In the past few weeks, we’ve explored the way passengers in each class boarded Titanic, checked out the accommodations in each class, and looked at typical first class apparel onboard the luxury liner. Today, let’s see what the passengers ate for dinner on April 14, 1912. No one knew, of course, it would be the last meal served on the Titanic.
In third class, all meals for the day were printed on one card. Dinner was the largest meal and was served mid-day.
Second class passengers were served a smaller version of the first class menu but with fewer courses.
Each course in first class was served with a selected wine. Following the last course, fruits and cheeses were available, as well as port.