T-Bar Steak & Lounge: Iconic Upper East Side Restaurant Presents a Symphony of Classic Dishes

 

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Upper East Side hotspot T-Bar Steak & Lounge, which has been warmly embraced by New Yorkers since it first opened its doors in 2007, is noted for its perfect execution of classic dishes. The restaurant’s Executive Chef Ben Zwicker, previously of the Four Seasons, Aureole and Petrossian, makes T-Bar’s classic steakhouse fare relevant and exciting, while also putting his unique twist onto other classic dishes.

Owner Tony Fortuna celebrated 20 years of owning the space on the corner of 73rd and 3rd Avenue in April 2015, previously known as The Lenox Room. T-Bar is a well-loved mainstay, still buzzing with its loyal following night after night. Fortuna says there is no magic formula to achieve this sort of long-running success. “I think guests trust our kitchen and love our relaxed but vibrant atmosphere.”

Diners are able to begin a meal at T-Bar with its unique spin on chicken wings Angel Chicken Wings with a Tamarind Glaze, or enjoy its classic take on Guacamole to split with the table. T-Bar also redefines the classic Kale Salad by including apple and sesame into it while drizzling it in a sumptuous chili-lime vinaigrette. Also available on its delectable appetizer menu are the popular Seared Spanish Octopus, Yellowfin Tuna Tartar, and Vietnamese Shrimp Roll.

A meal at T-Bar Steak & Lounge would not be complete without ordering a favorite from The Steak Bar, which features an impressive range of superbly-cooked Certified Black Angus Cuts of beef including its Black Angus Porterhouse for two served with your choice of Steak Sauce, Béarnaise Sauce or Poivre Sauce. T-Bar offers wealth of additional American classics including its signature Crusted Tuna served with Soy, Wasabi Rémoulade and Seaweed Salad or its Roast Free Range Chicken with truffle jus.

Cap the evening off with irresistible desserts like the must-have Banana Parfait Mille Feuilles, with coconut and caramel sauce or the decadent Chocolate Sundae served with brownie, chocolate sauce and cream.

For more information, visit www.tbarnyc.com/

 

 

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NFL Football Season at Philippe Launch with The Over/Under Viewing Party for New York Giants VS Atlanta Falcons Game

New York’s leading upscale Chinese restaurant Philippe launched its reserved seating and private dining options for the NFL football season with its invitation only Over/Under party, which showcased the NFL’s second week matchup between the New York Giants and the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, September 20th, 2015.

The event acted as a preview for Philippe’s private dining specials it will have through the duration of the NFL’s 2015 season. Available by reservation only, diners at Philippe will enjoy a three course meal as they watch each week’s NFL action in its second floor dining space or four courses along with an open bar in private within either of its two wine cellars. Prices for the NFL special start at $65 per person.

The game was screened on HDTV’s in the restaurant’s second floor private dining rooms and inside its exclusive wine cellars, with additional furniture provided by Joe Miller of Genesis Events to enhance the ambiance of the room. Guests enjoyed complimentary dishes from Philippe’s kitchen and beverages served by Philippe’s head bartender Bobian Demce courtesy of Avion Tequila including its Reserva 44 ultra-premium tequila, Double Cross Vodka and Palette of Wines.

Guests in attendance included: Abraham Merchant (Owner, Philippe Chow); Steve Boxer (Owner, Philippe Chow); Edis Julevic (General Manager, Philippe Chow); Amy Gottenberg; Lynne White (TV Anchor); George Wayne (Columnist); Michael Sokolow; Dale Cohen (Interior Designer); Anita Sarko (Producer); Nicole DiCocco (Executive Director, H.O.P.E. Foundation for a Better Tomorrow); Dr. Pia Lieb; Dion Moore (Stylist, Angelo David Salon); Shari Frank (Carbon New York) Joe Miller (Genesis Events); Jose Castellano (Palette of Wines).

Along with complimentary food and beverage, guests participated in a silent and live auction for sports memorabilia and experiences, courtesy of Grandstand Sports, with a portion of the proceeds going towards the Alzheimers Association of New York City. Items up for bid included meeting Yankees Legend Mariano Rivera & All-Star Dellin Betances at “A Salute to Pinstripes” Private Event in NYC.

In addition, guests also participated in a raffle to win a $250 Philippe gift card to be used towards a future visit. At the event’s conclusion, all attendees received a gift card for complimentary drinks for their next visit to Philippe.

About Philippe:

Owner and Executive Chef Philippe Chow, formerly of acclaimed Manhattan restaurant Mr. Chow, puts his own contemporary and upscale spin on traditional Beijing-style cuisine at Philippe. All Philippe signature dishes, like the famed Chicken Satay, perfectly glazed and crispy Peking Duck, Green Prawns, and Filet Mignon and Broccoli, are served in generous portions and family-style, giving all guests the opportunity to be part of a lively and social dining experience.  Chef Chow presents complex flavors with a modern flair, bringing freshness and vitality to traditional Chinese cuisine.

Philippe has remained a hotspot since it opened in 2005, attracting a steady stream of A-list celebrities including Rihanna, Kobe Bryant, Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Oprah. Philippe has received top culinary accolades including, “Best Peking Duck” from the NY Observer and “Best in Chinese” by Zagat.

For more Information, Visit: www.philippechow.com

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NY PEAS: The Dynamic Duo Helps Parents Navigate the Education Maze With The Private School Admissions Guide

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The New York City Private School admissions process can be daunting and at times overwhelming even for the most high-achieving New York parents seeking the best educational start for their child.

Education experts Jennifer Brozost and Vimmi Shroff of Private Education Advisory Service (PEAS), have experienced both ends of the private school admissions process both as admissions officers at top New York City private schools and as parents of children within the private school system. They have decided to compile their experiences into the second edition of their guidebook The NYC Private School Admissions Handbook.

In this book they share their hard-earned expert advice on how to navigate this often stressful process. From helpful timelines to helping families fill out applications and write essays to finally identifying the right and best schools for your child, PEAS have you and your child’s first steps in education covered in this essential new book.

Today top private schools in New York City can receive hundreds of applications, so the competition can seem as fierce as the Ivy League Colleges. It’s critical for parents to know which schools to pick, when to start applying, who to ask for recommendation letters, what to say in interviews, and all the hidden tricks. Each chapter takes the parent through each of the various phases of private school admissions from nursery school up to high school, detailing the needs of applicants along the way. They offer their advice for everything from when to start researching schools, to building relationships with school officials to inevitably how to figure how which schools would be the best fit for your child.

As qualified teachers, they have taught in classrooms and have over 15 years of private school experience and knowledge. Vimmi grew up in India where she completed her Undergraduate degree in Business and Economics, and they both completed their Masters Degrees in Education.

The book is published by Virgo EBooks Publishing and is currently available on Amazon.com for Purchase for $24.99.

About NY PEAS

Co-founded by Jennifer Brozost and Vimmi Shroff, NY PEAS help hundreds of children and families navigate the competitive and notoriously stressful process of applying to New York City private schools. Brozost attended New York University and received her Master’s degree in Education from Columbia University’s Teacher’s College.  Brozost has her degree in the advanced teaching of Reading and Writing from Columbia University’s Reading and Writing Project. Brozost taught second grade and has worked in the admissions office of a prominent New York City private school. Shroff completed her Undergraduate degree in Business and Economics in India. She has a Master’s in Education from New York University. Shroff taught at various private schools in New York City. Shroff has worked as an admissions officer as well as a Director of Admissions at various New York City private schools.

For more information: www.nypeas.net  

 

Online Social Concierge Service myEZBZ Fixes Life’s Problems with a Few Keystrokes

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For the first-time, there is an online social concierge service which enables its users in real-time to connect with businesses who then compete with each other to secure the job.

In the past, to find reputable companies for repairs or services, you would look them up in the Yellow Pages. Nowadays, people often consult Yelp or Google to find the best repairs. One would think the advent of the internet would mean better service, right? However, both of these options share one thing in common—the top listed providers pay top dollar to be listed first, potentially leaving small business with small budgets and staffs with exemplary service buried in the search results. The myEZBZ platform flips the script by making it impossible to use capital or business size to gain leverage in the bidding process.

myEZBZ allows its registered users to fill out a free request for services ranging from home repairs to finding a new personal trainer and everything in between. Within the autofill form, users can include any and all details along with images if desired. Then, the myEZBZ platform which is available for free in both the Apple App Store and in Google Play Store, utilizes smart and radius technologies to contact all businesses, all of which have been screened by EZBZ to ensure their legitimacy, within the user’s area with the specific details of their request. Businesses can then reach out to the user who posted the request, at the cost of only $1.00 per response, with competing bids allowing the user to pick the best vendor for the service they require. When a user is deciding which service provider is best, they are able to view a company profile for each vendor. Along with the basics of the business, each profile includes badges based on the services they offer. From sustainable business to gay friendly to ecofriendly, there are over 500 different badges businesses can earn on the EZBZ app. Once a user has combed through the profiles of the vendors that submitted a bid and made a selection, that transaction is then made private and taken off-app.

For businesses, besides paying the $1.00 fee to respond to a service request, there is no other way to get ahead within the myEZBZ platform, and that’s exactly the way EZBZ Founder and CEO Shana Schlossberg wants it. Established in 2011, Schlossberg started EZBZ, Inc. to pursue her passion of helping small businesses grow and empowering their owners. After 15 years working in the telecom industry, she noticed that large businesses could utilize capital or additional resources to be listed amongst the top business providers in the Yellow Pages. Sometimes, these companies are not necessarily the best, but they have the resources which allow them to better leverage their position and thus leave competition, which may be smaller yet may provide better service, in the dust. Businesses looking to advance their position within the app through pay to play tactics will be left disappointed, as every business pays the same $1.00 fee to respond to any and all requests submitted by users.

EZBZ, Inc. has recently launched partnerships with various businesses to create a widget to provide services to facilitate installation items purchased. For example, in May 2015, EZBZ, Inc. launched a partnership with New York electronics institution B & H Video to enable users at checkout the option to find a service provider to install products purchased. In the future, EZBZ, Inc. plans to launch additional partnerships within the business, insurance property management and additional Ecommerce platforms. Currently available only in the United States, EZBZ plans to launch in different countries with the goal of aiding small businesses on a global scale.

ABOUT EZBZ:

Established in 2011, EZBZ is a social and honest marketplace where users post whenever they seek out a product or service, and responses are generated in the form of competitive bids from local businesses. Once a query is entered, EZBZ identifies and notifies local vendors that offer that product or service, sending them a request allowing them to respond with pricing and availability. Users typically begin receiving responses from businesses in minutes and, in many cases, with accurate pricing, thus saving the consumer time spent making phone calls, comparing prices or searching online. EZBZ’s goal is to offer its users a solution that is simple, efficient and affordable, while empowering thousands of local businesses that now have an equal opportunity to bid for a consumer’s business.

For more information visit www.myezbz.com

 

The Moms and Chevy Tristate Presented A MAMARAZZI® Breakfast Event with Nancy O’Dell to Celebrate her Collection with EVINE LIVE at Il Valentino Osteria

THE MOMS, Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein, hosts of the SiriusXM radio Stars program The MOMS with Denise & Melissa, hosted a Mamarazzi® Breakfast Event with Entertainment Tonight Host and Fashion Designer Nancy O’Dell on Thursday, September 10th, 2015 at Il Valentino Osteria. The event, hosted in conjunction with Chevy Tristate, brought together influential moms and media, to celebrate Nancy’s new clothing line for digital commerce enterprise EVINE Live.

 Guests at the event were treated to a delicious buffet from Il Valentino Osteria, a new Tuscan eatery from Restauranteur Mirso Lekic located in the Sutton Place neighborhood on Manhattan’s Upper East Side at the corner of 59th and 1st Avenue. Executive Chef Erminio Conte prepared breakfast omelets including a Spinach Omelet with mushrooms, tomatoes and sage and pancakes served with strawberries, blueberries, whipped creamand syrup. In addition, guests were treated to Pizza Margarita freshly baked in the restaurant’s brick oven.

Guests gathered to enjoy the food at Il Valentino Osteria, while participating in a Mamarazzi®town hall Q&A with The MOMS Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein and guest of honor, Entertainment Tonight Host Nancy O’Dell.

O’Dell was there to launch her eponymous fashion collection, which will debut this Friday, September 11th, 2015 and Saturday September 12th, 2015 onEVINE Live, which you can find on cable TV and online at www.evine.com.  O’Dell, who was wearing one of the signature jumpsuits from her new line, said that she drew her design inspiration from wanting something sophisticated, but with a youthful edge and listed Alexander McQueen and Alexander Wang as design inspirations. In the future, she plans on expanding her line beyond womenswear, and she said that her daughter wants her to design a children’s line. “She’s actually already given me drawings of things to make for her,” she said.

Nancy also discussed balancing life with her work as Host of Entertainment Tonight. She said that despite the ever-changing nature of the news business, she occasionally needs to be available at a moment’s notice. “As host of Entertainment Tonight, I’ve learned that when they need you they can find you,” she said mentioning all the various ways they can reach her if need be. With that said, she said that she makes sure that she is at the special moments and events in her family’s life.

Along with trying to be there for her family for all special occasions, she said she’s the homework helper at home. “I normally do the homework with my daughter,” she said, “Right now my husband is doing it since I’m out of town and he couldn’t believe how early kids learn things these days. He said he was having to explain supply and demand to our little 8 year old!”

As for what she has yet to personally accomplish, she said she wants to bring more awareness to ALS, a disease her mother was afflicted with. For this, campaigns such as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge are close to her heart as O’Dell is also the spokesperson for ALS.net. Once O’Dell mentioned the challenge, Denise Albert challenged the entire room to partake in it and make donations to als.net, following which Il Valentino Osteria supplied ice buckets to make sure that everyone could participate and spread awareness of this cause.

ABOUT THE MOMS:www.themoms.com

Denise Albert and Melissa Musen GersteinTHE MOMS, are co-creators of a multi-platform lifestyle brand featured on TV, online, in print, in taxicabs and now on radio nationwide. The MOMS are hosts of the SiriusXM radio Stars program The MOMS with Denise & Melissa.  Albert and Gerstein have turned motherhood into a platform that reaches millions of parents each year.  The MOMS created a town hall event series that they moderate called Mamarazzi® where they provide influential moms and media with access to celebrities to discuss issues surrounding parenting.  Recent Mamarazzi events have included celebrity guests Sarah Jessica Parker, Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, Jennifer Garner, Kevin James, Elizabeth Banks, Tina Fey, Hugh Jackman and Pitbull. THE MOMS regularly partner with film distributors and book publishers to present engaging and informative conversations around topics important to parents year round. They have also been spokespersons for Netflix family programming. Albert and Musen Gerstein have presented their fashion show for moms during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week three times called Strut, The Fashionable Mom Show, which they co-founded and showcases a wide range of apparel for real moms. This is the first runway show where the models are all moms – in all shapes and sizes – featuring affordable and fashionable options for a diverse audience.  All mom models walk to raise awareness for their favorite cause. From 2010-2011, The MOMS created and hosted a half-hour TV show with NBC called Moms & the City and A Dad Named David.  The MOMS are regular contributors to The Huffington Post Parents and Denise to Huffington Post Divorce and have appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America and Fox News Channel among many others. Albert is an “independent” mom (don’t call her a “single mom”) to two boys and Gerstein is happily married and a mom of three.

About EVine Live Inc: www.evine.com 

EVINE Live Inc is a digital commerce company. The Company offers customers multiple ways to shop and interact via television, online and on mobile devices in the merchandise categories of Home, Beauty, Health & Fitness, Fashion & Accessories, Jewelry & Watches and Consumer Electronics. Its established franchise includes access to 87 million cable and satellite television homes and is also available nationwide via live streaming at www.evine.com.

ABOUT IL VALENTINO OSTERIA: www.ilvalentinonyc.com

Four years after its famous 56th Street location closed its doors, the Il Valentino brand has re launched at a new, more intimate location in Manhttan’s Upper East Side. Il Valentino Osteria brings the same simple, Tuscan delicacies the original was known for into an exciting new space. In the new and improved Il Valentino Osteria, they utilize its beautiful brick oven to bake homemade breads for the table and for its fresh-made pizzas. In addition, all pastas and sauces are homemade. Il Valentino Osteria is open seven days a week 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM Monday-Saturday and 10:00 AM- 10:00 PM Sundays.

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Manhattan Moonshine Leads the Whiskey Renaissance with World’s First Premium Un-Aged Whiskey

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With cocktail culture booming in the United States, there is certainly no shortage of Speakeasies and high-end mixology bars in New York City, but what some of the best ones have in common is a revolutionary new Un-Aged Whiskey called Manhattan Moonshine, which is rapidly emerging as a number one choice for the discerning drinkers of New York.  Inspired by the cocktail renaissance that occurred during American Prohibition and the glamorous yet subversive nightlife that accompanied it, Manhattan Moonshine is the world’s first luxury Un-aged Whiskey and has been developed to be the perfect Whiskey for cocktails.

 As mixologists continue to push the envelope with wilder cocktail ingredients and combinations and as more and more consumers begin to explore Whiskey, a need has arisen for an approachable, versatile Whiskey. Enter Manhattan Moonshine, an un-aged whiskey that delivers Whiskey’s naturally sweet, grain forward flavor to an ever expanding array of cocktails. Since it is not aged in barrels, Manhattan Moonshine has none of the heavier barrel flavors like Oak and Smoke that make Aged Whiskeys less approachable and harder to mix.  This means that it can be used in an almost endless variety of cocktails, using flavors and ingredients that no Aged Whiskey can mix with. These range from traditional ingredients such as grapefruit juice or tonic water to more exotic ingredients such as lavender, black walnut peel, or saffron.

 This versatility is on display at cocktail havens such as Bar Cyrk in Tribeca, Botanic Lab on the Lower East Side, and OTTO in Greenwich Village. Each venue offers Manhattan Moonshine based cocktails that feature ingredients such as Matcha Green Tea, Lambrusco (Sparkling Red Wine), and Fernet Branca, much to the delight of the Whiskey lovers and cocktail enthusiasts alike.  It is not just experimental cocktail bars that love Manhattan Moonshine however, storied institutions such as the Harvard Club and the Montauk Yacht Club also serve this un-aged whiskey. These establishments are finding that something as simple as a Manhattan Moonshine and tonic is a welcome twist on a classic order and a great way for them to give their guests something familiar but memorable.

 A popular misconception is that moonshine is cheaply made, harsh tasting and made in the backwoods has led people to believe that it cannot be considered a premium spirit. It is this misconception that gave birth to modern day “moonshines” packaged in mason jars or faux-jug-style bottles. In actuality, much of the moonshine that was produced during Prohibition, the high water mark of moonshine production, was produced by sophisticated distilleries that operated in secret, and what they produced flowed into high-class Speakeasies across the country. Now that moonshine is being produced legally, moonshine has come to refer to any Un-aged Whiskey. As for taste and quality, moonshine, like any other liquor, reflects the quality and craftsmanship that went into it.

 In the case of Manhattan Moonshine, the quality of craftsmanship is paramount. Whereas other moonshines are made by following traditional Aged-Whiskey or Bourbon recipes and excluding the final step of barrel aging, the recipe for Manhattan Moonshine was developed from the outset to create an Un-Aged Whiskey. The formula was carefully created during a year of experimentation by Manhattan Moonshine Founder and CEO, William Kehler, and Master Distiller and author, Ian Smiley, who literally wrote the book on moonshine. The result of this work is a unique grain bill featuring a combination of Oats, Rye, Spelt (an ancestral form of wheat) and Malted Barley, and a unique production process.  With its unique grain bill and production process, Manhattan Moonshine is able to deliver a smooth, grain-forward, Whiskey flavor that no other Un-Aged Whiskey is able to create, and the versatility that this creates is what has enabled it to quickly become a serious player in the New York cocktail scene.

 Manhattan Moonshine launched in late last year in its unmistakable 750 ml Art Deco decanter, at an MSRP of $49.99.

 About Manhattan Moonshine:

Manhattan Moonshine is the world’s first luxury Un-Aged Whiskey and has been designed to be the perfect Whiskey for cocktails. The Manhattan Moonshine Company, LLC was established in 2013 by William Kehler to create the greatest Un-Aged Whiskey ever made and to use it to establish Un-Aged Whiskey as a legitimate expression of Whiskey that is competitive with Aged-Whiskey in flavor, quality, and class. Using a unique grain bill featuring a combination of Oats, Rye, Spelt (an ancestral form of wheat) and Malted Barley, and a unique production process, Manhattan Moonshine is able to deliver a smooth, grain-forward, Whiskey flavor that no other Un-Aged Whiskey is able to create.   William is a New York City native and Whiskey enthusiast who is fascinated by the Prohibition era, Art Deco design and the Jazz age.  William collaborated for over a year with whiskey expert, Ian Smiley to create the unique formulation.

For More Information, Visit: www.Manhattan-Moonshine.com 

For locations to find Manhattan Moonshine, visit: https://www.zeemaps.com/map?group=1267346

To Purchase Manhattan Moonshine online, visit: https://manhattan-moonshine.passionspirits.com/manhattan-moonshine-750ml.html

 

The 11th Annual Charles Evans PCF Pro-AM Tour 2015 Hamptons Tennis Tournament Benefiting Prostate Cancer Foundation

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The Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tennis Tour was held in Southampton, NY, over the weekend on Friday, August 28, to Sunday, August 30, 2015, raising over $4 million for the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF). This wonderful event, returning for its eleventh year, consists of a round robin tournament teaming 32 amateur tennis players with a current member of the ATP Tour or with one of the legends of tennis for two days of competition.

Guests and participants enjoy dining and socializing, along with the tennis, with the purpose of raising funds for PCF in its efforts to eradicate prostate cancer which affects one in seven American men.  The event kicked off on Friday with a cocktail party and dinner hosted by Bob and Deanna Adler in Southampton.  On Saturday, the first three rounds of the Pro Am tournament took place on private courts followed by a private luncheon for players at the home of Dean Palin.  In the afternoon, Mike Milken led a discussion on the “The End of Cancer and Other Life-Threatening Diseases” at Villa Maria in Water Mill.  Saturday’s events culminated in a gala at the Parrish Art Museum where guests were treated to performances by Natalie Cole, David Foster, Rubin Studdard, Emily West, Forte and Shelea Frazier.  Guests closed the evening dancing to a strong performance by Super Diamond.  On Sunday, guests enjoyed lunch and the final rounds of the Pro-Am Tour at the Shinnecock Tennis Club and the weekend concluded with the Trophy Award Ceremony in the late afternoon.

This year’s amateur players included: Bill Ackman, Bob Adler, Bob Bales, Marie Bernstein, Jerry Cohen, Jim Coleman, Mark Ein, Niko Elmaleh, Mark Fabry, Ralph Finerman, Bill Finneran, Glenn Fuhrman, Danny Govberg, Jeff Greene, Sammy Herzberg, Arik Kislin, Jesse Lee, Larry Leeds, Howard Marks, Don Marron, George Norcross, Chris Oberbeck, Dean Palin, Joel Pashcow, John Paulson, Brian Reynolds, Bob Rozenkranz, Ricky Sandler, Zach Schreiber, Barry Sternlicht, Doug Teitelbaum and Renee Willett.

Pro players included: Mario Ancic, Alex Asta, Alex Bogomolov Jr., Alex Bury, Guillermo Canas, Scott Davis, Amer Delic, Ashley Fisher, Colin Fleming, Teymuraz Gabashvili, Robby Ginepri, Treat Huey, Luke Jensen, Don Johnson, Robert Kendrick, Mark Knowles, Ivan Kokurin, Rick Leach, David Marrero, George Meyer, Frederik Nielson, Graydon Oliver, Jared Palmer, Mark Philippoussis, Jason Pinsky, Richey Reneberg, Bobby Reynolds, Cyril Saulnier, David Schneider, Jonathan Schneider, Andres Siljestrom and Vince Spadea.

RESULTS:

Team 1 versus Team 2:  Winner was Arik Kislin; Runner-up was Mark Ein

Team 3 versus Team 4:  Winner was Jim Coleman; Runner-Up was John Paulson

Team 5 versus Team 6:  Winner was Bob Bales; Runner-Up was Niko Elmaleh

Team 7 versus Team 8:  Winner was Jesse Lee; Runner-Up was Bill Finneran

The Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tennis Tour consists of four exciting tournaments each year that are calendared during peak season at each venue.  Each location brings an opportunity to provide not only a unique and individual experience for the amateur player but provides a platform to the community to generate awareness of prostate cancer and the work of the Prostate Cancer Foundation. The PCF Pro-AM Tennis Tournaments has raised over $12.5 million to date over 13 years.

The Pro-Am Tour is a fitting memorial to the life of Charles Evans.  He was committed to helping others, turning his personal tragedies into philanthropic causes.  Charles Evans, an avid tennis player, would be proud of what is being done to fight prostate cancer through these events.  An advocate for the improvement of quality in all lives, he championed many causes including Alzheimer’s, fire safety, health and education.  Charles had a true zeal for life.  From WWII veteran to successful entrepreneur, feature film producer, to a dedicated philanthropist, Charles left his mark and the impact is still being felt today.

Firmly committed to curing prostate cancer, the Prostate Cancer Foundation is the leading philanthropic organization funding and accelerating research globally. Since 1993, its unique strategies for identifying and investing in the most promising research programs have generated life-saving results. The organization channels resources to the world’s top scientific minds—cutting red tape and encouraging collaboration to speed breakthroughs.

As a champion for increased government and private support, PCF has helped build a global research enterprise of nearly $10 billion. Through the generous contributions of our donors, it has funded more than 2,000 programs at more than 200 research centers in 18 countries. For more than 16 million men and their families fighting prostate cancer globally, PCF is a primary source for new standard-of-care and research information. It connects patients, loved ones, care providers and scientists to critical updates, the latest developments, best practices and news from the treatment pipeline.

For further information on the PCF, please visit http://www.pcf.org/

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Doug Teitelbaum, Mark Philippoussis
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Laura Niklas, Bonnie Pfeiffer Evans
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Prostate Cancer Foundation Hosted An Evening of Dining, Dancing and Other Surprises in Support of the 11th Annual Charles PCF Pro-AM Tennis Tournament

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Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF), a nonprofit organization which remains steadfast in its commitment to identify and fund groundbreaking cancer research programs to save the lives of millions, hosted its annual gala at the Parrish Art Museum in Watermill, NY on Saturday, August 29, 2015. The weekend’s events raised over $4 million, which is a record for this event.

 The gala was hosted in support of the 11th Annual Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tennis Tournament being held from August 28 – 30, 2015, named after the successful entrepreneur who constantly turned tragic events throughout his life into philanthropic causes. The gala evening, catered by Robbins Wolfe, was a celebration featuring cocktails, dining and special performances from Natalie Cole and David Foster with special guests including American Idol Winner Ruben Studdard. 100 percent of the funds raised throughout the evening went to supporting groundbreaking discoveries in cancer research.

 The night began with a short quiz by the Founder of the Prostate Cancer Foundation Michael Milken, who asked questions about magic to the crowd of gala guests such as what caused Famous Illusionist Harry Houdini’s Death, Peritonitis, and what was the first book of magic called, The Discoverie of Witchcraft (1584). Fellow performer David Foster then introduced the first performer Natalie Cole, with whom he had just wrapped up an Asian tour.

Once she got onto stage, she began her set by telling the audience, “This is going to be one of the shortest sets I ever did, so listen carefully.” She began her set with her song “Almost Like Being In Love” and did a couple of covers including Renee Olstead’s “What A Difference a Day Makes.” Then she performed “Unforgettable,” her Grammy award-winning duet with her father Legendary Singer Nat King Cole, which was also the first song she had produced by fellow performer David Foster, which was received with loud applause. As she performed, video of her father singing along to the song played on TVs behind her and were interspersed with images of her and Nat while growing up. She closed her set with her father’s famous track “L.O.V.E.”

 Following Cole’s set, Milken discussed the young investigators program and the funding the Prostate Cancer Foundation is doing on their behalf. As he defines them, these young investigators are young scientists in their 30s who have received all of the advanced degrees and research experience to run their own labs, however they lack the funding. It is these investigators, he said, that are leading to groundbreaking advancements in cancer research. Currently, PCF works with 153 of these young investigators who are currently researching 22 candidate molecules for cancer research, and these investigators have impacted the creation of six different FDA- Approved Prostate Cancer drugs. Following the presentation and quiz questions discussing these young investigators, Milken asked gala attendees to pledge $75,000 over the course of three years, then $75,000 for one year and then $25,000 for one year. At the conclusion of the fundraising portion, he said, “next year we will tell you how each of our young investigators changed the world.”

After a video introduction, David Foster began his set, during which he invited many of his friends to the stage to perform as he accompanied on the piano, first being Emily West, a runner-up on Reality TV competition show America’s Got Talent. She performed a couple of songs including “Nights In White Satin,” a song she performed while competing on the show. David Foster & Emily West performed The Prayer, a song David Foster wrote for Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli, and halfway through the song, David Foster cut her off and said that this is meant to be a duet and introduced Forte, another top competitor on America’s Got Talent. Forte participated in a contest to see who could hold the longest note with Foster and Nathan Gunn, a baritone opera singer in the crowd that evening. At the conclusion of Forte’s set, Foster brought Shelea Frazier to the stage, who performed two songs from The Bodyguard including a cover of Whitney Houston’s rendition of “I Will Always Love You.” Halfway through the performance of I Will Always Love You, American Idol winner Ruben Studdard joined them on stage. David Foster said “Ruben Studdard has a talent, he can write a song on the spot. So let’s write one for tonight’s event.” The crowd names the song, ”A Cure Is On the Way” and Studdard improvised the words as he sang. The show ended with a group rendition of Hey Jude, then Michael Milken thanked David Foster and asked everyone to go to the other stage. At the other stage, guests danced the night away to Super Diamond, a Neil Diamond cover band.

 Notable attendees included: Michael & Lori Milken (Founder), Natalie Cole (Performer), David Foster (Performer), Jim Coleman & Cynthia Ott (Host), Bob & Deanna Adler (Host), Seth & Marie Bernstein (Host), Jeff & Mei Sze Greene (Host), Mitchell Modell (Host),  Glenn & Jennifer Myles (Host), Bonnie Pfeifer Evans (Host; Chair, Charles Evans Foundation), Stewart Rahr (Host), Artie & Selma Rabin (Host), Dean Palin (Host), Dr. Joel Pashcow (Host), Leon & Leeza Wagner (Host), John Paulson, Joe Torre, Marla Maples, Jason Binn, Frank Luntz, Richard Kind, Former New York Governor David Patterson, Dr. Jonathan Simons (CEO, Prostate Cancer Foundation), Larry Leeds, Jerry Cohen, Brian Reynolds, Chris Oberbeck, Don Marron, Mark Philippoussis (Pro), Robert Kendrick (Pro),  Danny Govberg, Barry Sternlicht, Arik Kislin, Elaine Wynn, Neal Sroka, Jackie Rogers.

 Weekend hosts and sponsors of the Charles Evans PCF Pro-Am Tournament include: Bill & Karen Ackman; Bob & Deanna Adler; Seth & Marie Bernstein; Jim Coleman & Cynthia Ott; Larry Gagosian & Chrissy Erpf; Bonnie Pfeifer Evans; Jeff & Mei Sze Greene; The Hain Celestial Group, Inc.; Tom Lee & Ann Tenenbaum; David & Julia Koch; Bill & Phyllis Mack ; Richard Merkin, MD.;Mike & Lori Milken; Modell’s Sporting Goods; Glenn & Jennifer Myles; Dean Palin; Mickey Palin; Joel Pashcow; Artie & Selma Rabin; Stewart Rahr; Jonathan & Sheryl Sokoloff; Lady Sheila Stable; Leon & Leesa Wagner; Mort Zuckerman.

 About Prostate Cancer Foundation:

The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world’s leading philanthropic organization funding and accelerating prostate cancer research. Founded in 1993, PCF has raised more than $615 million and provided funding to more than 2,000 research programs at nearly 200 cancer centers and universities. The PCF global research enterprise now extends to 19 countries. PCF advocates for greater awareness of prostate cancer and more efficient investment of governmental research funds for transformational cancer research. Its efforts has helped produce a 20-fold increase in government funding for prostate cancer.

For further information on the PCF, please visit http://www.pcf.org/

Michael Milken  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Michael Milken
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Michael Milken, Stewart Rahr
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Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, David Foster   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, David Foster
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Frank Luntz, Lori Milken (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Frank Luntz, Lori Milken
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Joe Torre   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Joe Torre
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Cynthia Ott, James Coleman   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Cynthia Ott, James Coleman
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Richard Kind, David Foster  (Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Richard Kind, David Foster
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Natalie Cole   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Natalie Cole
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John Paulson   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

John Paulson
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Marla Maples, Jason Binn   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Marla Maples, Jason Binn
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Dr. Jonathan Simons, Joel Pashcow   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Dr. Jonathan Simons, Joel Pashcow
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David Patterson   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

David Patterson
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Elaine Wynn   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Elaine Wynn
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Don Marron   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Don Marron
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Marla Maples  (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Marla Maples
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Shelley Davis, Scott Davis, Larry Leeds  (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Shelley Davis, Scott Davis, Larry Leeds
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MarkPhilippoussos  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

MarkPhilippoussos
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Seth Bernstein, Marie Bernstein   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Seth Bernstein, Marie Bernstein
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Sally Ein and Mark Ein  (Photo Credit: Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Sally Ein and Mark Ein
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Danny Govberg, George Meyer   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Danny Govberg, George Meyer
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Brian Reynolds   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Brian Reynolds
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Jackie Rogers  (Photo Credit by Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com)

Jackie Rogers
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Ruben Studdard   (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Ruben Studdard
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Atmosphere  (Photo Credit: Johnny Nunez WireImage.com)

Atmosphere
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Hamptons Stands For Heroes Celebrated the Extraordinary Work of The Bob Woodruff Foundation

 

Bob & Lee Woodruff hosted Hamptons Stands for Heroes, which celebrated the work of The Bob Woodruff Foundation on Friday, August 28, 2015 at the home of Joan & George Hornig with media partner Beach Magazine in Water Mill, NY.

The event, designed by Rafanelli Events, began with cocktails by Manhattan Moonshine, which debuted the world’s first premium un-aged whiskey, and beer from Montauk Brewery. In addition, guests enjoyed canapés served by Acquolina Catering,whileoverlooking the grounds of the estate. The cocktail reception featured a special performance byUS Marine Combat Veteran JW Cortes and a car display courtesy of Six Sigma Auto Group. Following the cocktail reception, guests enjoyed a special VIP dinner in the Hornig’s barn, which featured a special performance by the incomparable Rachel Brown.

Notable attendees included Lee Woodruff, Joan & George Hornig, James Lipton, Jane Hanson, Chris Cuomo, Cristina Cuomo, Gerry and Liz Byrne, Anna Throne-Holst, Adam Sikora, Robbie Browne, Yolanda Garretti, William Kehler, and Mack Woodruff.

All of the proceeds of the night will go to the Bob Woodruff Foundation, which was founded by ABC News Correspondent Bob Woodruff and his wife Lee after Bob was hit by a roadside bomb while covering the war in Iraq in January 2006. The then Co-Anchor of World News Tonight was given access to all of the proper treatment enabling him to fully recover within 13 months from the traumatic brain injury he received. Their experiences inspired them to help make sure our nation’s heroes have access to the resources they deserve, for as long as they need them.

 

Lee Woodruff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Lee Woodruff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

James Lipton and Joan Hornig (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

James Lipton and Joan Hornig (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

James Papandrea and Richard Steiber (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

James Papandrea and Richard Steiber (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

Gerry Byrne, Liz Byrne (Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Gerry Byrne, Liz Byrne (Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Anna Throne-Holst (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Anna Throne-Holst (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Kevin Dougherty, Lee Woodruff, Anne Marie Dougherty (Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Kevin Dougherty, Lee Woodruff, Anne Marie Dougherty (Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

JW Cortes, Joan Hornig  (Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

JW Cortes, Joan Hornig (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Clayton Calvert, Parker Calvert (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Clayton Calvert, Parker Calvert (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Adam Sikora, Yolanda Garretti (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Adam Sikora, Yolanda Garretti (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Mack Woodruff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Mack Woodruff (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

William Kehler (Photo Credit: Amanda Gordon/Bloomberg)

William Kehler (Photo Credit: Amanda Gordon/Bloomberg)

David Tapia, Kimberly Jung (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

David Tapia, Kimberly Jung (Photo Credit: Lisa Tamburini)

Rachel Brown  (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Rachel Brown
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Manhattan Moonshine (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Manhattan Moonshine (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker LennyStucker.com)

Atmosphere (Photo Credit: Lenny Stucker/LennyStucker.com)

Sotto Sopra Brings a Taste of Northern Italy to the Hamptons

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Northern Italian eatery Sotto Sopra in Amagansett is delighting diners this 2015 season and is inviting them on a culinary journey that highlights the region’s traditional flavors and cooking methods. Under the direction of Managing Partner Rose Evangelista, Sotto Sopra has quickly become one of the most sought-after restaurants on the East End, known for its frequent celebrity guests, relaxing atmosphere, exceptional service, and fresh, flavorful fare.

Sotto Sopra’s expertly crafted menu developed by Executive Chef Fermin Jimenez which takes advantage of the restaurant’s wood-burning oven to offer up freshly baked breads, crispy Italian style pizza and whole roasted fish such as Branzino al Forno (whole-roasted Italian Sea Bass with charred tomato aioli). Deliciously fresh salads such as Insalata di Formaggio di Capra e Melone (goat cheese, melon and prosciutto salad, topped with candied pistachio), antipastos such as Robiola Crostini (warm crostini topped with Robiola cheese, grilled figs and spiced walnuts, drizzled with orange vinaigrette), and impeccably flavored pasta and rice dishes including Risotto Granchio (saffron Aborio rice cooked all’onda, with crabmeat and spring onions), round out the menu along with classic “Bisteccheria” options such as Filet Mignon (tender, prime steak cut of beef cooked to order).

To complement the cuisine, Sotto Sopra offers an extensive wine list, as well as a menu of delightful signature cocktails including the Rose Orchid (Death’s Door Gin, St. Germain, prosecco, grapefruit and hibiscus), Sotto 75 (Farmer’s Organic Gin, St. Germain, champagne, blueberry and lime juice) and South Fork (Jameson Irish Whiskey, mint, cucumber, lime, and orange juice).

Sotto Sopra’s traditional cuisine is contrasted by its modern décor, creating a thoughtful, warm aesthetic. Drenched in sunlight, Sotto Sopra’s airy interior features an open-style design concept, cedar-paneled walls, sleek black and wood table and chairs, industrial style lighting and fixtures, and bright white color accents. Toward the rear of the restaurant, Sotto Sopra’s floor-to-ceiling windows open up to reveal a charming outdoor patio and lush garden.

The Hamptons dining hotspot has become a favorite among celebrities including Alec Baldwin, Cameron Diaz, Naomi Watts, Mike Myers, John Slattery, Michael Kors and David Yurman.

Sotto Sopra is open for dinner seven days a week, with a late night menu available from midnight to 2:00AM on Fridays and Saturdays as well.

SOTTO SOPRA

231 Main Street

Amagansett, NY

P: (631) 267-3695

 

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