Carnival Cruise Line Adds Eateries to Carnival Victory

by Daniel McCarthy
Carnival Cruise Line Adds Eateries to Carnival Victory

BlueIguana Cantina will serve freshly made burritos and tacos on the revamped Carnival Victory.


Carnival Victory is getting a slate of new eateries.

Victory, which has been in dry dock since Jan. 4, will come back into service on Jan. 21 with a number of new restaurants and bars, including some of the cruise line’s signature eateries.

Guy’s Burger Join will be installed poolside on Victory, serving burgers and fresh-cut fries. It will be joined poolside by RedFrog Rum Bar, a Caribbean-inspired water holing offering rum-based frozen drinks and beers.

Also poolside will be the BlueIguana Cantina, serving freshly made burritos and tacos. Its sister-establishment, the outdoor BlueIguana Tequila Bar, will join it.  

Victory will also get the full service sushi restaurant Bonsai Sushi, candy shop Cherry on Top, and a re-branded deli offering seven sandwiches such as meatball, buffalo chicken, and The Cubano.

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