The sports-themed event aptly titled, “Leveling the Playing Field: The Evolving World of Sports,” allowed guests including…
The name Standard Deviation only seems befitting of a Bushwick based street-wear brand that embodies the spirit of this creative hotbed.
Royce Pinkwater doesn’t mess around. From issues as big as how to sell your New York City apartment for the highest price to as small as where to get…
Already establishing Atwood Kitchen and Bar Room, Evan Rosenberg and Daniel Rieger, opened this chic and trendy restaurant in midtown Manhattan.
On November 30, 2016, Refinery Rooftop’s first ever “End of Movember Ball” in partnership with The Meatball Shop took place.
With numerous hotel options in NYC, the Viceroy Hotel seems to have it all- a fantastic location, luxurious amenities, and rooms that exude a cool design aesthetic.
The original Knickerbocker Hotel was built in 1906 by John Jacob Astor. The Beaux-Arts Style hotel became the center of social activity, once playing host to names like Rockefeller, Fitzgerald and famed Italian tenor Enrico Caruso.
With an impeccable chef-driven cuisine, award winning wine list and top notch hospitality, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse well represents America’s traditional steakhouse.
The Carlyle name began with Carlyle on the Green almost 20 years ago when entrepreneur Steve Carl had a vision to bring people together for an exclusive one-of-a-kind event.
Relish Caterers exclusively presents, Synod House at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Synod House is a Landmark venue in the heart of Manhattan.