Open to All Acela Passengers
Great food is hard to find when you're rushing to catch your train. Café Acela is open on all departures and offers a wide variety of items to help make your trip aboard more enjoyable.
Café Acela features many popular brands including Crafthouse Cocktails, DiGiorno, Dogfish Head and other quality providers, featuring entrees, snacks, freshly brewed Starbucks coffee and craft beers. With most items priced under $9 and ready in minutes, you can have a bistro experience and savor the unique flavor of Café Acela.
Exclusive to First-Class Passengers
We look forward to welcoming you in Acela First Class. Once onboard, you'll enjoy complimentary at-seat meal and beverage service provided by our onboard staff of First Class attendants. Selections include freshly prepared chef inspired entrees as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Menus rotate approximately every three weeks.
Acela Cart Service
Available for Business Class Customers on Select Departures
Stay comfortable in your seat and enjoy a bite to eat. We're excited to offer an option to purchase a selection of food and beverages at your seat with our new Acela Cart Service. From February through April, customers in Acela Business Class on select departures between Washington, DC, and New York City will have the ability to purchase exclusive new food items, wine by the glass, beer and other alcoholic beverages directly from a roving cart. Cart service can be found on these trains:
- Wednesday - Friday: Trains 2168, 2169, 2159 and 2122
- Saturday: Trains 2252, 2253, 2249 and 2218
- Sunday: Trains 2252, 2253, 2213 and 2222
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