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A private venue needs to be a one-of-a-kind experience, which is something that many restaurants fail to grasp. Some restaurants in NYC offer an experience that is no different from reserving a large table in the public eating area. Found in GOOP, the following are three restaurants that understand the importance of presentation, elegance, and privacy that should restore your faith in private events in NYC. 1. A Unique Experience with the Nomad The Nomad is a staple in NYC that is situated in the heart of the city on 1170 Broadway. The restaurant is run by Daniel Humm, who is a legend when it comes to delectable and high-quality cuisine. The design of the restaurant was the brain-child of Jacques Garcia, and many who have observed his work say that it brings out the elegance of the location. Those who have experienced the public eating area know what lengths the restaurant has gone to to ensure a one-of-a-kind experience. The Parlour has a club-like feeling paired with velvet seats and Persian rugs. Another area of the restaurant is right under an exquisite Atrium. Those who want a more interesting and private experience can book the restaurant’s rooftop. The rooftop has many of the special touches you might expect but the added experience of dining under the moonlight in NYC. 2. Taralucci e Vino Sets a New Standard The Taralucci e Vino is the kind of Italian restaurant that is fit for royalty. The restaurant overlooks Manhattan’s historic Union Square park, which is the perfect setting for this restaurant. Holding a private event at the Taralucci e Vino is not just about privacy but also about personalization. The restaurant has a few different private rooms for your liking that can host small to large-sized parties. The rooms have distinct decors to suit your unique taste, or the overall theme, that you want for your event. For example, the Mezzanine room hosts 45 people if everyone sits or 80 should everyone stand. The room has a very lofty feel and has numerous plush couches for your guests. There is a private wine cellar as well. The Sixth Floor Loft holds up to 60 seated people or 100 standing. The area is adorned with antique chandeliers and vintage mirrors. There is also access to a beautiful courtyard view. There are other options for you, making the Tarallucci e Vino restaurants one of the most flexible and coveted restaurants for private events in NYC. 3. A Moment Worthwhile at the Acme The Acme, which used to be called the Acme Bar & Grill has a bit of an old school vibe with a touch of elegance. The chef there is Mads Refslund, who is a renown Danish chef, who truly knows how to blend cuisine in an exciting way. The interior of the restaurant is a little more trendy, while the food is homey and mostly American. There are a few unexpected twists, which is something that many patrons look forward to. The private room is downstairs that continues the overall theme of the restaurant. The area does have exposed brick walls, which give it that rustic and cool vibe that some are looking for. The private room is usually lit by candle light, making it a very interesting, warm, and elegant experience for an NYC private event. It is clear to see that private events in NYC still have a few locations that can truly make the host shine. Consider some of the restaurants mentioned to host your event properly.
In a closed event to employees of RBS Group, Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer took office on the afternoon of a Tuesday, as new CEO in place of Nelson Sirotsky. The ceremony, which included a presentation of the violinist Yamandú Costa, who sang the National Anthem, and actress Fernanda Montenegro, took place in BarraShoppingSul Convention Center, in Porto Alegre. About 450 people attended the event, which was directed by Flavia Moraes. With the change, from now on, Nelson Sirotsky will be dedicated exclusively as a chairman of the group’s board of directors and also the editorial board of RBS Group businesses. The process of succession has already been prepared for two years and the announcement of the name of the new president was made. Duda Melzer, at 40, will lead a group wich now has 6,400 employees in 83 business units in the states of Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina, Paraná, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and the Federal District. He entered the RBS Group in 2004 as general manager of the domestic market in São Paulo. In 2010, he became executive vice president. Grandson of the founder of RBS, Maurício Sirotsky Sobrinho, he was prepared to take such a position. Graduated in Business Administration from PUC-RS, an MBA from Harvard University (USA). In the United States, he worked at Delphi Corporation and was director of the Box Top Media, the New York company. Duda plans to increase the relevance of the group, investing in Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina, creating new journalism platforms, entertainment and service. Other areas, such as digital and education, are also getting RBS investments. According to Duda in the second half, RBS will open a company based in São Paulo, to gather digital business group, as well as an office in California. https://www.linkedin.com/in/eduardo-sirotsky-melzer-63399 https://twitter.com/dudamelzer