The Plaza is still highly decked out for Christmas--the Gatsby-inspired lobby tree still revolves.
There are places in New York where the waitstaff are old-school: gracious middle aged men in suits with French accents. This Palm Court is one of those places
We were on our best behavior--very un-Eloise-like and not as charming. I only spilled a little.
The Plaza has a long and storied history. The Stones have stayed there and the Beatles. The Great Gatsby was made there. Truman Capote had his '60s-era legendary black-and-white ball there. (Look at Frank and Mia below.)
Lara, let's have tea in the Algonquin lobby when you come here next. I can't, I can't believe it's been nearly a year since we had the idea for this blog. More on this soon.
Speaking of Lara, ave you read Lara's fabulous vision board post below this one?
|Frank and Mia, in cognito|
|Look at us being fancy.|
|The Plaza called for hot pink.|