I'm all for reliving history, but this might take it a bit far.  A restaurant in Houston is selling an experience.  An experience that allows you to enjoy the last meal that was being served on the Titanic when it went down.

The restaurant is called Cullen's:

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the last meal on the Titanic, Cullen’s is offering diners the opportunity to experience a recreation of the ten-course dinner served to first-class passengers on that fateful night. The Cullen’s Titanic Experience, which includes a ten course dinner for 12 people, will be offered for $12,000 inclusive through September 2012, and will include a $1,000 donation to the Houston Museum of Natural Science in memory of those who perished on the Titanic voyage. The evening will begin with a tour of “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. The dining party will then be transported by motor coach to Cullen’s Restaurant for what will truly be “a night to remember.” The meal will be served in the elegant atmosphere of Macy’s Table, an exclusive private dining area dramatically suspended from the ceiling above Cullen’s main dining room.

So if you have that kind of money, you can take twelve of your friends and family on the Titanic experience of food.

It may just be me but would you really want to chomp down on a meal knowing that the people who were experiencing the same meal 100 years ago died in agony moments later?