are a number of Bars scattered throughout the ship.
The Navigator of the Seas' Library has one of the largest collection of books I have ever seen on a cruise ship.