Jay Soirée – THE DELMONICO WAY! September 23, 2023 with Max Tucci
July 30, 2023
THE DELMONICO WAY
Decades of Glamour with Honorary Chair, Max Tucci
September 23, 2023
Co-Chairs, Kim & Mitchell Berns * Suzanne & Rich Clary * Jenny & Chris Marinak * Lindsay Bello Martin & Tim Martin * Emily & Brian Wells
Thank you to our Committee!
Alice Heathcote & Chris Bertrand * Christie & John Bonasera * Josy & Nick Cassin * Tracy & Luke Edwards * Maggie & Brad Fleishans * Lori Fontanes * Liz & Patrick Garrett * Sara & Taegan Goddard * Shelby Green & Jay Adler * Sue & Nick Kloepfer * Felise & Jason Kowlowitz * Laurence Lafforgue & Jorge Otero-Pailos * Becca & Chris Le Neve Foster * Stephanie & Patrick Linehan * Tia & Sid Malhotra * Diane & Stuart Martin * Amory Wooden & Marc McGehan * Suzy & Scott McKay * Caroline & Ryan Polisi * Mary & Olney Reynolds * Alexis & Jon Scahill * Kelly & Adam Shaw * Kelli Greer Sussman * Luly & Ben Teasdale * Joris van Roijen * Caroline & Scott Wallach * JoDee & Seth Weis * Betsy Buttrill White * Kay & Tim Yates Committee in formation
Since 1827, Delmonico’s has defined the epitome of elegance and hospitality attracting America’s most illustrious luminaries – presidents, royalty, CEOs restaurateurs and celebrities: Abraham Lincoln, Lillian Russell, Nikola Tesla, Mark Twain, J.P. Morgan, Oscar Wilde, Cary Grant, Eartha Kitt, John F. Kennedy, Lena Horne, Princess Grace, Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor, Arnold Palmer, Christine Jorgensen, Arthur Ashe, Gypsy Rose Lee, Tony May, Sirio Maccioni and many more. For decades, all were welcome at Oscar’s Tucci’s table at Delmonico’s.
And once again everyone is welcome as JHC celebrates this New York landmark’s reopening with a special Delmonico’s themed party at the Jay Estate solely benefiting programs and preservation projects at the Jay Heritage Center. What’s the Jay connection? The Jay family owned the Delmonico’s building for many years and held some of their most important celebrations there.
Help us toast a fellow New York treasure. Join us for an evening of sublime entertaining and legendary recipes from “The Restaurant That Made New York.” Hosted by Max Tucci, global brand officer of Delmonico’s, culinary historian, restaurateur, author and grandson of the legendary Oscar Tucci. With special guests including Marisa May of San Domenico fame. Together, we will celebrate decades of glamour and unmatched conviviality in high style! See photos from last year’s party here at NY Social Diary and here
The Jay Heritage Center (JHC) is an award-winning educational nonprofit and the steward of the Jay Estate in Rye, New York, a 23-acre National Historic Landmark site and public park. Proceeds from this event will help us continue the transformation of our buildings and grounds into a vibrant educational campus, hosting innovative and inclusive programs about American History, Social Justice, Architecture, and Environmental Conservation. Learn more at jayheritagecenter.org
JHC is a registered 501 (c) 3 charity chartered by the New York State Board of Education, however we receive no annual monies from tax dollars and rely solely on grants and contributions. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent covered by law. Tax ID 13-3585332