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HomeEventsNeighborhood Night: "Titanic" Dinner Tribute just $39

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Neighborhood Night: "Titanic" Dinner Tribute just $39

Monday, April 15, 2019, 6:00 PM
Station 4 American Bistro
About Station 4
1101 4th St SW
Washington, DC  20024
Bob Craycraft
202-656-1834 (p)
Dining Events and Happy Hours
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only
$39 includes dinner, tax, gratuity, and a glass of house wine or beer or a non-alcoholic beverage excluding specialty coffee drinks. Dinner must be pre-paid to Waterfront Village.

Happy hour prices of $5 for house wines and beers as well as full bar service are available a la carte and may be paid at the restaurant by cash or credit card with separate checks provided for alcoholic beverages and specialty coffee drinks only.

Regular menu service is not available, and neither menu substitutions nor modifications are possible for this special event. Please contact the Village at with any concerns about food allergies prior to confirming your participation.

Venue is fully ADA compliant.
Dining in the Edwardian era was an elegant multi-course event, nowhere more so than the grand British "palace" hotels of the era, notably the Ritz and the Savoy, and their ocean-going counterpart, the luxury liner.  Dinner on the Titanic is forever identified with the tragic sinking of the ship on the night of April 14/15, as the ship had it's fateful collision just hours after many people had finished dining.

Nearly 11 decades and three thousand miles away, Station 4 American Bistro offers Waterfront Village Members, Volunteers, and their guests a tribute dinner with recipes adapted from Last Dinner on the Titanic by Rick Archbold:

Spring Peas Salad – Peas, Romaine Lettuce, Parsley 


BRAISED SHORTRIBS Gorgonzola Polenta/ Broccolini/ Au Jus

SEARED SALMON French Lentils/ Cherry tomato vinaigrette

HALF ROASTED CHICKEN Pomme puree/ Sage butter

French Vanilla Ice Cream / Whipped cream

Soft Drinks – Fountain Soda, Ice Tea, Coffee* or Tea
A Glass of House Wine Per Guest – Red / White 

* Excluding coffee specialty drinks, which are available a la carte along with a full bar menu