This happened during the ship's two-day stop at the Port of Los Angeles on the way to San Francisco and then Hawaii, the South Seas, New Zealand, Australia, Asia and the home port, Savona, Italy.
The menu was in both Italian and English, reflecting the ship's Italian origins and the nationality of many of the passengers (the air was thick with Italian accents when some of them debarked at Los Angeles.)
Italian olive oil and balsamic vinegar were on the tables, and you could not travel on an Italian ship without wine. The two poured that day were Villa San Martino Pinot Grigio and Cantalici Rosso Toscana.
Costa Deliziosa's round-the-world voyage sets you free from marketing, cooking and dish-washing for three and a half months. This is the lure of cruising, never mind the diet that follows after weighing the consequences.