New York City’s annual celebration where bikers, runners and walkers have the freedom to roam the streets from 7:00am- 1pm for three consecutive Saturdays commences August 2nd. The event that attracted more than 300,000 people in 2013 encourages a healthy activity for New Yorkers modeling events held internationally including Ciclovía in Bogotá, Colombia and the Paris Plage in France. Summer Streets extends from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park, along Park Avenue and connecting streets to 72nd street.Photo: NYMag
In addition to offering customers more than 15,000 daily flights, Delta Air Lines has introduced new sleep kits and extra amenities including ice cream for passengers seated in the economy cabin on international flights. The sleep kits, introduced to BusinessElite customers in 2013, include individual eyeshades and earplugs to aid customers traveling between continents. All trans-Atlantic flights of 3,850 miles or below will acquire updated snack offerings for morning and afternoon/evening arrivals and ice-cream service provided mid-flight from Europe to U.S flights. “Delta continues to focus on making travel better by introducing amenities that our customers find both helpful and comforting when they travel,” said Joanne Smith, Delta’s senior vice president – In-flight Service. “Adding new items in Economy on international flights improves the quality of the product and helps our customers arrive at their destination rested, entertained and refreshed.” Delta continues to enhance the customer experience in the air and on the ground. The new Terminal 4 at JFK airport opened May 2013 and terminals C and D at LaGuardia airport will receive advancements as well.
The Lowell New York has just announced an exclusive offer for guests labeled Summer In The City. Book your summer reservation before May 1st and receive an upgrade which includes complimentary breakfast for two, personalized amenities and free WiFi. The offer is valid June 22, 2014- September 2, 2014.
The Lowell is located in the heart of Manhattan at 28 East 63rd Street, between Park and Madison Avenue.
For more information call 212-605-6818 or click here.
On February 18th Carnivor Cabernet hosted an intimate dinner party in the balcony of the new restaurant The Chester located in the Gansevoort Hotel Meatpacking. The event began with guests sipping Carnivor wine and it drew a diverse mix of tastemakers and industry influencers. Male guests were fitted for a custom bespoke dress shirt courtesy of Second Button. In addition, Hook & Albert, known for their fashionable dress socks displayed their wares.
Once guests made it to their seats they were served a delicious family style dinner including Chilean sea bass skewers, marinated skirt steak, and wild salmon with Chester Mac & Cheese. For dessert, delectable double chocolate brownies and blackberry bread pudding were served to those still craving for more.
To prolong the aesthetic experience, guests continued to mingle over more Carnivor wine and were given cigars rolled by a cigar maker for after-dinner enjoyment. As a parting gift, guests were given a bottle of Carnivor wine, Hook & Albert socks, and neckwear by Bowtiecause.com
Craving an escape from the city and the snowstorm? Then book a trip to the luxurious private island Petit St. Vincent. Recently featured in Condé Nast Traveller’s list means this isle is on the radar. The island offers privacy from the outside world encouraging guests to unwind, unplug and enjoy. Currently offering 7 nights for the price of 5 should be an incentive to start packing.