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Cinco de Mayo: Keep it cute!

4 May

We have all met these fine, fine gentleman before. Patron may have met you after work. Jose may have been there for you when things got rough. And Don? Oh Don, how we love you so.

If you’re like me, you’ve had one of the above tequilas at one time or another. And if you have experienced all three, we won’t judge you. It’s okay to dip into them all!

Cinco de Mayo just SCREAMS Tequila, so dust off your sombreros and let’s get down! Don’t grab the salt and limes just yet because we have a surprise…

Her name is Rosangel.

Check under the hood for cocktail recipes and the fabulous and exclusive restaurant in NYC that serves Rosangel at the bar!

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Taste of the Lower East Side 09.

6 May

In it’s 9th year, this annual celebration is hosted by the Grand Street Settlement. This charity gives “opportunities to low-income families and individuals by providing culturally relevant services that support community-building, advocacy, self-determination and an enriched quality of life”.

Taste of the Lower East Side, located at the Puck Building in SoHo, allows guests to sample yummies from the best bars and restaurants in LES, including wd-50, Veselka, and Allen & Delancey (hot spot!). For more information, visit Grand Street Settlement’s site. Bon appetit!

bistro + burlesque

22 Mar

Thanks to Duane Park , you can enjoy yummy bistro foods and BURLESQUE on Friday nights!

duane park burlesque

Marisa Ferrarin, a former rock band manager, has completely transformed Duane Park into a 1920’s style Parisian salon on Friday nights. Brian Newman Jazz Trio provides the live jazz tunes, Frank Locker provides the wines (for about $30 to $60 a bottle), while the likes of Legs Malone and Perle Noire grace the stage.

If you’re feeling a little risque, pay Duane Park a visit! Duane Park, 157 Duane St. (between W. Broadway and Hudson St.); 212-732-5555

Source: Tasting Table

Tea Time!

2 Mar

TeaBar: The Most Cloying Thing on the Upper East Side Since Serendipity?

 

Tracy Stern, internationally known tea purveyor, is opening a new bar on the Upper East Side. SALONTEA TeaBar will serve teas from Stern’s exclusive tea line, which includes such custom blends as “Toxic Beauty”. According to Stern’s website (www.tracystern.com), the antioxidant-rich tea blend is “used by models to lose weight”. The menu also includes a variety of tea infusions and other hot drinks, as well as madeleines and macarons. The sixteen -seat drink parlor opens March 9th at 501 East  75th Street. Anyone for a spot of tea?