Delorean Mid-Atlantic Fall Foliage Tour IV
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Now that we finally had all our members safe at the hotel, we made announcements about dinner and some basic plans for the boardwalk car show the following day.
Dinner that night was to be at a restaurant called "The Ravioli House".  The owners of the restaurant had been a pleasure to work with and gave us huge expectations for the meal that night.  Our dinner would be served family style with several courses to help fill us up.   Dinner was to start at 7:30 and everyone was getting hungry.  We quickly set up plans to depart and get underway.


 

 


From above the cars almost look like models

Dinner at the restaurant proved to be amazing.  Food just kept coming out of the kitchen and placed on our tables.  We had soups, salads, platters of cheese and cold cuts.  There were home made pastas, chicken marsala, veal, and stuffed seafood platters.  Everything was topped off with an assortment of Italian pastries and cookies.
Every member of the club left dinner with a full stomach and a smile on their face.  The waitresses were great.  The food was to die for, and there was no lack of it to be sure!  Many of us packed up the large number of leftovers to snack on later that night.

 


Dan D., Ben Maxwell, and Gary Gore hanging out.


A local Wildwood resident gets a chance to sit in a Delorean.  Do you think he is excited?


 


Tiffany Olejnik asks "Is it time to eat yet?"

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