Dinnerware from the sister ship of the Titanic, the Olympic.
Below are tiles from the Titanic's sister ship the Olympic which was decommissioned in 1939; identical ones were also on the Titanic.
Below, a replica of the Titanic in all it's glory.
We received a commerative menu, along with a Bio card of 'our' passenger.
Our friends Mark and Barb, looked like they stepped out of the Era. Barb's sister-in-law, lent her this hat from her collection.
Below, Rick and I. I was excited to wear this hat that was purchased on a business trip in Minneapolis several years ago. Our wonderful neighbor from the Coast, 95 year old Gertie Smith, lent me a handbag that belonged her mother.
Bryan on his 24th birthday. Below, Scenes from the dinner
Soup was followed by Baked Haddock with Sharp Sauce.
Curried Chicken with Rice was next, paired with a Hinman Reisling
There were two main courses: Roast Turkey with Savory Cranberry Sauce, and Roast Lamb with Mint Sauce, Turnip Puree, Green Peas, and Roast Potatoes, paired with a Petit Bistro Pinot Noir . Everything was beautifully presented and deliciously prepared by chef/Owner, Merlyn Baker.
Wouldn't you know, Barb's Passenger was the only survivor in our group! (Although, we all went out to Brunch anyway)