Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Art, Food, & Wendy Williams at Tavern 29

Yesterday I was lucky enough to be invited to The Moms (mamarazzi) event, hosted at Tavern 29. Now while the guest, Wendy Williams, was both interesting and engaging to listen to I couldn't help but appreciate this venue as a perfect place to spend my afternoon, whether or not I had been invited. The small store front facade of the  restaurant is made of dark brown and tan. The staff were as nice as can be, giving us a smile and directing us up the stairs... to the roof!

As a New Yorker, I can tell you that one of the coolest places to be is hidden above eye view. On the rooftop gardens and terraces are hidden rustic red brick walls and big patches of open sky you can't take the time to notice as you rush along the sidewalk. At Tavern 29 they left the walls as they were, bare and red, with just a sprinkling of some artisticly placed german phrases and the name "Tavern 29"



Another interesting aspect of the rooftop was the rich, drippy interpretation of the German flag on its interior wood wall. I just had to take a picture.



I would definitely love to come back here again, whether for an evening under the stars or a party for a friend. The interior of the restaurant is both dark and cozy as well. As for the food, it was an edible masterpiece! Everything served was wonderful, from the Lox and cucumber brochette to the mini beef burgers. This place most definitely has so much to offer.

Next post... a GIVEAWAY!!! and more about Wendy Williams.

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