Luncheon Menus - Steamships and Ocean Liners
Vintage Luncheon or Midday menus from steamship and ocean liner lines featuring great graphics and menu layouts, dating from 1900 through 1947. View menus that provided basic to elaborate luncheons for different classes of passengers.
This luncheon menu Card is for an unnamed class of passengers for a June 1900 Eastbound voyage of the S.S. Lahn of the Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen Steamship Line. The menu is written in German and English.
This luncheon menu Card is for an unnamed class of passengers for a Wednesday, 20 June 1900 Eastbound voyage of the S.S. Lahn of the North German Lloyd Steamship Line. The menu is written in German and English.
Uniquely constructed luncheon menu card from Monday, 24 July 1905 on the S.S. Moltke of the Hamburg-American Line consisting of 3 pieces of paper glued together by design. Featured quality graphics was quite common among German steamship lines of that era.
This is a lunch Bill of Fare from the Steamship Haverford of the American Line. The voyage of 16 days made for an extremely long transatlantic journey for these passengers.
This lunch Bill of Fare is for an unamed class of passengers for the 27 May 1910 eastbound voyage of the S.S. Rhein of the Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen Steamship Line. The menu is written in English and German.
Privately published reproduction of the famous Luncheon Bill of Fare from the R.M.S. Titanic feature such specialities as Cockie Leekie, Roast Beef, Veal & Ham Pie, and Virginia & Cumberland Ham.
Lunch Bill of Fare, Scandinavian-American Line, S.S. Frederik VIII, 1923 for Second Cabin passengers included both hot and cold selections. Printed in Danish Only - Primarily Scandinavian dishes.
Luncheon Bill of Fare, United American Lines (Harriman Line), S.S. Resolute, 1925 for Cabin passengers included both hot and cold selections. Menu printed in English and German. Featured Boiled Brisket of Beef, Vienna Veal Steak and the perennial favorite Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.
Lunch Bill of Fare for Sunday, 31 January 1926 on board the S.S. Berlin of the Norddeutcher Lloyd. Featured item from the menu included Corned Brisket Beef, White Cabbage with Bouillon Potatoes.
Lunch Bill of Fare for Monday, 1 February 1926 on board the S.S. Berlin of the Norddeutcher Lloyd. Featured item from the menu included Fried Home-made Sausage, Lentils German Style, and Mashed Potatoes.
Lunch Bill of Fare from Cabin Class for the 31 March 1928 Westbound Voyage of the Minnekahda from London to New York. This would probably been the first meal of the voyage for these passengers.
Extensive à la Carte Bill of Fare from the North German Line steamship S.S. Bremen features Hors d'Œuvress, Cold Dishes, Soups, Eggs, Fish, Entrées, Salads, Vegetables, Potatoes, Sweets and Ice Cream. The Specials of the day was Veal Cutlet Mazarin and Chicken Pot-Pie Américane.
Expansive Bill of Fare selections make this Tourist Cabin Luncheon a feast for the passenges. The menu features a chef's special consisting of Home Cured Corned Beef and Steamed Green Cabbage, Boiled New Bermuda Potatoes & Bran Biscuit.
Luncheon Bill of Fare featured Broiled Mackerel, Baked Pork and Beans, Braised Short Ribs of Beef and Boiled Ham.
Smaller-sized Luncheon Bill of Fare from the S.S. Drottningholm of the Swedish American Line, for Standard Class Passengers on an eastbound voyage from New York to Gothenburg.
Exquisite Luncheon Bill of Fare from the Steamship R.M.S. Mauretania of the Cunard White Star Line. Included an elegant cover with a Portrait of James II after Sir Godfrey Kneller.