This was about the hundredth time most of these people had watched the movie (one couple just got into town from England for their wedding, but still couldn’t resist the lure of Torettos), so there was plenty of cheering and jokes during the screening.Toretto's Garage Recreated In Brooklyn For 'Fast & Furious' Party
In this business, the only thing more important than a fast car is your ride-or-die family. So Dom’s cousin Mikey invited his favorite friends from the neighborhood to come to Toretto’s garage in Brooklyn for a good old fashioned family cookout.
Besides our screening of 2001’s The Fast & The Furious, guests enjoyed burgers from the Hard Times Sundaes food truck, practiced their NOS injection at our Need For Speed and Fast & Furious gaming station, downed ice cold Coronas chilled in our car coolers, and sang their favorite early-2000s hits at our dedicated Ja Rule karaoke station.
Some even sat down with Jesse—our resident mad scientist— to order parts, bet their pink slips in a high-stakes card game, and got (very real) Fast & Furious tattoos from on-site artist Adam Korothy from Magic Cobra Tattoo Society. (And a very select few of our “furious family” ticketed guests even got to infiltrate the Toretto gang as undercover cops.)
But what good’s a garage without a few 10-second cars? Guests partied amongst a 2014 Scion FRS TRD, a 2007 Honda Civic,a 2010 370Z Z34 Roadster Touring, a 2003 350 Z Nismo, a 1991 ACURA NSX, and an unforgettable 1969 Chevelle SS. Everyone walked away with a custom car calendar poster. Funds were also raised for the Paul Walker Foundation.