The Disney Magic has three main dining rooms, and passengers rotate amongst these three venues. This is an innovative concept and works quite well. Passengers have the same dining table number, same table mates, and same wait staff each evening, but different ambiance and menu. Lumiere's has a Beauty and the Beast
theme and French cuisine, Animator's Palate has a black and white decor that changes to color by the end of the meal, and Parrot Cay has a casual Caribbean theme. All of these dining rooms are noisy, but it's partly because people are just having fun.
Disney Magic guests can also dine at Palo, Disney's adults-only alternative ($15 fee) restaurant on deck 10. Palo's has exceptional service and cuisine, and a terrific champagne brunch. It's one of the best restaurants at sea.
Those who enjoy casual dining can dine at the Topsider Buffet or head to Pluto's Dog House, Pinocchio's Pizzeria, or Goofy's Galley, all of which are conveniently located near the swimming pools on deck 9.