“Surround yourself with people that reflect who you want to be and how you want to feel because energies are contagious.”
When I first started my Ten of Us Dining Series, I knew that there were three things that I wanted to achieve. First, I wanted to create unique dining experiences to showcase chefs, restaurants, and new spirits. Second, I wanted to connect with women. And last but not least, I wanted to create a positive environment in which everyone felt welcomed, because, let’s face it, we have all experienced events where we realized that we didn’t fit in and the people weren’t kind.
During 2018 and 2019, I had a blast curating stellar dining experiences and connecting with over 150 women. I felt like I hit my stride and everything was falling into place. Then, there’s 2020, which hit us, including myself, pretty hard. However, it gave me a chance to figure out the purpose of these dining series and how I could take the events up a notch
My previous event title, Ten of Us Dinner Series, is now a “dining series,” and we will be exploring all types of dining experiences including brunches, breakfasts, and lunches, and, of course, dinner. I am going to be bringing carefully unique-crafted experiences to each dining experience.
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After a year in quarantine, I launched my first dining experience at the Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead. I love partnering with the Waldorf Astoria because their brand represents class, sophistication, and timeless elegance.
We enjoyed a superb breakfast with a variety of appetizing menu items such as parfaits, mini quiche, scrambled eggs, caviar with a creme, potatoes, eggs, and fruit. This breakfast was intimate and fulfilling and the perfect start to the Ten of Us Dining Series. Throughout the breakfast, we networked learned about each attendee and relished bourbon mimosas courtesy of Woodford Reserve. This breakfast made all of us feel like things are slightly back to normal.
We had a lovely time, and I would love to see you at the next Ten of Us Dining Series. Here are some of the attendees that blessed me with their presence: