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NFL greats and local noatables gathered at the charitable grand opening celebration of Phildelphia's Shula's Steak House. Eagles Fly for Leukemia teamed up with Don Shula on March 7th to raise money in support of pediatric cancer and leukemia research. One hundred percent of the evening's proceeds went to the cause.
The Sofitel hotel recently hired a new chef for their restaurant, Chez Colette, a French brasserie. Culinary maestro Guy Reinbolt, a native of Alsace, France, asserts that people "eat first with their eyes", a statement plainly reflected in his beautifully presented creations. Aesthetics and flavor are sometimes mutually exclusive – but not here. Amazing that something so prettily presented tastes as good as it looks. A note for chocoholics: La Bourse, Sofitel's swanky bar and lounge area, serves a Chocolat Buffet Nitecap (after nine pm) - all the chocolate you can savor for just under $13! You may see us there, gorging ourselves on their signature goodies!
The Friends of the American Red Cross held their 2nd annual Red Ball at the Union League in Philadelphia on Saturday March 3rd. The sold-out crowd of 900 or so revelers partied on late into the night. A great benefit, with seemingly limitless eats donated by gracious area restaurants, a generous open-bar and scads of happy, good-looking supporters enjoying it all. What more do you want in a party? All the proceeds go to Community Disaster Education, a Red Cross program that teaches students how to prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Sometimes, we can't make up our minds. We're in a wandering mood, so The Scene goes on a barhop; a mini-tour of the town. On March 24th, we hit Old City at Lucy's, Continental and Marmont. As the evening wore on, Rouge on Rittenhouse Square beckoned. For some late night fun and dancing we headed to Bar Noir right up the street from Rouge. Always a fun, mixed crowd. Try not to storm the door at 1 am – as with any late nite hotspot you'll have more success the earlier you go.
The 2001 Flower Show was open for a black-tie preview reception held on Saturday March 3rd. The display, whose exhibitors plan for many months, was set up in a mere week at the Philadelphia convention center. Donations from the attendees of this reception provide financial support for Philadelphia Green, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society''s outreach and public landscapes program. A dinner catered by Aramark was the final touch to a beautifully landscaped evening.
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