While I have many memories of visits to Versailles, one of them particularly stands out. In the Spring of 2002, I was a Senior at Coral Gables Senior High School, and my high school prom was celebrated on a Saturday evening in April. The prom itself took place at the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach. As the party ended, everyone was looking for places to go afterwards. My date and I were with a few more people, and we decided to go to Versailles. When we got there, we were surprised to see some of our classmates already there, and after we sat with them, we saw even more people stroll in. In the end, there must have been about 30 of us. It is important to note that this occurred in the years before everyone had cell phones and social media, which means that everyone organically thought about going to Versailles without any coordination. The look on the waiters’ faces was priceless, as our arrival, in formal wear, was unexpected. Nevertheless, we were treated very kindly, and the restaurant’s staff accommodated all of us by putting tables together towards the back of the restaurant, adding additional tables and chairs as best they could. I remember thinking what a big deal it was to get home at 3 A.M. after leaving Versailles.