Acela Dining Options
Exclusive to First-Class Passengers
Our rotating at-seat menu service allows Acela First Class passengers to enjoy greater dining selections while traveling.
A number of the entrees offered on the menu will be prepared using the sous vide method, which seals in taste and maintains the nutritional value of the food. Amtrak has been using this method very successfully since 1995 in the dining cars of its long distance trains. For your next ride on Acela, don't forget to try our refreshed wine selections, premium beverages, upgraded spirits and a wide assortment of Mighty Leaf teas.
View the Acela First Class Menus*
*This PDF contains three menus that rotate every two weeks.
Café Acela - Where Food and Fast Go Together
Open to All Acela Passengers
Great food is hard to find when you're rushing to catch your train. If it's Acela you're trying to catch, you don't need to settle for something just "good enough" anymore. The Corridor Café menu will not only satisfy your hunger cravings but delight your palate.
Amtrak has revamped and refreshed its Corridor Café menu by partnering with Boar’s Head and other popular brands including Makers Mark, Cutwater Spirits, LaCroix, Sahale Snacks, Dogfish Head, Dunkin’ Donuts and other quality food and beverage providers, featuring freshly prepared sandwiches, salads, snacks, freshly brewed Dunkin' Donuts coffee and craft beers. With most items priced under $9 and ready in minutes, you can save your next meal for a bistro experience aboard and savor the unique flavor of the Corridor Café.
Check out the Corridor Café Menu
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