Johnny Rockets Restaurant to Open on Allure of the Seas

Johnny Rockets ribbon-cutting ceremonyJohnny Rockets announced it will open a location on board Royal Caribbean International's newest ship, Allure of the Seas. The new restaurant will give guests yet another dining option on the world's largest cruise ship, which boasts more than 20 dining venues from restaurants to coffee shops.

 
 

The restaurant will open to the public in December when the ship is officially inaugurated.

"We've continued to feature Johnny Rockets on our cruise ships because their restaurants offer guests the fun and familiarity of classic music and classic food, like Patty Melts, Chili Dogs and BLTs, all while complementing the eclectic offerings of our other 23 top-rated restaurants,"said Corrine Lewis, director of food operations, Royal Caribbean International.Johnny Rockets' 11th Royal Caribbean location will share the ambiance and decor of its other restaurants. The venue will serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night fare from 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. seven days each week. 

 
 Allure of the Seas is Royal Caribbean's newest addition to its fleet and the largest cruise ship in the world. The ship offers seven-night itineraries departing from its home port, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Allure features entertainment showcases such as a 3D movie theater and performances of Chicago: The Musical. Dining options range from Starbucks to fine dining at 150 Central Park. The ship is divided into seven neighborhoods, including Central Park and the Boardwalk, which is the area in which Johnny Rockets is located.
 
To learn more about Johnny Rockets, visit www.johnnyrockets.com. To stay up-to-date on the latest Allure information, follow @OasisandAllure on Twitter. 

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