Norwegian announces food and drink locations for Prima and Viva ships


Norwegian Cruise Line has announced new details about food and beverage offerings on board upcoming Norwegian Prima and Viva ships.

Prima-class ships will feature new dining and beverage venues, including the Metropolitan Bar, Norway’s first sustainability-focused bar, and seven dining options on each ship.


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Restaurants at Norwegian Prima and Viva include the Mediterranean-inspired Palomar, traditional hibachi-style Hasuki, contemporary sushi house Nama, and American-standard Surfside Cafe and Grill.

The ships will include a main dining room upgrade with new designs and menus at Hudson’s and The Commodore Room, which feature 270-degree views overlooking the stern. The revamped menu will debut on Prima and roll out to the rest of Norwegian’s 17-ship fleet through 2023.

The Metropolitan Bar will offer zero-waste cocktails made responsibly and made with surplus ingredients, as well as a fully sustainable spirits list and biodynamic wines. The ships will also feature a contemporary cocktail bar called The Belvedere Bar.

“We have been innovators in the dining industry for more than three decades, becoming the first cruise line to offer specialty dining and the first to introduce our ‘Freestyle Cruising’ concept which allows our guests to vacation at their own way by giving them the choice to decide when and where they dine,” Norwegian CEO Harry Sommer said.

“Our latest food and beverage offerings take our Norwegian Prima Food and Beverage experience to another level, going far beyond guest expectations to deliver elevated dining experiences with sophisticated design, masterful mixology and cuisine. that delivers full-throttle flavor,” Sommer continued. .

Norwegian Prima and Viva will feature upgraded guest-favorite dining and lounging areas, including Cagney’s Steakhouse, Le Bistro French, Food Republic, Observation Lounge and Humidor Cigar Lounge.

Previously revealed food and drink venues on the two new ships include Food Hall, Onda by Scarpetta, Los Lobos, The Local Bar & Grill, Vibe Beach Club, Waves Pool Bar and Prima Speedway Bar. Both ships will offer a total of 35 dining and lounge options.

One of the focal points of Norwegian Prima and Viva will be the cruise line’s first three-story, glass-walled Penrose Atrium. The cladding of the area will consist of a three-tier light element and a wall art piece that will resemble a topographic map.

High-end luxury retail and boutique spaces will also be located throughout the atrium, including Starbucks Coffee, Whiskey Bar, Prima Casino and Penrose Bar.


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