Reality TV Personality Andi Dorfman celebrated her August 2015 cover of Resident Magazine at private supper club Omar’s La Ranita for cocktails and hors d’oeurves in New York City on Thursday, August 13th, 2015.
Guests celebrated with Resident cover girl Andi Dorfman at Omar’s downstairs VIP Room. Others celebrating were Dr. Robi Ludwig (Fox News Contributor), Mark Simone (Radio Host), Omar Hernandez (Owner, Omar’s); Tracy Stern, Michael Travin (Publisher, Resident Magazine), Pamela Jacobs (Editor-In-Chief, Resident Magazine), Lisa Bernstein (Resident Magazine), Melissa Kassis (Resident Magazine).
In the August 2015 issue of Resident, cover girl Andi Dorfman discusses her life after appearing on The Bachelorette. The former Assistant District Attorney for Fulton County, GA, who recently moved to New York City shared that she is currently working on a web series for People.com and writing a book. As for her much publicized recent breakup she told the publication, “It’s crazy—and it sucks. I know that you have to have thick skin, and it’s really easy to say that, but when you don’t come from an environment where everyone knows your business and everything is on public display, and you’re suddenly plucked from obscurity into this whole world, it’s a shock.”
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