The Rosé Mansion is a summer goal!
July 12, 2018

Summer is about to get more interesting in NYC. For those who dare to embark on the journeynce behind the pink doors in Manhattan. Be ready to explore the Rosé Mansion. The Rosé Mansion is a new installation sensory pop-up museum will open on July 12th until October 7th (at 445 Fifth Avenue near 39th Street). Morgan First and Tyler Balliet are the two to thank for the pink rosé themed interactive adult playground.

The Rosé Mansion entails 14 rooms curated for you to time travel capturing photo worthy perfection for Instagram, entertain your inner free spirit, sample refreshing rosé from different regions of the world and gain knowledge on wine.

I was overjoyed with excitement from swinging on a chandelier reminding me of my days in Morningside Park growing up. HARLEM!!! (shameless plug lol). The Champagne Dream room offers a ball pit with a disco feel after admiring the rosé fountain.

You will also discover the romantic aesthetic sittting in a bathtub full of rose petals for Boomerang footage, the Rome influenced room or the opportunity to craft your wine to reflect your personal style in The Blending Lab. You are guaranteed to be WOWED!

An adventure awaits you at every turn so make sure to gather your friends, charge your phone and be in for an AMAZING experience!

To avoid a serious case of FOMO join the fun and buy your tickets on the website https://www.rosewinemansion.com. A ticket includes the experience, a Rosé Mansion collectible pin, wine tasting cup and access to the grand tasting lounge. Tickets are priced at $35 and $45 depending on the time slot and dates available.

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Better Booze Festival 2014
September 21, 2014

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Hi splashy readers (inserts wave) and then proceeds to hit the Shmoney dance. Haha. I recently attended the Better Booze Festival presented by U.S. Veg Corp at Center548. The U.S. Veg Corp is the team behind the groundbreaking NYC Vegetarian Food Festival aiming to educate consumers about vegan food, beer, liquor and wine. Being the foodie that I am I was invited to the vegan brunch. Hey now! This was my first vegan brunch so I was excited, curious and hungry.
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Some of the assorted spread is listed above on the menu. I tried every dish to have a memorable experience. I really enjoyed the Monte Cristo sandwiches, potatoes and cranberry scones.

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This is my colorful plate accompanied by a screwdriver. This experience allowed me to get out of my normal brunch comfort zone. I am glad that I tried a vegan brunch.

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Here is a display of some of the food that was served.
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There were two floors of food, drinks and health and wellness vendors. After having brunch on the third floor I went to the second floor to taste the various drink vendors products. I must say that Owl’s Brew Coco-Lada mixed with FAIR vodka was a smooth and refreshing blend. It had a pineapple and tropical fruit taste to it super de-lic-ous. The representative from The Whitecliff Vineyard was very informative and down to Earth. I enjoyed the crispness of the White Rosé wine. The DOWNEAST cider house raspberry and original flavor was very good as well.

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These potatoes were scrumptious.
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I loved the decor of the setup of the food at the Better Booze Festival. I concur with the slogan only good things inside. There was a game section that instantly reminded me of my college years Twister most definitely, Connect Four, Uno, bean bag toss and other throwback games.
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I couldn’t resist taking a picture on this roll out by BALLS Vodka. All around fun day filled with great food, drinks, people and laughs thank you for having me!

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