While everyone agrees that Bat Mitzvahs are immensely important events for young Jewish girls, no one can deny that a great deal of effort also goes into the planning of them. Sometimes, when you’re organizing an event of this stature, no expense is spared. However, before planning anything, you first need to think of some fun Bat Mitzvah themes. But don’t worry just yet—we’ve got some ideas.
When it comes to planning a party or event, coming up with a location can sometimes be the most difficult part. Besides, with so many places to choose from on Long Island, how do you know you’re picking the right one? After all, the success of your event will rely on the venue. That’s why we compiled a list of things to consider when making a final decision on any party venue.
Tasty Tuesday: Vienna of Roslyn
ROSLYN – Vienna of Roslyn features dining, drinking and entertainment.
News 12 Long Island’s Elizabeth Hashagen visited and tried some of their food.
Night spots are rarely known for their food. Bottle service and bass-driven music, maybe, but lamb rib chops or pizza? They’re often tangential to the experience.
At Vienna of Roslyn, though, chef Frank Falgiano isn’t dialing it in. Instead, he takes the rich, unfussy small plates that often go with drinking and dancing and presents them in ways that make you feel cared after.
There are not many hot lounges on Long Island, so when one opens, it is sure to be the buzz around town. With my birthday coming up, I knew this would be the perfect place to celebrate my special day.
Vienna opened the beginning of October and took over the space formerly known as The Chalet. The Chalet was a well established restaurant in Roslyn, and when the owner was ready to sell, he looked to one of his trusted customers – Matt Prince.
Matt Prince was 19 when he opened his first bar at Hofstra University. The Long Island lounge called Bogart’s became so popular that the hospitality maverick opened a second and third location before selling them in a succession of sweet deals, the last about 10 years ago.