Superfine's Salute to Titanic

Mon Apr 15 2024 at 06:00 pm to 10:30 pm

Superfine | Brooklyn

Joe Walls
Publisher/HostJoe Walls
Superfine's Salute to Titanic
Join us as we explore and celebrate the lives lived and lost on the 112th anniversary of Titanic's infamous maiden and final voyage.
About this Event

Your presence is requested on:
Monday, April 15, 2024, from 6 to 10 p.m., for a First Class dinner in honor of the 2,240 souls aboard the most famous ship in history, which sank to the bottom of the Atlantic on Monday, April 15, 1912.

The Food
The evening’s special six-course menu is inspired by the last dinner served to First Class passengers aboard Titanic.

Chefs Laura Taylor and Heriberto Flores will be recreating popular Gilded Age dishes such as Oysters à la Russo, Canapés à l’Amiral, Braised Duck Breast, Potatoes Anna and Waldorf Pudding. Each course will be paired with a fine French wine.

The Band
Live music will be provided by Miss Maybell and the Jazz Age Artistes, who specialize in tunes from the turn of the previous century.

Musical selections that were heard on the ship will be performed as a tribute to the heroic members of Titanic’s band, all of whom perished in the sinking.

Following a moment of silence, there will be a violin solo of the hymn “Nearer, My God, to Thee.”

The Program
Titanic descendants will be present both in person and virtually to tell the gripping true stories of their forebears’ experiences aboard the ship. Scheduled speakers include:

Josyann Abisaab, MD, whose Lebanese great-grandfather, Gerios YoussefAbi-Saab, perished in the sinking.

Angelica Harris, author of Titanic: The Brothers Peracchio, whose Italian relatives worked in the ocean liner’s fancy À la Carte Restaurant.

Jean Legg, whose father, Sydney Daniels, was a steward on Titanic — and survived.

Adrian Saker, founder and CEO of the nonprofit organization Friends of Titanic Memorial Lighthouse.

And your host for the evening, Titanic historian (and Superfine’s own)

Elizabeth Kuster, who will be telling the story of a young Swedish immigrant named Gunnar Tenglin, who survived the sinking and made it all the way to her tiny hometown in Iowa.

The Dress Code
Cocktail attire or period costume is required for entry.

This event is our salute to the legacy of real-life humans who faced the unthinkable with courage and grit.
Like the three of us (and the majority of Superfine’s staff), many Titanic passengers left their childhood homes behind. They bought one-way tickets to New York, dreaming of a better future and a happy, hopeful life.
On the 112th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic, we will raise our glasses to them.

We hope you will join us.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Superfine, 126 Front Street, Brooklyn, United States


USD 60.00 to USD 175.00

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