SPOKANE, Wash. - While the Titanic exhibit is underway at the Northwest Museum of Art and Culture, the Historic Davenport Hotel and its Palm Court Grill are offering a special sample menu replicating the First Class dinner menu created for the Titanic's maiden voyage.
Chef Adam Swedberg and his team have selected five of the original 10 courses served aboard the Titanic. Guests will be allowed to sample and taste original recipes in a historic setting similar to what First Class passengers aboard the Titanic experienced.
The menu items are as follows:
- Hors d'Oeuvres Course: Canapés à l’Amiral
- Salad Course: Asparagus Salad with Champagne-Saffron Vinaigrette
- Fish Course: Poached Salmon with Mousseline sauce
- Main Course: Filet Mignon Lili
- Dessert Course: Waldorf Pudding
No reservations are required to enjoy this unique meal. The Palm Grill opens daily at 5 p.m. and closes at midnight. The 5-course dinner costs $50 per person and wine pairings with the meal are at an additional cost.
Overnight guest room packages are also available that include an overnight stay in the Historic Davenport Hotel, 2 tickets to the Titanic Exhibit at the MAC, a dining credit of $50 and valet parking.
Transportation to the Museum of Arts and Culture is provided, based on availability, from the Historic Davenport Hotel.
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