This is the final week for Whitlow’s, at least in its current Clarendon location, but you can now bring a piece of the iconic local business home.
The long-time watering hole is auctioning off much of its decor and equipment online.
“Fans can still own a piece of Whitlow’s to keep the memories alive,” auction firm Capital Online Auctions said today in a press release. “Nearly 300 pieces of décor that gave the popular Arlington watering hole its iconic ‘funky charm’ are up for auction.”
Among the items hitting the virtual auction block are:
- An autographed Capitals jersey
- Tiki heads and other decorations
- Neon signs
- The Whitlow’s on Wilson “parrot” sign
- An antique stove from the original Whitlow’s restaurant in D.C.
The auctions are set to start closing Thursday morning (June 24).
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