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Live Music in Spinnaker Lounge on Norwegian Pearl,(Deck 13): Decor throughout Spinnaker is bright, tropical and fun. Teal crushed velvet double-loungers are surrounded by white high-impact plastic bucket chairs ... with holes where one expects a seat. And guess what? They're comfortable. The lounge plays host to Norwegian's signature late-night event, the Norwegian Night Out, a club scene where everyone dresses in white and dances along with members of the Norwegian staff.
Karaoke in Bliss Ultra Lounge on Norwegian Pearl, (Deck 7): Filled with beds and pillows, loungers and divans, silky fabrics and low lighting, Bliss gives new meaning to the word "nightclub." The dance club becomes an after-party hot spot (18 and over after 11 p.m.) later at night. (Oddly enough, bowling lanes occupy families here during the day.)
Eggs Benedict at The Great Outdoors on Norwegian Pearl, (Deck 12, aft): This aft deck dining venue offers an alfresco version of the buffet with similar but more limited food options. The outdoor buffet is typically less crowded, so it's a nice alternative at peak dining times (when weather permits).
Topsiders Bar & Grill on Norwegian Pearl, (Deck 12): A well-stocked pool grill, open from noon to 3 p.m., serves roasted chicken, hamburgers, hot dogs, salads and dessert items buffet-style. It also serves limited breakfast (fruit, pastries) in the mornings. On some cruises, crew put together a cookout in front of the pool grill, with items like jerk chicken and corn on the cob.
Teppanyaki on Norwegian Pearl, (Deck 7); $29.99: Teppanyaki is Norwegian's popular Japanese Hibachi restaurant where the preparation of your food is a show. Skillful and playful chefs balance eggs on the back of spatulas and flip and catch shrimp, all while serving you a three-course meal.
Sushi Bar on Norwegian Pearl, Dress Code: Resort Casual, plus nice jeans are allowed. No shorts after 6:00 p.m. in the dining rooms. Surcharge: Yes, A la carte pricing Reservations Required: Yes Hours Located within Lotus Garden; Dinner: 5:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Sake Bar (Deck 7): In the same enclave that houses Lotus Garden and Sushi Bar, you'll find the Sake Bar. It's just that -- a place, with just a few chairs, to find a sampling of Japanese rice wine, served hot or cold.