Foodie Press Bites from Our New York City Launch
Our recent launch in NYC – an international restaurant and foodie capital – went splendid! Here’s a round-up of our favorite press mentions from the launch.
We were thrilled to be included in Daily Candy’s Spring 2011 New York City Wedding Guide. Their city guides and handpicked vendors rock.
New York Daily News
In her article on “unusual” wedding registries, Meena Hartenstein singled us out for couples going the “experience registry route”, adding that she likes this route because it “feels really personal.” Hartenstein writes the Rules of Engagement blog for the New York Daily News and is a bride-to-be herself. Congrats Meena!
Always A Blogsmaid
Always A Blogsmaid is a staple in the wedding community, and so we were very happy to be profiled by them. As foodies with tons of food-obsessed NYC clients, their excitement about our NYC launch was much appreciated. We love this quote from their post: “The Foodie Registry accomplishes two things; it enables your friends and family to gift you with meals and drinks at some of the city’s better restaurants AND it ensures that you two newlyweds can get out of the house instead of sitting home and writing thank you cards while watching Dancing With The Stars.” So true!
As big fans of Eater, we were thrilled to get a mention on their website. Short, sweet and to the point – instead of Toasters and Tumblers, try L’Artusi or ‘21’ Club! Read it here.
4 The Love of Feasting
Foodie AND newlywed Kate, gave us a nod with her call to “all future foodie brides.” Having found out about Foodie Registry too late for her own wedding, she makes a great point that it’s great for another big milestone as well – “registering for all your baby gear.” The only people who need date nights more than newlyweds, are new parents. Thanks Kate!
We were happy that Sarah found us obsession-worthy. She definitely gets it, that is, the concept behind Foodie Registry. In her own words: “Who wants a steak knife when you could give the gift of a succulent steak, fine-dining experience and a memory of a lifetime?” We couldn’t agree more.
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