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All You Need Is Love Food

Your phone, your (borrowed) cable login, and food — these are the three modern lifelines. It’s science. In partnering with folks like AvroKO — the culinary masterminds behind famous hangouts like Saxon + Parole and Genuine Liquorette — we're making it a point to celebrate the last remaining non-digital frontier.

Scarlet Lady will have no main dining room, no set dining times, no dress code and no buffet. All restaurants will be included in the cruise fare, as will basic drinks such as soda, bottled and sparkling water, juices (not including freshly pressed juice), drip coffee and tea. 

Extra Virgin: Scarlet Lady's trattoria-inspired Italian venue will serve regional dishes and handmade pasta made daily. Also on the menu will be a variety of Amari, digestive and other traditional Italian aperitifs designed to stimulate the appetite. The wine menu will feature an infographic to help diners better understand Italian wine and pick out the right option for them. Extra Virgin will also offer an Aperitivo hour each day with drink specials and small plates.

Geonbae: Meaning cheers or bottoms up in Korean, Geonbae is a Korean BBQ restaurant featuring specially-designed flameless grills built into the tables so that diners can cook their own meals. The entire experience will begin with a complimentary round of soju for the table and throughout the night diners will be encouraged to participate in Korean drinking games. 

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The Wake

The largest restaurant onboard, this 5,866-square-foot dining venue is located at the back of the ship, offering beautiful views of the ship's wake. Wake will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. At night the space will serve as the ship's steakhouse with offerings that include a raw bar (designed to look like the bow of a speedboat), and land and sea classics. A tableside cocktail cart will make its way around and the wines will be served by sommeliers using magnum bottles. 

The perfect mix of sophistication, nostalgia and cool — entering The Wake is an event in and of itself. And once you've made your way down the grand staircase, you'll enter a world that harks back to the old steakhouse, three-martini-lunch days of Madison Avenue ad men. But ya know, now with, thankfully, gender equality. And less cigar smoke.


  • Table service only

  • Cocktail trolley

  • Personal dining rooms for groups of 10+

  • Steaks, seafood and a full raw bar

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The Test Kitchen

Test Kitchen (Deck 6): This restaurant is designed to encourage diners to think about their food from a new perspective. The entryway features lighting fixtures that mimic the periodic table to get people into the mood of the laboratory-like environment with design elements that include metallic furniture, beakers and test tubes. The chef-driven set menus are presented in the form of an ingredient list and diners follow along as the chef combines the list of flavors throughout the course of the meal. This eatery will host a number of different experiences throughout the voyage from cooking classes, to mixology school to coffee labs, and even a few late-night lock-ins, where participants will be invited to raid the chef’s fridge and dig into a midnight feast. 


  • Table service only

  • Experimental cocktails

  • Cookery classes

  • Seasonal tasting menus


Razzle Dazzle

Perhaps the most energetic dining spot onboard, Razzle Dazzle gets its name and design from the practice of camouflaging ships during World Wars I and II using patterns of black and white paint. On the menu is a selection of vegetarian and vegan fare, as well as a juice bar. To cater to different tastes, diners have the option to add-on a variety of meats or spike their smoothies with alcohol. But food's not the only thing on the menu at Razzle Dazzle; diners will be treated to a performance by Scarlet Lady's resident drag performer and friends. For an extra fee, diners can opt to enjoy bottomless drag-inspired cocktails.


So your best friend wants something light and healthy and you want to get real weird? This is that place. Boasting a bold interior, this restaurant offers creative suprises on some classic, comfort go-tos. Whether you're looking for something familiar (#basic can be good) or something spicy and out of left field, this place does all of that with a twist (bfast, lunch, dinner, baby).


  • Casual all-day dining 

  • Veggie-focused menu

  • Signature cocktails

  • Drag queen brunch

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Meaning cheers or bottoms up in Korean, Geonbae is a Korean BBQ restaurant featuring specially-designed flameless grills built into the tables so that diners can cook their own meals. The entire experience will begin with a complimentary round of soju for the table and throughout the night diners will be encouraged to participate in Korean drinking games. 

If you're into hands-on meat-grilling and soju drinking, our Korean BBQ is the perfect spot to do all that with maximum social engagement (IRL, but feel free to 'gram it if you want). It's a catalyst for great conversation since we all have that one friend who insists on being the meat-master. Go ahead and roast the master while they roast the meat. 🔥


  • Table service only

  • Grill-your-own BBQ

  • Social seating

  • Drinking games and fun cocktails


Pink Agave

Pink Agave (Deck 5): Pink Agave will be an upscale Mexican restaurant featuring electric blue metallic lighting fixtures, oversized banquet tables and porthole windows to let in natural light. An elongated curved lounger centers the room with round tables for two offering an intimate dining experience. On the menu you'll find tlayudas, memelas, sopes, tortas, esquites, and tamales -- all meant to be shared with the table. The restaurant will feature a bar area in the foyer with an expansive collection of mezcals, or try one of the signature Agua Fresca cocktails. There will also be a private dining room for larger groups.

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The Pizza Place

Pizza lovers will be able to choose off the classic menu at this spot, where pies are always made fresh, or design their own based on a variety of ingredients. The casual spot will have a beach club-inspired design with white and pastel colored furniture, as well as hammocks for lounging. 


No Frills, Just Tasty Thrills

So, we don't do buffets. No shade to buffets - they're honestly great, we just have a different approach for when you're not in the mood to sit still. Start by grabbing something quick from The Galley — our floating market of food-truck inspired, international vendors — and get back to living your life. All our food is sustainably packaged, so you'll never feel guilty on the go. You can always order in with our room service — because if we believe firmly in anything, it's the right to stay in.

The Galley: 

Modeled after the popular food halls you'll find in many cities, The Galley will be the main place to grab a quick, casual meal throughout the day. The space will feature a mix of more than eight stations and food carts, each offering a unique selection of signature dishes that changes to suit the time of day. Among the options that will be on offer are a dedicated bakery and pastry shop, a panini shop, a burger grill, a taco shack, a sushi bar with bento boxes, a noodle bar, a soup and salad stand, and a 24-hour American-style diner.

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Well Bread


Ministry of Ground

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The Dock

Okay, frankly we'd be wild to build a ship and not have a restaurant with a sun-drenched lounging area so you can combine all the things you love in one place (eating and views, obviously) so yep — we did that. The Dock feels like an elegant cabana caught between the chill, seaside perfection of Ibiza and the rustic-chic resorts of Brazil.  The Dock Restaurant (Deck 7): Set at the back of the ship on Deck 7, this alfresco eatery is a beach club-inspired space serving Mediterranean small plates, salads, dips and mezzes. Flame-grilled skewers will also be available for those who want a hot meal. 

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Oh, BTW...


Basic Bevvies

Stay hydrated with filtered still and sparkling water, non-pressed juices, sodas, teas, or even drip coffee if you need a boost.

Feeling Tip-sy

We get it, math is hard. With built-in tips, we've taken care of (taking care of) your servers.

Ship Eats

2am cravings? Designed around your schedule means that our delivery service won't stop, can't stop. #NoStomachLeftBehind


Hit Me With Your Best Shot

Whether it's a shot of espresso or a shot of pure, hearty wheatgrass, "vacation-you" still needs to start the day feeling like... well, you. So for those who want to upgrade, we've secured the boldest beans and freshest veggies to do your waking up with. And for the libation lovers, we've hooked up with established, creative, and theatrical mixologists onboard to whip up some cocktails that’ll challenge your claim to “take it easy tonight”.

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