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white star RMS Titanic -  À la Carte Restaurant

 

 

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  titanic-À la Carte Restaurant

 

Titanic’s À la Carte Restaurant offered an alternative dining experience to the main 1st class restaurant, the À la Carte Restaurant or as it was nicknamed "The Ritz" was not owned by white star line, the 140-seat elegant venue was managed as a private concession by Italian immigrant Gaspare Antonio Pietro Gatti, a well-regarded London restaurateur.

The venue had its own staff of chefs, waiters, and kitchen help none of the restaurant staff were employees of the White Star Line.

Passengers dinning in the À la Carte had to pay for their meals as they were not included in the price of their 1st class ticket.

When the ship sank Mr gatti died along with 63 members of the restaurant staff, only 3 employees survived the disaster.

 

  

 


   

places to explore on this Deck

  

  

  1st class stateroom         Cafe Parisien         Bridge Deck B

 

  3rd class deck space      2nd class Smoke Room

 

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Titanic Trivia

Dogs: Titanic had nine dogs on board when she sank, only Two survived.

Newspaper: Titanic had its own on board newspaper The Atlantic Daily Bulletin.

Two Bathtubs: More than 700 passengers in third class had to share Two Bathtubs

Rivets: 3 Million rivets held the hull together

Never christened: Titanic was never officially christened or named as white star line traditional policy was to launch without a christening.

Children: All 24 children in second class survived the disaster.

Construction: 6 workers died on the titanic during construction.

Jenny: Titanic had her own cat called jenny, unconfirmed reports suggest the cat transported her new litter of kittens off the doomed ship when it docked in Southampton and left for a new life.