The Final Fling! – Sascha’s 527 Café

August 6, 2017 – Sascha’s 527 Café

Pictured (LtoR) Gail Kaplan, Classic Catering People vice president; and Sascha Wolhandler, Sascha’s 527 Cafe co-owner

Pictured (LtoR) Peter Va de Castle, Harkins Builders superintendent; Chris Rivera, Alma Cocina Latina general manager; Liz Rivera, Videology senior operations specialist; and Timothy Duke, Whitman, Requardt & Associates architect

Pictured (LtoR) Angela Messina, Silver Sacs manager; Warren Neal, Sascha’s 527 Cafe head bartender; Dirk Roundtree, Sascha’s 527 Cafe manager/bartender; and Steve Suser, Sascha’s 527 Cafe co-owner

Pictured (LtoR) John Parker, retired lab technician; Daniel Raffel, Haute Dog owner; and Nona Nielsen-Parker, Atwater’s production manager

Pictured (LtoR) Susan Kessel, film art production designer/set decorator; Pat Burgee, film painter/artist; Vince Peranio, retired film production designer; and Joe Haviland, Baltimore-based wood sculptor

Pictured (LtoR) Steve Sobelman, Baltimore clinical psychologist; Nick James, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt regional account executive; and Anton Keating, Baltimore-based attorney

Pictured (LtoR) Nancy Longo, Pierpoint chef/owner; and Juli Yensho, Y:ART Gallery & Fine Gifts owner

Pictured (LtoR) Milton DeVaughn, Brexton Hotel sales manager; and John Richardson, Roggenart sales & business development manager

Sascha Wolhandler and her husband/business partner Steve Suser threw one last whoopdedoo in their restaurant, Sascha’s 527 Cafe, to celebrate its history as they shut its doors with the sale of the Mt. Vernon building. Everyone there there had a story to share, many of which which were about how their own careers began working for the couple “back in the day.”

Part of the evening’s fun was the eclectic buffet, as Sascha and her staff “cleaned out the kitchen,” creating a variety of tasty treats with what they had remaining in their pantry and fridge.

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