Vicky & Lysander at Grand Opening

Posted on: March 18th, 2010 at 6:19 am by

A funny new concept has made its way to the Lower East Side. It’s called Vicky & Lysander, and is the latest project of Grand Opening on Norfolk Street.

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Basically, if you are planning a hoity-toity dinner party and need that extra oomph, this faux hipster couple will be your lifeline. Together, Vicky and Lysander speacialize in so-called “interactive parties.”

Here’s more from Grand Opening:

The mustachioed Lysander and his “girlfriend” Vicky will greet you as your age-old friends who are just having you over for dinner, and proceed to do whatever you want—spur stimulating dinner conversation or create an evening of frivolity that may include Pictionary, a “Purple Rain” dance party or some amateur fortune-telling.

Purchase tickets here.

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