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Feeding the Carriage Horses
Children are invited to feed Central Park’s carriage horses every day at noon.
The green trees of Central Park seem to stretch on forever with buildings flanking either side
Central Park View
The hotel’s Midtown address puts views of Central Park in all its verdant glory on full display.
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Radio City Music Hall at Night
Enjoy some of the city’s best entertainment at the iconic Radio City Music Hall, located a short distance away from the hotel.

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Miner Family Wines, Napa Valley Stacy Vogel, Winemaker Tuesday March 28th, 2017 7pm

For our February Phenomenal Femmes Dinner, we welcome Winemaker for Miner Family Wines, Stacy Vogel.

20 years ago in 1996, The Miner Family Winery brand in Napa Valley is born. Dave Miner, working as President of Oakville Ranch, decides to become a custom crush client and start his own wine label.

Stacy grew up in North Carolina and graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1999. While studying abroad in Spain and learning about the culture, she became interested in wine and food and how integrated they are in the daily life of many societies. After earning her Master’s Degree from the University of California at Davis’ Viticulture and Enology program, she worked harvests in Burgundy and Australia before returning to the Golden State. Stacy was hired on as Assistant Winemaker at Miner Family Winery is 2008, and in 2013 was promoted to Winemaker.

A 4-course dinner will be served with wine pairings by Wine Director Marika Vida-Arnold.  A percentage of all proceeds will benefit the Women’s Shelter at Crossroads Community Services at St. Bart’s church in NYC.

Tickets are $150 per person exclusive of tax and gratuity and seating is limited. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling (212) 521-6125 or by email

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