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Emily Cherin

Super super cool! I LOVE it! You have a great sensibility. Thank you for cutting through the bs and getting down the beautiful, artistic, classic, and brilliance of this city.

Sam Mattingly

Whether you are a tourist in New York City, or a Native New Yorker looking for a good meal this holiday season,The Cornelia Street Café has put together a wonderful and extremely affordable Christmas and New Year’s Eve Menu. Especially for visitors to the city looking for high end fare but not at exorbitant prices, this will satisfy both demands. A great historical landmark Café located at 29 Cornelia Street in the West Village, it received a Mayoral Proclamation from the City of New York as “A culinary as well as a cultural landmark” and has been among the list of top restaurants listed in Best Of lists over the years including this year.

A warm atmosphere, friendly staff and freshly prepared dishes that use local distributors and supports locally grown produce. In addition to great food, owner Robin Hirsch who has been dubbed the wine Czar has put together the best wine by the glass list as well, there are flights of wines for those who like sampling.

May I suggest an addition for the holidays.


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Dear Ellie,

Could you please list our opening on May 4th from 6 to 9 pm? If you need other materials I’ll be glad to provide them.

And I hope you can make it to the opening reception of Art takes Manhattan Fair on May 4th from 6 to 8 pm at the old Robert Miller Gallery (524 West 26th Street). We have press confirmed, a fine surprising performance and the presentation of a Virtual Reality service with live demonstrations. We’ll also have a production company taking care of filming the entire show. We’ll gladly share a toast of champagne with you.

We’ll show you a collection of highly skilled contemporary art: the colossal Golden Pears that Prometheus threw at the goddesses to steal the fire, the larger than life modern angels painted by Yannick Fournié, the delightfully reminiscing warmth of Michael Beck’s paintings, and the oneiric animal floods photographed by Anna Paola Pizzocaro.
Visit our social media for sneak peeks of what’s called to be one of the best and most commented shows of Frieze Art Week.
And please let me know if you need specific information or materials or you’d like to visit the show before the opening.

Attentively yours,


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