Touring Crew Welcomes Fall Driving Season
With Luncheon at Iconic Restaurant
ARPCA’s Porsche Touring Crew is kicking off their Fall schedule with their maiden voyage to Beaver County’s highly-acclaimed Wooden Angel restaurant (www.woodenangel.com).
The Wooden Angel has been considered one of the best fine dining locations in Western Pennsylvania since 1948. But this past Spring, its family-oriented staff re-dedicated the restaurant’s reputation to the memory of its second-generation owner, Alex Sebastian who recently passed away. Alex, who was both a culinary and nationally-recognized wine expert, built the Angel’s reputation as a destination wine-centered restaurant over the past several decades.
The Touring Crew has reserved the Angle’s atmospheric Wine Cellar Room for their September 27th excursion. The atmosphere, menu and service tend to avoid pretense and instead, focus on comfort, relaxation and taste. The menu lists a wide variety of luncheon entrees but is known throughout the Pittsburgh Region for its crab cakes, Angel Scrod, prime rib and (particularly) its Angle lamb rack. A selection of gluten-free, salads and vegetarian options are also available. Needless to say, this trip will also offer a “bonus” to anyone who wants to pair their lunch with a hard-to-find American wine selection!
The touring Crew will arrive in the Wooden Angle’s set-aside parking between 11:00 and 11:30 AM on September 27th– then move into the restaurant just before Noon. All ARPCA members and their guests are welcome, but must register in advance on MotorSportreg.com; seating is limited for this event.
The Touring Crew is an informal group that hosts luncheon events, and is always looking to welcome ARPCA members and their guests. Reservations are required by entering Motorsportreg.com, clicking on the event, and registering. Contact Tom Mueller (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Wayne Desbrow (email@example.com) for more information.