Category: Nights Out

Tug Rice Art Show, NYC

Rendezvous with the Artist Tug RiceĀ 

Last Wednesday, I was invited to attend a solo art exhibition of watercolor paintings, titled “Watercolors and Greasepaint: Illustrations Inspired by the Theatre” by Tug Rice. Let’s just linger over the fact that I am so special to be invited in the first place (So very special). Theater and art, in all its forms, are things that are synonymous with… Read more →

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rendezvous En New York, travel blog,Urban Vegan Kitchen, NYC

Rendezvous at Urban Vegan Kitchen

November is my birthday month and I try to celebrate the whole month-long, just because I can. One of my favorite ways to celebrate is to go to new and old favorite restaurants. Last month I found a new favorite, it is Urban Vegan Kitchen. The Urban Vegan Kitchen opened recently and is in the lower West Side neighborhood of… Read more →

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Chandon American Summer Fete , the High Line, NYC #ChandonSquad

Rendezvous with the #ChandonSquad on the High Line

This past Saturday, I was able to attend the chicest of sparkling wine parties in New York with the “in “crowd. I love new experiences and even though I am not a drinker, I can enjoy the atmosphere of a good party. The party was thrown by Chandon USA and the theme was the American Summer Fete to celebrate a… Read more →

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A Night With KING at Le Poisson Rouge

A Night with KING At Le Poisson Rouge

Last week, I was fortunate enough to win tickets from a music website,  SoulBounce for a performance to see King on the date of their album release at Le Poisson Rouge. I definitely felt like VIP because I was put on the guest list with a plus one. And my friend Karina was my date.
Le Poisson Rouge is one of many known music venues in Greenwich Village. When we arrived the place was Read more →

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Red Bamboo NYC

Dinner At Red Bamboo

I have promised some of my blogger friends, especially InCahootsWithMuddyBoots, to highlight vegetarian restaurants that I enjoy. Well I kept that in mind when I recently visited Red Bamboo. Red Bamboo has been a mainstay in Greenwich ever since I can remember. I never get tired of visiting this tiny restaurant because the menu options are so varied and the… Read more →

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