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Enjoy Authentic Parisian Cuisine Surrounded by Matisse, Léger and Marco Del Re In the Heart of Midtown New York At Brasserie 8 ½

travel April 1, 2017 0 Comments

  Steps off Fifth Avenue is Brasserie 8 ½, an elegant embodiment of the traditional brasserie as it once thrived throughout Paris: upscale but informal, well-heeled yet democratic, refined but by no means silent, with cuisine by noted chef Franck Deletrain and original artwork by Marco Del Re, Matisse and others favored by the Louvre. Guests enter by way of…

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Karina Smirnoff Joins NYC Restaurant SUSHI ROXX

travel June 12, 2016 0 Comments

  As the trendy Japanese inspired dinner theater and club hybrid SUSHI ROXX is approaching its one year anniversary, they are excited to announce that Karina Smirnoff has signed on board to choreograph the fourth performance installment called “ROXX:RELOADED.²  Smirnoff brings 20 years of experience to make it the biggest and best show to-date.  During multiple dinner seatings, guests will be invited to a nightly spectacle where…

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Dining Expert Barbara Fairchild to Host Las Vegas’ 1st Tea Pairing Dinner on 6/16

travel June 10, 2016 0 Comments

Barbara Fairchild, noted food authority, restaurant and travel expert will host Las Vegas’ first tea pairings dinner taking place on Thursday, June 16 at Alizé at the Top of the Palms Casino Resort. For more than 30 years, she was on staff at Bon Appétit Magazine, including over 10 years as editor-in-chief. Fairchild will welcome guests and lead the beverage and culinary pairing,…

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Food: 6 Out of the Ordinary Dining Experiences in Sydney

australia food guest post travel travel planning travel tips June 7, 2013 0 Comments

  WelkinLight Photography / Food Photos / CC BY-NC A night out for dinner with friends starts at home with the usual ritual.  Keys, handbag, coat?  Check.  Wallet, phone, cab-fare? Check.  Then you get to the restaurant and its waiting for your table, sparkling or still, nibbling on bread and catching up on gossip while snatching glances of the menu. …

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blue velvet: downtown LA’s hidden gem

food pictures September 15, 2008 0 Comments

Making your way down the dark desolate street, you find the shoddy apartment building on the left. The dingy alleys and the too quiet street makes you think you were given the wrong directions. After spotting the valet and walking around the building to the back, through the parking structure, you spot Blue Velvet. Suddenly, things change. The glass doors…

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