Amtrak debuts new Corridor Cafe menu in Northeast

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WASHINGTON – Beginning June 13, Amtrak customers traveling onboard Acela Express and Northeast Regional trains can now choose from a new contemporary Corridor Café Menu, featuring fresh new premium products from Boar’s Head Brand as well as a wide variety of high quality snacks, drinks and sundries.

“We are pleased to introduce this new menu featuring Boar’s Head premium products for our customers to enjoy as they travel with us along the Northeast Corridor,” said Amtrak Vice President of Product Development & Customer Experience Peter Wilander. “The updated menu features premium sandwiches, salads and snacks, along with some gluten-free and vegan choices to enhance the overall Amtrak travel experience.”

The Corridor Café Menu also features premium drinks such as Makers Mark®, Cutwater™ Spirits, and LaCroix® sparkling water, and other premium items including Sahale Snacks® and Sweet Street® desserts.

This new menu is one in a series of upgrades for Amtrak customers. Amtrak is working aggressively to enhance the customer experience with improvements including modernized and cleaner trains, improved on-time performance, enhanced Wi-Fi connectivity, upgraded facilities and expanded onboard experience options. Customers have the freedom to use phones and electronic devices at all times (no “airplane mode”), the ability to travel with small pets on many trains, a generous baggage policy, large spacious seats with ample leg room, and no middle seat.

– From an Amtrak press release.

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