May 14, 2008
Is there anything better than eating the best vegan cupcakes and brownie/icing sandwiches on earth while sporting an eco/poly-blend Tshirt about cupcakes from Partybots? I think not. Reconstructed vest by This Old Thing?.
Friend of DB, feature film director Esther Bell got in on the action too! These vegan sweets ring her bell!
January 24, 2008
Renowned restaurant, Candle 79 will host a fundraising dinner for DB’s favorite animal advocacy organization, Farm Sanctuary on Wednesday, January 30th.
Candle 79 is an elegant, organic, vegan escape in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. A favorite of local regulars and eco-chic celebrities like Sir Paul McCartney, Alicia Silverstone and Woody Harrelson, Candle 79 was voted best Vegetarian in the Zagat’s Guides for 2007 and 2008, and Reader’s Choice in this year’s VegNews. A gorgeous duplex space, beautifully presented, healthful and delicious seasonal cuisine and superb organic wines keeps Candle 79 at the forefront of a movement to bring the concept of local, seasonal, organic vegan cuisine into the culinary mainstream. Delightful dishes like “Live Coconut Pad Thai” and “Seitan Piccata,” and decadent desserts like “Chocolate Peanut Butter Bliss” convince their guests that at Candle 79, dining with a conscience is truly a pleasure!
154 East 79th Street near Lexington Avenue
New York, New York 10021
Reservations: (212) 537-7179
PLEASE MAKE SURE TO MENTION FARM SANCTUARY DINNER NIGHTS WHEN MAKING YOUR RESERVATION.
Candle 79 accepts dinner reservations between 5:30pm – 10:30pm
10-20% of your dinner bill go directly towards protecting farm animals!
Join us at the first “Farm Sanctuary Dinner Night” this year, celebrating the new year at Candle 79 on January 30th 2008 for dinner. Please mention Farm Sanctuary when making your reservation.
DB’s Etiquette Recommendation: Dining out for a good cause with a date or your friends is both sophisticated and sexy. Dress to impress – if you are single, benefits are a perfect place to meet other people with similar values. Always remember to treat your servers with respect and tip generously if you are treated well. Don’t talk about yourself the whole time and avoid getting into heated debates (save those for after dinner, especially if there are many people present). You’re all there for a good reason, so chill out and enjoy.