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May 30 2012

Q&A With Patrick Cappiello, Sommelier at GILT

We recently sat down for a question and answer session with Patrick Cappiello, the Sommelier behind GILT’s carefully curated wine list. Read on to learn about the experiences, vintages and parings that have shaped the career of our esteemed sommelier, who won Wine Spectator’s prestigious Grand Award in 2011. 1. What is your favorite wine being served currently at GILT? Jean Foillard, Morgon, “Côte du Py,” Burgundy, France 2010 In my opinion (Jean Foillard is) the best producer in Beaujolais. … Read More

May 21 2012

The New York Palace Park Series: Bryant Park

Bryant Park serves as Manhattan’s makeshift town square: a vibrant gathering place in the heart of America’s most energetic urban area. Manhattanites and visitors alike use the park as a place to meet, relax, dine and shop year-round, as the adaptable space transforms from a relaxing lawn to a bustling ice rink on a seasonal basis. Just a few blocks south of The New York Palace, the park sits in the shadow of the city’s stunning skyscrapers, including the Empire … Read More

April 24 2012

The New York Palace Park Series: Central Park

If Manhattan’s brain lies in the elegant architecture of its Midtown skyscrapers and its lively avenues represent its busy limbs, Central Park is the true heart of the city. Occupying 843 acres in the center of the island, the park offers a lush respite from the marble, brick and concrete of the surrounding city. Central Park – located just blocks from The New York Palace – is more than a tourist attraction and photo spot: New Yorkers use the park … Read More