G’day. I’ve written a piece about business breakfasts for the Guardian. Do have a gander.
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Enjoyed the article, thought you might find this interesting over her in New York it’s know as “the power breakfast originating at The Loews Hotel on Park Avenue. During the troubled finacial times during the 70’s the Loews owner J Tisch started by invited leaders from the public and private sector to the hotel for breakfast to discuss ways to help the city. To this day you have to have reservations for breakfast usually you cannot even get a foot in between 7-9:30 in the morning. Thought you might like to take a look. Enjoy Ihttp://www.newyorksocialdiary.com
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James Ramsden is a London-based Yorkshireman. He runs the Secret Larder supper club and has written about food and cookery for The Times, The Guardian, Sainsbury's Magazine, and lovefood.com, among others. His first book is out Spring 2011.
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