TITANIC FIRST CLASS DINNER | RECREATED BY CHEF NOAH SHEETZ AND SCOTLAND ROAD
- General Admission All ages • A ticket is required per person arriving on the watercraft
- Bannerman Castle Trust Member
Join us for an exclusive event that recreates the Titanic’s first-class menu
Noah Sheetz – the former director of The Chef’s Consortium, along with four other noted Hudson Valley Chefs – will recreate the first-class dinner menu that was served on-board the Titanic on April 14, 1912. The exclusive event will be held on the Bannerman Residence Terrace overlooking the Hudson River.
There is only room for 24 guests who will be treated to an 11-course meal based on an original menu that was recovered from the ship.
The meal will include wine and will be served on a reproduction of the Wisteria pattern China that was used in the Veranda Cafes on the Titanic. Each guest will take home their plate as a souvenir of the evening, courtesy of Virginia Donovan Fine Art and Barbara and Wes Gottlock.
The evening will be topped off with the performance of Jeffrey Hatcher’s play, Scotland Road, directed by BCT Executive Director, Neil Caplan.