Excellence award for Carnival Glory

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Carnival Glory’s Emerald Room steakhouse has obtained top honors from the American Culinary Federation (ACF), the biggest organization of master chefs in North America.
The Emerald Room obtained the ACF’s Achievement in Excellence prize recognizing the private 108-seat restaurant for its exclusive cuisine and quality service. The steakhouse has been an enormous hit with Carnival Glory passengers since the vessel’s debut in 2003, serving juicy steaks, mouth-watering appetizers and entrees, and adorable desserts, all enhanced by engaging, friendly service with an outstanding good wine list hand-selected by the line’s chefs.
Peter Leypold who is the Executive Chef of Carnival Glory's Emerald is pictured here with the prize that was represented during the ACF’s annual convention held recently in Orlando, Fla.
Carnival Glory that is currently operating a plan of 4- to 7-day voyages from New York, is going to undergo an extensive dry dock in November which is going to add a number of bar, dining and entertainment innovations which are part of the line’s Fun Vessel 2.0 enhancement schedule. Following the 2-week dry dock, Carnival Glory is going to push a winter plan of week-long Caribbean cruises from Miami beginning November 18.