Believe it or not, Internet Week NY is coming soon! From June 7-14, New York City will be taken over by events directed toward all aspects of the online world like social media, marketing and even some tech events. Check the full list of events here and get involved!
Need a place to rest while you’re in the Big Apple? Well, The Roosevelt Hotel is offering a special rate for Internet Week. Here’s the details.…
INTERNET WEEK PACKAGE
Drink Voucher for mad46 /Vander Bar
Available for arrival 6/5/10 – 6/15/10
CLICK HERE TO BOOK!
If you’re looking for a place to host an event for Internet Week, be sure to contact our sales office at firstname.lastname@example.org . We have great space for meetings and social gatherings!
Be sure to check out mad46 for a private event or follow us on Twitter @mad46 to get the scoop on drink specials specific to Internet Week!
** Terms and Conditions: *Offer not valid on current reservations. Based on availability. Hotel reserves the right to substitute any incentive(s) with an award of equal value, based upon availability. Not valid on group bookings. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Maximum of one (1) Drink Voucher per room with a value of up to $12.00. Tax and gratuities are not included.
Come down to Vander Bar or the Madison Club Lounge at The Roosevelt Hotel and enjoy our special Lindt Chocolate-tini, featured all this month. Delicious Lindt Chocolates garnish an already sweet and delicious cocktail, perfect as an after dinner treat!
3oz Raspberry Vodka
2oz White Creme de Cacao
Lindor Raspberry or Extra Dark Truffles
Chill the vodka and Creme de Cacao. Chill 2 martini glasses. Put the vodka and Creme de Cacao into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake and pour mixture into the chilled martini glasses Add Lindor Truffle and a fresh raspberry.
Visit Lindt Chocolatier right here at the hotel on Madison Avenue and stock up on chocolate treats or visit www.lindt.com.
Originally an Episcopalian church, the building on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 20th Street has been many things. Some of us remember it as the Limelight (those of us who were clubbing in the 80’s), but more recently, this building will be host to the “Limelight Marketplace”.
The three-story, 25,000-square-foot space will house boutiques, shops, restaurants and tons of food options (Hello.. Cupcake Stop and Brooklyn’s famous Grimaldi’s pizza!).
After a $15 million renovation, the space is officially set to open on April 29th on the Avenue of the Americas in Chelsea. For more information, check out their website.
Try this healthy dish featuring fresh fish and asparagus, one of the first spring season vegetables to come to market.
TILAPIA AND ASPARAGUS WITH FENNEL SALAD
5 oz. tilapia filets (four)
Olive oil, as needed
Warm Lemon Dressing
3 large lemons
¼ cup of white wine
3 tbl. extra virgin olive oil
½ medium onion, diced
2 tbl. chopped parsley
Shave fennel very thin on a mandoline. Cut tomatoes in half; remove the seeds and then dice the tomatoes. In a bowl, combine the oil and lemon juice. Add fennel and tomatoes, and season with salt and pepper. Refrigerate until needed (can be prepared up to an hour in advance).
Pat the tilapia filets dry with a paper towel; season with lime juice, salt and pepper. Heat olive oil in a large frying pan and sear fish on both sides. Cook until done, and then remove and keep warm.
Peel two lemons and cut flesh into a small dice. Remove the seeds. Juice the third lemon and reserve the liquid. Add olive oil as needed to the pan and sauté onions over medium heat until translucent. Add wine and reduce by half. Add diced lemons and juice; season with salt and pepper. Remove from
heat and whisk in two tablespoons of oil and chopped parsley.
Blanch asparagus in boiling salted water for two minutes. Transfer to
an ice bath and chill. Remove asparagus when cold, and then dry. Heat olive oil in a pan. Add asparagus; season with salt and pepper, and heat through. Remove from heat.
Place four asparagus spears in the center of each plate. Place tilapia
on the asparagus and top each
Serve and enjoy!
Chef Rupert Leitner
As the NCAA Tournament rolls on and you and your friends have been dutifully watching from the small TV in your cramped apartment or secretly on your computer monitor at work, we have a list of a few of the best east midtown sports bars to catch the action and monitor your coveted bracket.
McFaddens- 42nd St and 2nd Ave. McFaddens has March Madness specials all month long, including a block party Saturday 3/27
Bar 515- Third Ave between 34th and 35th St. Watch the games on their 12 foot jumbo screen or one of the several other plasmas at this “sophisticated urban nightspot”
Redemption Grill NYC- 2nd Ave and 53rd St. Redemption has drink and lunch specials for March Madness and promotes they have all the games with the Direct TV March Madness package.
Joshua Tree Eastside- 3rd Ave between 34th and 35th St. This 80’s music lovin’ bar has March Madness Brunch specials 11am-4pm on Saturday 3/27 along with other basketball specials all week.
And don’t forget to check out Vander Bar and Madison Club Lounge to catch the games, grab some lunch or after work happy hour drinks.