RRT Cherry Blossom

Bitches Who Brunch Features Refinery Rooftop

Refinery Rooftop

With spanning skyline views including an incredible up close and personal look at the Empire State Building, this quintessential NYC rooftop bar draws the after work crowd and international travelers alike. The retractable glass rooftop is a much- appreciated touch from the bar’s thoughtful owners. Make sure to try the Cherry Blossom G+T. This drink puts a spin on your regular Gin and Tonic by incorporating a unique cherry blossom tonic mixed in with a touch of pink peppercorn and lemon.


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Cleo Martini

Bitches Who Brunch Features Cleo in Five Bars to Visit this Fall in NYC


To channel this year’s classic Brown Leather fashion trendhead to Cleo to try their infamous espresso martini. The delectable cocktail not only embodies a classic coffee flavor with a touch of spice, but will give you that extra buzz needed to power through all season.


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TMK Chef

Broadway World Features Trademark Taste + Grind in Chef Spotlight: Executive Chef Adrienne Guttieri

Chef Adrienne Guttieri is a New York native born and raised in Broad Channel, Queens (The Rockaways). Growing up surrounded by Italian Food and her mother’s amazing cooking, Adrienne was always set on being a Chef to share those memories, flavors, and ideas with the world.

Adrienne studied Italian Cuisine at the Italian Culinary Academy and in Colorno, Italy. While in Italy, Adrienne worked for Executive Chef Claudio Cesena, at Antica Osteria della Pesa in Cadeo, Italy where she learned the meat and bones of Italian Cuisine, from fresh pasta production to curing to wine pairing.

Upon returning to the U.S., Adrienne worked for Chef Eric Lind at the rustic Italian restaurant Inatteso Pizzabar, located in Battery Park City, NYC. Following her stint at Inatesso, Adrienne spent three years at In Good Company Hospitality’s Park Avenue Tavern. There she learned everything from French technique, Southern Homestyle Cooking, Events Production, and Menu Creation, Management in both Front and Back of House, as well as cocktail production.

Adrienne transitioned to IGC’s Trademark Taste + Grind where she is currently the Executive Chef.

Broadwayworld.com had the pleasure of interviewing Chef Adrienne Guttieri about her career and Trademark Taste + Grind for our “Chef Spotlight” feature.


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Uproxx Features Refinery Rooftop in The Best Whiskeys To Mix Into A Manhattan

Alli Torres, bartender at Refinery Rooftop in New York City

I love Hudson Baby Bourbon. This is mainly because I’m from New York, so you have to represent the home team. For 100% corn, it’s wildly smooth with a touch of caramel and leather. Must be that New York water that makes it delicious.


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The Wilson Dog Menu

Idk Tonight Features The Wilson in The Best Spots to bring your dog along on a Date Night

The Wilson NYC
132 West 27th Street, Manhattan

Start your night out with dinner at The Wilson NYC, a New-American restaurant with an upscale vibe. What makes this place extra special is that they have an actual menu for dogs. If your pet has been extra good lately, consider ordering the grilled rib eye steak or the pan roasted salmon. For you and your significant other, we recommend unique plates like the blue crab carbonara or the almond ricotta ravioli. Regardless of the fall weather approaching, you can sit outside in their enclosed heated patio.

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Chilled Magazine Features Mondrian Terrace in 6 Fruity Vodka Drinks to Make at Home

“At Home” Frosé

Courtesy of Mondrian Terrace

(Serves: 4-6)


  • 1 750mL bottle Rosé
  • 5 oz. Tito’s Vodka
  • 2 oz. Marie Brizard Grapefruit Liqueur
  • 2 oz. Marie Brizard Watermelon Liqueur
  • .25 Peeled Grapefruit
  • 1 cup Watermelon
  • 1 tsp. Sugar
  • 3 oz. Lemon Juice
  • 3 oz. Orange Juice
  • 4-6 Strawberries
  • Pinch of salt
  • Splash of Blue Curacao
  • Orange Wedge (to Garnish)

Preparation: Add all ingredients, except the blue curacao, to a blender with 1 to 2 cups of ice (the more ice you add, the more solid the frosé). Blend and pour into glasses. Top with blue curacao for a splash of color and garnish with an orange wedge.

The Wilson

City Guide NY Features The Wilson in Great Places to Watch Football in NYC

The Wilson
Those seeking another venue for catching the action of the big games should visit The Wilson, which will be showing all games on their swanky front patio on an 80” screen, or duck inside to catch the action on one of three big screen HD TVs. The restaurant will also be featuring wing specials all season long and $40 Bubbles & Buckets, which include either a bottle of bubbles or a bucket of 6 beers.
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PAT Barrel Room

City Guide NY Features Park Avenue Tavern in Great Places to Watch Football in NYC

Park Avenue Tavern
Just blocks from the bustling Grand Central area, The Barrel Room at Park Avenue Tavern is an ideal NFL viewing destination for commuters, Midtown East locals, and tourists looking for a fun, sports-themed New York City experience. Retreat to The Barrel Room’s private lounge tucked beneath Park Avenue Tavern. Each of the lounge’s six booths comes with four in-table taps and a convenient view of one of three TV screens. All games will be played with sound. During Sunday games, enjoy a brunch entree and two hours of bottomless beer for just $40. Hardwood floors, exposed brick, and lots of photos up the ambiance.
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RRT Whiskey

Uproxx Features Refinery Rooftop in Bartenders To Name Their Favorite Whiskeys For Fall Old Fashioneds

Alli Torres, bartender at Refinery Rooftop in New York City

I’m loving Noble Oak right now. They age it for a year in American White Oak and finish it with sherry staves. They use pressure and heat to mimic the seasons and plant a tree for every bottle. Personally, I love a bit of a spicier old fashioned so matching the sherry notes with Angostura really delivers some great flavor.


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