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    Is it ok to wear capris or shorts to most of the restaurants? Or is a dress required?

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    It depends on the restaurant

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    most of them yes
    Randi & Sherri
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    You only have to dress up at (1) restaurant

    Otherwise, everything is casual - business casual

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    Quote Originally Posted by drbcwp View Post
    You only have to dress up at (1) restaurant

    Otherwise, everything is casual - business casual
    I wouldn't call it "business casual" as that makes me think of short-sleeved button down shirts, khakis, and penny loafers (or similar). I think it as more resort casual; nice shorts, nice shirt, and nice sandals.

    I'd love to know where you live if you can get away with wearing shorts to work! Sign me up!!
    Juliann & Jeff
    Jamaica Soon Come

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    Quote Originally Posted by sno View Post
    Is it ok to wear capris or shorts to most of the restaurants? Or is a dress required?
    Yes. you will be fine in Capris and Shorts. That's what my wife wears to all the restaurants except for the one with a dress code (Otaheite at CN) where she wears nice slacks or a dress.

    ENJOY!!!
    Last edited by Roclin; June 28th, 2011 at 10:00 PM. Reason: oops... typo

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    Which resort? The formal restaurants at each resort do require you to dress up, but you wouldn't have to wear a dress. I've worn dress slacks and a summery blouse to Feathers at CSA. No shorts at the formal restaurants for men or women. You could probably get away with capris at the formal restuarants if you paired it with a dressy top and nice sandals.

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