Attendees included: Norah Lawlor (Lawlor Media Group; Co-Host; Manners That Matter Most special contributor), Catherine Petree (Co-Host), Robert Caravaggi (Co-owner of Swifty’s Restaurant), June Eding (Author of Manners That Matter Most), Andrew Flach (Hatherleigh Press), Ryan Tumambing (Hatherleigh Press), Jean Shafiroff (Philanthropist), Angelo David Pisacreta (Angelo David Salon), George Wayne (Vanity Fair contributor), Kathleen Hearst, Nicole DiCocco, May Pang, Sharon Bush, Jane Pontarelli, Paola and Arnie Rosenshein, Fernanda Capobianco, Michele Gerber Klein, Sharon King Hoge, Marie Michelle Heinemann, Barbara Regna.
About Manners That Matter Most:
Manners That Matter Most – the Easy Guide to Etiquette at Home and in the World – published by Hatherleigh Press, researched and written by June Eding, and featuring a special foreword by Norah Lawlor – was created to provide everyday people with useful wisdom to improve their lives, seeks to resurrect the bygone customs of good manners and graceful style; all while updating and applying them to the modern age. Covering topics from introductions, greetings and thank-you’s, to the etiquette of modern technology, Manners That Matter Most is a valuable resource and a much-needed guide in our fast-paced world.
Available on Amazon.com and in Barnes & Noble Bookstores. Distributed by Penguin Random House.
About Swifty’s Restaurant:
Renowned restaurateurs Chef Stephen Attoe and Robert Caravaggi, former chef and maître d' respectively of legendary Upper East Side boîte, Mortimer’s, created Swifty’s in 1999. Swifty’s combines classic, straight-forward American and European cuisine with impeccable service and warm ambiance. Swifty’s is the rare kind of classy neighborhood watering hole where all are welcome to enjoy the fun and cultured atmosphere. Decorated by famed decorators Mario Buatta and Anne Eisenhower – the décor at Swifty’s is reminiscent of a well-appointed English country house – the wooden paneling, patterned wallpaper, leather banquettes and mirrored walls are shown off to most romantic effect by dimly-lit lamps in the evening.
Photography by Patrick McMullan
For more information, please visit: www.swiftysnyc.com