On Today’s Menu: A Seance

14 Sep

Just read this article on restaurantnews.com and had to share. Here’s something you won’t find on most restaruants’ menus: a seance.

That’s right – Serendipity 3, a landmark restaurant in New York City, is calling in a psychic to help contact the spirits of famous Hollywood stars past. What do you think – too out to lunch, or deliciously thrilling?

Read the article on RestaurantNews.com

Landmark NYC Restaurant Serendipity 3 Is ‘Calling All Spirits’

Serendipity, in NYC. img courtesy of citysearch

Internationally renowned psychic-intuitive-medium Char Margolis will be leading a seance to contact the spirits of Serendipity past. The landmark NYC restaurant, founded in 1954, has been fodder for celebrity gossip dating back to Cary Grant and Grace Kelly, who were there on a tryst, to Andy Warhol using the restaurant as his living room. Margolis hopes to reach the many bold-faced names that frequented the restaurant including Warhol, Elizabeth Taylor, Clark Gable, Dennis Hopper, Mae West, Marilyn Monroe, Bette Davis, Marlene Dietrich, John Lennon, John Kennedy Jr., Jackie O and many more.

The event, which takes place on September 15th – the restaurant’s 57th anniversary, hopes to attract family members, co-stars, and other people connected to the stars to help make contact with the departed spirits. In addition to the guests, Serendipity will have many celebrity artifacts that will help act as conduits to reach the spirits. Items such as Andy Warhol’s signed life insurance policy, Clark Gable’s GQ Award, Jimmy Cagney’s SAG card, Mae West’s signed movie contract, an autographed photo of Marlene Dietrich, and an original Marilyn Monroe Look Magazine newsstand poster will be displayed at the restaurant, all courtesy of Gotta Have It!

“Serendipity will be hosting this seance to commemorate our 57th anniversary,” said Stephen Bruce, owner and founder of Serendipity 3.  “What better way than to celebrate with all our guests from the 57 years in business, past and present, on earth or beyond.”

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