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Old Dec 5, 10, 1:54 pm   #1
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Queens grill, Cunard, TransAtlantic

Does anybody know dress rules for Queens Grill?

Is it tux or dinner jacket every night - or suit/sport coat some nights?

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Old Dec 5, 10, 3:08 pm   #2
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The Daily Programme for the QM 2 (I think also true for QV and QE) states "Tonight's Dress Code: xxx) which applies thruout all the dining venues on the ship -- Queen's Grill, Princess, and Britannia. The code goes from (a) Formal - Tuxedo/Business Suit & Tie, (b) Semi-Formal - Suit/Sport Coat & Tie, to (c) Elegant Casual - For Gentlemen: A jacket, no tie required. Ladies wear, consistent with those for gents.

On a 7 day transatlantic crossing, about 3 days were Formal, and the others split between semi-formal and casual.

For Queen's Grill, I would guess the dress would be more formal than what the code might require.
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Old Dec 7, 10, 2:55 pm   #3
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Originally Posted by tangoll View Post
For Queen's Grill, I would guess the dress would be more formal than what the code might require.
White tie and tails,anyone?
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White tie and tails,anyone?
White tie and tails are for waiters and musicians.
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Old Dec 11, 10, 10:12 am   #5
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The dress code is OK information but as a rule most passengers in the Grills dress up more rather than less formally.

Especially women.
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Old Dec 11, 10, 5:53 pm   #6
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Loved dressing up for the Queen's Grill on a Transatlantic. As another poster said, women dress up more than men. IMHO, it's a great opportunity to dress up and wear our prettiest jewelry. Not too many places anymore, aside from some charity events, when we can do that. Gentlemen always wore a coat and tie, except on formal nights. Then, black tie.
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