Last Wednesday night, The Central Park Conservancy’s Greensward Circle held a stunning Swing into Spring bash at the Loeb Boathouse in NYC.
Celebrity Chef Chris Nirschel and I joined in celebrating the arrival of spring. It was a fun filled evening of live music, cocktails, carving stations, and delicious passed Hors d'oeuvres. Chris who stars as a culinary sensei on MTV's new hit reality cooking show House Of Food said ''There's no better venue to celebrate Spring than the Loeb Boathouse in Central Park, it always brings and unparallelled energy'' - I have to agree!
Hundreds of young fashionable professionals (and some old ones) were gathered in the boathouses grand wood beamed ballroom overlooking the lake, dancing, drinking, and just letting loose as the cover band jammed until around midnight.
The Central Park Conservancy is a non-for-profit who’s mission it is to restore, preserve and maintain the beauty and wonder of Central Park. The Greensward Circle is a fantastic group, and according to the website, for a mere $300 annual fee you can attend shindigs like this one all year long.