Tribeca & South Street Seaport Services
Olivier Cheng Catering & Events
12-16 Vestry St., Tribeca
Oliver Cheng Catering and Events mimics the white table-clothed, fine-dining experience in catered form. This boutique company represents the gold standard in catering industry, concepting a totally bespoke New American menu, infused with Asian and European flavors (the level of artistry on each plate is breathtaking) for every job. Conveniently, Oliver Cheng also offers a comprehensive cocktail list with drinks expertly mixed on-site.
Stefanie Cove and Co.
90 William St., Tribeca & South Street Seaport
Stefanie Cove is the mastermind behind some of the most memorable goop events (our dinner with Net-a-Porter and last year’s celebration with Diane von Furstenberg), not to mention a goop staffer's wedding. As the owner and creative director of NYC/LA-based Stefanie Cove and Company, she really is the very best planner around, with a deep rolodex of amazing vendors.
169 Hudson St., Tribeca
Elizabeth Goldfeder, who runs this framing shop is wonderful to work with, as she treats every piece individually, and with the utmost care, specializing in conservation framing to protect your artwork. Their facilities are on-site, so you can watch every step of the surprisingly complex process.
120 Walker St., Tribeca
Good lighting design is the kind of unsung hero that can really make or break a room. Founded by legendary lighting designer Herve Descottes, L'Observatoire International are truly the best in the business.
Emily Thompson Flowers
142 Beekman St., South Street Seaport
Vermont native Emily Thompson earned an MFA in sculpture from UCLA, a fact that’s evident in all of her floral centerpieces—yes, she uses flowers (which tend to be as wild and fecund as possible), but she builds them into boutiques that look like they might have sprung from a Renaissance painting. There are brambles, and sticks, and over-ripe pieces of fruit, all done up to pretty stunning effect.
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