Join us for our first drive of the year followed by a delightful
brunch with spectacular ocean views. We will meet at two Bay Area
locations to caravan to the Moss Beach Distillery.
The Distillery is
a California Point of Interest. During Prohibition it was an ideal
spot for rum running and bootleggers and became a ‘Speakeasy’
establishment. The restaurant is located on a cliff above a secluded
beach with fabulous views. It’s famous because mystery writer
Dashiell Hammett frequented the establishment and used it as a
setting for his detective stories. The restaurant also has a resident
ghost - The Blue Lady - who haunts the building. Perhaps she will
join our meeting. Bernie Stein might even tell us more about her
and many of the “private activities” that occurred at the restaurant
as he was a staff member during his teens a few years ago.
We will all assemble in the parking lot south of the entrance by
10:30 to exhibit our Cats and then start brunch at 11:00 when the
restaurant opens. The brunch includes:
Fresh baked pastries (unlimited supply)
A bottomless glass of orange juice, sparkling wine or Mimosas
Coffee or tea and so drinks
Choice of one entrée to be decided at the brunch
Cost for the brunch will be $48 per person with seating limited
to 32. Payment can be made by:
Sending a check to Phil Endliss at 37 Campbell Lane, Menlo
Park CA, 94025
PayPal either through the online JAGazette or by sending
money directly through PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Phil to charge on a credit card
Contact Phil Endliss for payment and driving instruction. Phil's contact information is Phil Endliss at 37 Campbell Ln., Menlo Park, CA. 94025. Phone number 650-854-4445, you can also pay with PayPal or Credit Card.
For those wanting to participate in the drive, we’ll meet at several locations to caravan to the Distillery including the East Bay
and the Peninsula. The exact locations will be established at the
beginning of April depending on the locations of the members
that will be attending the event.
If you drive directly to the Distillery, please allow ample time to
arrive by 10:30 as the usual beach traffic can be heavy.
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