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Cullen’s restaurant in Houston has caught Titanic fever, serving a “last supper” fit for any of the doomed vessel’s first class passengers—or anyone with $12,000 kicking around.
The fancy feast serves up to 12, lasts for four hours and features 10 mouth-watering dishes, including roast lamb, caviar and foie gras. Ice cream, pudding and chocolate eclairs will be served for dessert.
As an added treat, guests can sample Armagnac brandy dating back to 1900, and presumably what the passengers drank the night of the crash.
Of course, Cullen’s isn’t the only business cashing on Titanic mania. Last month, Groupon offered a $12,500 deep sea expedition to the site, complete with a signed copy of the James Cameron flick by a Leo impersonator.