Located on an old movie sound stage in Pacoima, here you’ll be eating dinner inside a replica of the airline’s famous Boeing 747, furnished with memorabilia from actual Pan Am airplanes, and being served by a wait staff dressed in vintage Pan Am uniforms. It’s hard to tell if this place is a restaurant, a living museum, or a Britney Spears’ Toxic fever dream, so if anybody actually scores a ticket here (there’s only one seating a month), please let us which one it ends up being. Pairs of tickets start at $475 per person.
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