A La Carte Restaurant

Dee: If any gardener on Earth could force Shastas in April, my money would be on a British one. The British can grow anything, it seems, even when their climate would seem to be inhospitable to it.
 
Thanks for the link, Jim!

Sandy, I'm very jealous of British gardeners. I have lots of gardening books with gorgeous pictures in them of British gardens, and despair of my garden even coming close. I'm in southwestern Ohio and it's beautiful here now, but by August it will be blazing hot and dry. i see you are in Iowa-I grew up in Mt. Pleasant!
 
I was wondering if anyone knew how much dining in Gatti's restaurant would cost?? For the Widener party do you have any idea as to how much it would have cost him?? And do you think the Italian Waiters would have been given set tables to serve or would in have been a serve everyone kind of situation?? Or would they have worn different uniforms to the other Stewards or would it have been the same??
Thanks Guys
Matteo :)

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What sort of food would have been served in the A La Carte Restaurant?? Obviously being an Italian run restaurant my immediate opinion would be Italian style food and maybe French styles as well, would this have been the case or am i way off??
Thanks Guys
Matteo :)
 
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The administrator was Italian, yes, but the chefs were nearly all French so that would have been the dominant influence as in most of the best restaurants in London.
 
Not the pasta and pizza i was thinking then, judging by the descriptions of the place i wouldn't have minded dining there, especially if a man like Mr Widener was paying
Thanks again Bob
Matteo :)
 
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