A Titanic Voyage, Awaits You! This exclusive series is available to members and non-members of The Stirling Club in Las Vegas.
Will you feast on an extravagant meal Saturday, April 22 in honor of the Titanic?
Our Stirling Club passengers will dine on an as-close-to-a replication of the grand meal served over 100 years ago, when the most prominent members of society were treated to the finest luxuries, and food was no exception.
Reserve your lavish meal exclusive to twenty first-class guests, complete with a European Inspired menu & wine pairing curated by sommeliers who will introduce each pairing while listening to a live violinist and a special guest historian paying ode to the fateful voyage. Call 702-732-9700 ext. 0.
Food Served on the Titanic
The passengers on the Titanic, which famously sank on April 15, 1912, were served a variety of meals during their voyage. The type and quality of the food served largely depended on the class of ticket purchased.
First-class passengers enjoyed luxurious and elaborate meals prepared by a team of skilled chefs. They were offered a variety of options for breakfast, including eggs, bacon, and pastries, as well as a selection of fruits and cereals. Lunch and dinner menus typically included a variety of soups, salads, seafood, and meats, along with a selection of desserts.
Second-class passengers were served simpler meals than first-class, but still had a good selection of food. They were offered a range of dishes such as vegetable soup, roast beef, and boiled potatoes.
Third-class passengers had more basic meals, which were served in a communal setting. They were served porridge or oatmeal for breakfast, and for lunch and dinner they had soup, stew, and potatoes.
The Titanic also had several cafes, snack bars, and a la carte restaurants where passengers could purchase additional food items like sandwiches, pastries, and ice cream. Source: OpenAI