On May 20th, women in the restaurant industry and their children gathered for a portrait at The
The plight of the harp seals has Meshelle & Cathal Armstrong seeing red. Long among the area’s most vital leading proponents of local farms, humanely treated animals and the community, both Meshelle and her husband Chef Cathal Armstrong of Restaurant Eve, The Majestic, Eamonn’s A Dublin Chipper and PX have partnered with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), along with Ellen and Chef Todd Gray of Equinox to throw a fete that will assist the HSUS to bring attention to the Protect Seals campaign, and to honor the participants of the Canadian seafood boycott.
On July 21, from 3 to 5:30 at the hot new glam spot, Policy (
Policy will open to the public at 5:30, offering guests a chance to meet the chefs. The entire evening, a portion of the percentage of cocktails sold at the venue will be donated to the HSUS, and an oversized petition will be available to guests to sign to show their support. RSVP's are required and must be confirmed at firstname.lastname@example.org