It’s happy hour!
His & Hers vintage Ferraris at The Pierre, A Taj Hotel.
Nurturing an abiding love for Latin America, I've traded big city lights for sunshine and grapes in Mendoza, Argentina. A perennial traveler and writer, I'm inspired by locals, culture and creativity. This is my patchwork.
A winter’s walk through a silent and slippery Central Park this morning.
The best part? Anyone who blogs, posts, tweets, foursquares, pins etc. information about the meetup in Two E Bar/Lounge using the #LadiesSocial and #SMDay hashtags can present the social media “update” at the door for a COMPLIMENTARY cocktail from their Famous Lady drinks menu.
They are also drawing business cards every half hour to give away complimentary items from their delicious summer menu!
This is The Pierre, A Taj Hotel’s third annual “social” in honor of Mashable’s Social Media Day on June 30, 2012.
I love walks around The Pond in Central Park: listening to the sax melodies, watching children fish, resting in leafy shade. It’s one of my favorite places to enjoy the summer season in New York City.
When I first heard of the series Mad Men four years ago, I pictured a sitcom about two middle-aged men going through a midlife crisis who were pissed off at the world. I was much more intrigued to learn it was a drama depicting life in New York City in the 1960’s and profiling Madison Avenue advertising executives.
Over the years it has become a fan favorite, and all of Manhattan seems to be hooking their bandwagon to the Mad Men craze.
Season Five premieres tonight at 9pm on AMC and there are lots of ways to celebrate, especially at classic New York locales that have appeared in the show like PJ Clarke’s, The Roosevelt Hotel, The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, Sardi’s, Dublin House, The Palm, 116 MacDougal Street, and Carnegie Club cigar lounge.
Photo: The Carnegie Club, which is hosting a viewing party of the season premiere.
For more details, read Beth Harpaz’ article "Mad Men fans, head to Manhattan for a cocktail."