The RMS Titanic is being brought back to life. (Well, the last meal is anyway.) On April 13-14, the Stanley Hotel invites you to wine and dine just as the passengers did on that fateful morning in 1912.

On April 14, 1912, the RMS Titanic served its last meal. And on April 13-14, 2018, guests at the Stanley Hotel will have the chance to enjoy that same meal 106 years later. As part of the hotel's ongoing weekend dinner series, "Table, A Culinary Journey," the 10-course, 20-person meal will be served for two evenings, on Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14 at 7 p.m. The dinner costs $95 per person. Make sure you make your reservations because seats are extremely limited and they're going fast! Reservations: April 13 and April 14. [caption id="attachment_35668" align="aligncenter" width="441"]last meal Courtesy of the Stanley Hotel[/caption] "With it being the anniversary of the Titanic, something magical had to happen at the Stanley," Marnie Cullen, director of the hotel's weekend dinner series, told the Coloradoan. "It's about a sense of history and respecting the Titanic in our culture."
After searching for the menu on Google, Angus McIntosh, chef at the Stanley Hotel's Cascades restaurant, has updated it for a more modern palate. The entire dinner will be served in the same order it was on the ship.

The Titanic's First-Class Menu:

First Course: Oysters Second Course: Consomme Olga Third Course: Poached Salmon with Mousseline Sauce and Cucumbers Fourth Course: Saute of Chicken Lyonnaise | Vegetable Marrow Farci Fifth Course: Sirloin of Beef with Chateau Potatoes, Green Pees, Creamed Carrots, Parmentier, and Boiled New Potatoes Sixth Course: Punch Romaine Seventh Course: Roast Squad and Watercress Eighth Course: Cold Asparagus Vinaigrette Ninth Course: Pate de Foie Gras | Celery Tenth Course: Peaches in Chartreuse Jelly Wine Pairings: Will Doyle, Pioneer Wine & Spirits Click here to check out the rest of the Stanley Hotel's "Table, A Culinary Journey" dinner series schedule. What do you think? Are you itching to try the last meal served on the Titanic? Or is the menu too outdated for your liking? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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