LEGENDARY OC RESTAURANT BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
(Mr. Stox To Reopen on Aug 16 at Anaheim White House)
Mr. Stox, which was a staple on the Orange County dining scene for more than four decades, will be brought back to life for one night only thanks to Sir Bruno Serato who has graciously invited former owner Chick Marshall and General Manager Curtis Springer to take over his Anaheim White House restaurant on Thursday, August 16 starting at 7 p.m. The pair will whip up one of Mr. Stox’s classic meals featuring its famous crab cakes, lobster bisque, osso buco and New York Cheesecake for $85 per person.
Seating is limited. Reservations can be made by calling (714) 772-1381.
Mr. Stox was founded in 1968 by Harry and Maureen Fahnestock and purchased by the Marshall family in 1977. The family-operated dining establishment closed in 2013 after having earned numerous awards for its food and service; Marshall was raised in Wildwood, New Jersey at his family’s seashore resort hotel and restaurant. He is graduate of the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration.
With its close proximity to Disneyland, the elegant Anaheim White House has become a favorite destination for tourists, locals and dignitaries visiting the park. Among the luminaries from the worlds of entertainment, sports and politics are Madonna, Sidney Portier, Andrea Bocelli, Gwen Stefani, Wolfgang Puck, Derek Jeter, Oscar de la Hoya, Presidents Jimmy Carter and George W. Bush and the Crown Prince of Belgium. The Anaheim White House is located at 887 South Anaheim Blvd., in Anaheim, Orange County.