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In Manhattan’s East Village, modern Indian gastropub BAAR BAAR is reimagining Indian cuisine. “The majority of traditional Indian restaurants you visit tend to have a very formal undertone, and we wanted to create a restaurant that was more playful and less serious, all while staying authentic,” say BAAR BAAR co-owners Payal and Rajiv Sharma.
Setting sail this January is FriendShip, an experience that fuses a music festival and a cruise for four days of dancing on a ship and on a private island. This upcoming sailing will mark the second year of the event, and it will take place on the Royal Caribbean’s luxurious Navigator of the Seas and stop at Coco Cay, Bahamas for two days.
The Black Madonna, whose real name is Marea Stamper, may be best known for her work as a dance music producer and DJ, but she is also heavily involved in social justice work.
Domaine Pascal Jolivet, a well-known Sancerre producer in the Loire Valley, has recently reinstated Blanc-Fumé as its name for its Pouilly-Fume wines. The change pays homage to Jolivet’s history as it was the vintage name the winery was founded with nearly a century ago.
Just steps away from Brooklyn’s Prospect Park is neo-bistro Oxalis, where guests can enjoy a six-course tasting menu for $70. “There aren’t a lot of places where diners can have what we consider fine dining caliber food without paying $300+ per person, which is extremely inaccessible for most people,” says Oxalis director of operations Steve Wong.
Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Critically-acclaimed producer Audien boasts an illustrious career to date, as he has headlined numerous music festivals around the world and released hit tracks such as ” Something Better” and ” Never Letting Go.”
Behind every concert is a promoter who helps organize the event. Within the electronic dance music industry, James “Disco Donnie” Estopinal, Jr. is well-known for promoting events under Disco Donnie Presents and he has been doing it for 25 years.
Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Premium rum brand Flor de Caña will release V Generaciones, a 30-year-old rum aged in a single barrel since 1988. “This release ahead of our 130th anniversary in 2020 tells the story Flor de Caña, championing our rich legacy while staying true to the method we have perfected over the last five-generations,” says global ambassador of Flor de Caña Mauricio Solorzano.