As we remember the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of Titanic, a Texas eatery remembers in a very lavish way. How much would you pay to enjoy a dinner from the era of the Titanic, served on period fine china? Even the Armagnec they sip is circa 1900 and costs $4,000 a bottle. Cullen's resaurant in Houston is marking the 100th anniversary with a dinner costing $12K complete with a Titanic exhibit from the Museum of Natural Science. Each dinner party consists of 12 people and will go on (like Celine Dion's heart-sorry couldn't resist) through September when the ships relics will move to a different location. If you had the money, would you do it?