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Chapel Down’s English Sparkling

If I had offered you a glass of English Sparkling five years ago, I’m sure you would have laughed at me. While Champagne and Spumante are considered the Pièce de Rèsistance in France and Italy, the English expertise of Chapel Down‘s Chief Executive Officer Frazer Thompson is quickly proving that …

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Faro

With five cooks aligned in an open kitchen, the farm to table Italian restaurant Faro is creating intricately plated dishes that are approachable, mouthwatering, and simply delicious.  Without a doubt, since the earning of their Michelin star this past fall, the restaurant which translates into Lighthouse in Italian has intrigued …

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Pink Pineapple Event Design

Our senses greatly influence how we perceive the world and how we remember our experiences. We are most affected and engaged when a variety of our senses are stimulated. Does it not make sense then, to have an Event Designer who not only understands this philosophy, but practices it? History …

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Sake 101

When was the last time you boasted with your friends exclaiming  “I had this AWESOME sake last night!!”  You probably never boast about sake, and that is alright.  It is a rare beverage, and it is an acquired taste. However, when one stumbles across a delicious sake, it will most likely linger …

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RSVP Social Club NYC.

New York City. It is a place the world admires, and a city that many covet to live in – and we do! We are the few, the very happy few who grin, bare, and flourish in the sometimes harsh reality of living in the big apple. We have the …

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New York Restaurant Week

 It’s that time of year again when many restaurants humble themselves, and when hospitality professionals cringe. Yes, I’m afraid to admit that I am referring to Restaurant Week. You either love it, or you hate it. Beginning January 18th and running through February 5th, 372 restaurants in New York City …

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