My Life on (and off) the Guest List


We were invited to an event at Delicatessen for Soho Design Magazine by Patty. I was the first to arrive (as with most times) and Dave and Patty arrived about 1/2 hour later almost simultaneously (Kim, Alexandra* and Zia* were not available to attend). Anyway, when I arrived, I was one of about 12 people (we were warned to arrive early)who were shown to a beautiful area of Delicatessen that could only be described as a Sun Room/Indoor Deck. I say Sun Room/Indoor Deck (it really is a Courtyard) because it had a skylight where you can see the buildings surrounding Delicatessen

A short descent down the stairs and to the left brought me to this very chic cave

so dark and sexy; a perfect place to bring a date or an affair for that matter (kidding)….anyway, I was waiting for the gang so I took a seat near the bar (of course) and grabbed a glass of white

In less than half an hour, the place was packed, Dave and Patty arrived at the same time. By that time, I was almost done with my wine (sipping in between conversations) and while Dave and Patty stood on line at the now crowded bar, I finished my first glass and Dave got me a second…..perfect timing I say

I must say it was a pretty cool event and there was a giftbag but as soon I got got home, it was tossed in my giftbag pile (there’s quite a few) and I can’t seem to find it now (oh lord).

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