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Café Parisien was adjacent to the À la Carte Restaurant and was managed as a private concession by Italian immigrant Gaspare Antonio Pietro Gatti, he also managed the restaurant and paid the wages as both venues were run as a separate business and nothing to do with white star line.

Passengers visiting the cafe could choose meals from the À la Carte menu and enjoy a view of the ocean through the large windows whilst eating, in good weather the windows could be rolled down and passengers could dine al fresco, the cafe proved to be particularly popular with younger guests travelling in first class.

The cafe was well lit and tastefully decorated in French trellis-work with ivy and other creeping plants, and furnished with small tables and wicker chairs, the cafe also had its own distinctive china.






places to explore on this Deck




1st class stateroom       2nd class Smoke Room    Bridge Deck B


3rd class deck space      À la Carte Restaurant


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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.