WASHINGTON, D.C. (LOOTPRESS) – Amtrak has recently announced the launch of traditional dining options for First Class passengers in private rooms aboard the Silver Meteor and Silver Star trains.
The introduction of this highly sought-after service includes various enhancements, such as chef-prepared meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, table service with glassware, cutlery, and white linen tablecloths, vegetarian and vegan menu choices, kid-friendly options, and a complimentary alcoholic beverage with dinner.
The new menu features a selection of customer favorites, including Amtrak Signature Railroad French Toast and Three Egg Omelet for breakfast, Monte Cristo Grilled Sandwich and Natural Angus Burger for lunch, and Amtrak Signature Flat Iron Steak and Atlantic Salmon for dinner.
Traditional dining will be provided as an exclusive complimentary amenity for First Class passengers traveling in private rooms, while café service with an updated menu will be accessible to all passengers, offering a variety of meals, snacks, and beverages for purchase.
This introduction of traditional dining follows the recent unveiling of a premium menu in Acela First Class, curated by renowned restaurateur Stephen Starr.
Amtrak’s Vice President of Product Development, Fred Gazzolo, expressed excitement about the company’s ongoing efforts to enhance the travel experience for customers.
Gazzolo stated, “We are making significant improvements throughout our network to create a modern and dynamic travel experience. Traveling by train offers a one-of-a-kind journey, and we believe our First Class customers will truly enjoy this new service on these two historic routes.”
The Silver Meteor and Silver Star trains provide daily service between New York and Miami. With this announcement, they join six other routes—Auto Train, California Zephyr, Coast Starlight, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, and Texas Eagle—in offering traditional dining options for passengers traveling between Los Angeles and San Antonio.
To find out more about the new dining service and explore the menu, please visit Amtrak’s official website.