TasteArchitecture hosted an exclusive dining experience in The Cupola, a beautifully restored copper dome that crowns the rooftop of a historic French Renaissance style building constructed in 1903. In this intimate architectural alcove, TasteArchitecture recreated Midnight in Paris. Guests enjoyed an exquisite six-course tasting menu crafted by Chef Daniel Humm, the culinary mastermind behind The NoMad Hotel and Eleven Madison Park. Each course was carefully paired with champagnes from Laurent-Perrier, white and red wines from Joseph Drouhin and Coudoulet de Beaucastel.
TasteArchitecture was the first company to host an event in the Atrium of this beautiful architectural hidden gem in Manhattan. This architectural treasure was abandoned and mostly shuttered since 1940. It has been referred to in the media as “the most beautiful Atrium in New York City”. TasteArchitecture created an exclusive one-day only event at Temple Court where guests enjoyed a winter champagne brunch with vintage brut Laurent-Perrier champagne and experienced an architectural tour led by the building historian.