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Last Saturday, Georgetown mediterranean eatery Neyla hosted the first Koodeta brunch party of the year. And between the facepainting, transvestite dancers, and 3 liter bottles of Veuve Clicquot, it's safe to chalk up the inaugural party as a full-blown success.
[Day & Night's Brunch in NYC]
As the popularity of Guest of a Guest NYC's Battle of the Brunches will attest to, there are few things a true nightlifer enjoys more than a good party brunch. This Saturday, the boozy, bottle-service style of brunch made famous by Day & Night, LAVO, and the beaches of St. Tropez, makes its District debut.
The Battle Of The Brunches heated up this year with a slew of new contenders duking it out, from Brick NYC and Brasserie Beaumarchais, to STK Rooftop, the Dream Downtown, LAVO, Day & Night, and Duo - Here's a look back at some of the year's craziest photos on how to throw the perfect boozy brunch. More»
Ahh, the boozey brunch. With a couple of bottles of champagne and a handful of sparklers, brunch goers prepare for the Monday grind by getting wasted during the day when many people practice their religion. But who knows, maybe their religion is the brunch? On Sunday, Sunset Brunch Club brought on it's brunch game to compete with the heavy weights such at Dream Downtown, Day & Night and LAVO -- let's see how this new comer has stacked up... More»
Checking back in on the 1%: The Battle Of The Brunches continues! This past Saturday, Day & Night stepped up to the plate with their 3rd Anniversary Brunch Bash at Ajna Bar showing no signs of stopping with scantily-clad dancers, magnums of Dom, and of course- more sparklers than a birthday cake. Happy 3rd B-day Day & Night! More»
[Taking the "Champagne Superman" theme literally]
The battle of the brunches is in full force this season with STK, Dream Downtown, Day & Night and LAVO all vying for the crown. We've already given you a sneak peek into the STK and Dream Downtown -- now it's time to take a look into LAVO, with it's full force of sparklers and all. It's time to check out the competition... More»
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If you're ready for the next excuse to gather with a group, join a brunch club. Sunset Brunch Club held there most recent gathering at STK Rooftop, a wonderful example of mid morning indulging. You don't brunch? Well here's why you should. [How to throw a boozy brunch] More»
The mark of fall in NYC, for some, is the start of Fashion Week and the mayhem surrounding it's circus. For others, it's the return of the boozy weekend Meatpacking brunch scene. And, while we are patiently waiting the return of both team MPD (by the Koch Brothers) and the equally debaucherous Bagatelle brunches, we had two other Brunch Teams ring in the season this past weekend. Both taking the "Sunset" theme in their titles, check out the necessary requirements for hosting a boozy brunch party from Team Dream Hotel Downtown (technically an "after brunch" party) and come back tomorrow for a look inside STK's...It's the beginning of the Battle of the Boozy Brunches 2011!
How To Throw A Boozy Brunch Party:
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The newest brunch party in New York debuted at Brick NYC, owned and operated by Vip Manchanda and coordinated by Daniel Samandarov. Guests snacked on pizza, homemade antipastas, and antipasto by executive chef, Chopped's Warren Schierenbeck. The party at Brick went a little wild with flamboyant sparklers and champagne. Where does Brick fit in with other boozy brunches? More»
2009 was, undeniably, quite a year. NYC is always reinventing itself, as neighborhoods transform and trends emerge faster than a New York minute. We do our best to bring you all the people, places and parties; and we love seeing what you care about, most. Last year, your message was loud and clear: it's all about the smut, baby... More»
It was only a matter of time before Justin Ross Lee showed up. While the jew-jetter really relishes summer, what with polo, pastels and sun-kissed parties; fall offers no shortage of social moments to see and be seen, which is his bread and butter. Finally checking out the sister to his seasonal staple, he stopped into Day & Night in the garden at Revel, this weekend. Weighing in on the Battle of the Brunches 2009 brings the infamous JRL to our concrete playground, and we nervously wonder, for how long? Or, gulp, is he here to stay? More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.