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New Meetup: New York Euro Wine Social, at Cellar 58

From: John
Sent on: Friday, April 2, 2010 1:00 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The New York European Social Group!

What: New York Euro Wine Social, at Cellar 58

When: Thursday, April 22,[masked]:00 PM

Cellar 58
58 Second Avenue
New York, NY 10003

6-10 PM

Private Party for New York Euro Members!

Expect an evening of socializing and networking with other European professionals. The dress code is after-work or dress-to-impress attire. No sneakers, t-shirts, etc.

About Cellar 58

OpenTable: "Cozy and inviting, Cellar 58 Wine Bar / Enoteca, offers a painstakingly curated yet fairly priced selection of over 120 wines from all over the world?including under-the-radar regions often unseen on wine lists?as well as delicious twists on classic Italian tapas."

Citysearch: "With brick walls, dim lighting and narrow, marble-topped tables, Cellar encourages coziness in the classic wine bar way. As its name suggests, the vino selection is vast (there are 120 varietals), so skip the mimosas and Bellinis and order a glass from Italy or even somewhere exotic like Croatia."

Shecky's: "As the old saying goes, ?a dinner without wine is like a day without sunshine.? If this is your credo?and why wouldn?t it be?you?ll find both in copious amounts at Cellar 58. One glance at the tasting room in the back, where walls are lined with over 120 different wines displayed in temperature-controlled coolers, will have your inner wine snob ready to pop the cork. Huge windows ably fill the sunshine quota for you lunchers, while dark walls, marble tasting tables and Renaissance-style murals offer a romantic classic-Italian atmosphere at night. With small, rich plates and warm hospitality, you?ll feel like you?re visiting the old country, and not in that cheesy, Olive Garden-commercial way."


About Us

Our parties are hosted by volunteers - everyone works hard to make them unique and fun. We do not make money from our events - any proceeds go to selected charities.

Hope You Can Join Us!

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