Amtrak Introduces New First-Class Menus on Acela Trains

By Paul Riegler on 10 August 2021
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Moynihan Train Hall, Amtrak’s home in N.Y.C.

Amtrak announced it will offer new menus to passengers traveling in the first-class cars of its Acela trains.

The high-speed Acela service operates along the so-called Northeast Corridor, with express trains to and from Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.

The railroad said it was “reimagining our onboard Acela dining options in First-class with creative new options that travelers will enjoy.“

The company, which is the operator of most of the United States’ passenger rail services, will offer a new breakfast menu that includes omelettes and huevos rancheros, and lunch and dinner menus that feature chicken tandoori with basmati rice and mini naan, or an alternate of artisan fruit and cheese plates.

Passengers can order a kosher or vegan meal in advance.

Amtrak is adding a refreshed wine and beer list to the first-class Acela cabin as well that will include prosecco and Allagash White Wheat among other selections.

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