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Angelyne: Ride in Pink Corvette / Dinner with John Rabe & Angelyne
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $1,050 USD to justinhaut
- Number of Bids
- 7 - Bid History
Message from John Rabe:
"For decades, Angelinos have been fascinated by Angelyne, the original woman famous for being famous. You’ve seen her billboards, her movie cameos, and her shocking pink Corvette. Turns out, Angelyne is a loyal KPCC listener herself, and she’s offered to take you for a ride in her car, then meet you, your friend, and me for dinner. She is not only a hoot to hang out with, with stories galore, but an excellent driver, too."
Dinner comes courtesy another friend of Off-Ramp, Bobby Green at 1933 Group. We’ll be dining at Harlowe, the flagship of the group’s cocktail venues that include The Idle Hour, Oldfield’s, Bigfoot Lodge, and Sassafras. 1933 Group describes Harlowe as “a place out of time, a floor-to-ceiling tribute to Hollywood's Golden Age, complete with vintage decor, custom fixtures, and original turn-of-the-century portraiture on every wall. With a cocktail program designed by renowned NY mixologist Dushan Zaric, Harlowe boasts a fantastic list of classic and original cocktails, draft and bottled drinks, homemade libations and more. The menu is rounded out by consulting chef Eric Greenspan's old-meets-new dishes, which elegantly compliment Harlowe's tastefully ambitious decor.”
It will be a night to remember.
Angelyne gives Off-Ramp a ride in the pink Corvette: http://www.scpr.org/programs/offramp/2015/02/26/41724/famous-for-being-famous-icon-angelyne-lets-off-ram/
Off-Ramp visits The Idle Hour, 1933 Group’s lovingly restored wine barrel bar in North Hollywood: http://www.scpr.org/programs/offramp/2015/01/20/41179/roll-out-the-barrel-first-look-inside-restored-idl/
Angelyne, John Rabe, and Harlowe
Angelyne poses for fans in Hollywood, 2015. Credit: John Rabe
Interior, Harlowe. Courtesy 1933 Group
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