Attend enough holiday parties and they can become a Groundhog Day-like grind — one where you’re not even rewarded with the schoolmarm charms of Andie MacDowell.
Throw a party that’ll keep friends/coworkers/tabloids talking well into 2013, with Underground Eats' first-ever “Culinary Concierge” event planning service, now accepting bookings for seasonal soirees.
When it comes to memorable affairs, UGE’s not messing around.
A "Butcher's Ball" presided over by The Breslin's April Bloomfield and meat mastermind Pat LaFrieda himself? Check.
500-person bacchanal themed on the 1939 World’s Fair held inside "Sleep No More’s" McKittrick Hotel? Check.
Now, they're here to make your most wackadoodle imaginings come to life.
Think carnival-themed tastings in the DUMBO carousel with stations manned by "Top Chef" faces.
Or a Michelin-starred chef and master mixologist teaching group cooking and cocktail classes in a private loft over Central Park.
Says UGE’s owner: “If you can dream it, we can pull it off. And if you can’t dream it, tell us your budget and the end result you’re looking for, and we’ll dream it for you.”
For dreams beyond the holidays, UGE has your back for any occasion — “If you want a badass bris, we can handle that.”
Just don’t ask them to take a little off the top.