What she wore ~Posted: November 5, 2021 Filed under: Clothing, Entertainment, submissive | Tags: BDSM, D/s, dievca, Elegant, Fine Dining, Food, La Pivillon, ladylike, Life, NYC, Presentation Outfit Leave a comment
The day of the La Pavillon dinner was cooler, so the floral dress option was off the table. Something a bit warmer would be necessary for comfort:
Autumn Cashmere Green Ribbed Knit Dress ($52 on sale OutNet)
Khaite Patent Leather Thigh-Hi Sedona Boots ($550 on sale SSENSE)
Vintage Missoni Textured Tan Knit Trench ($120 eBay)
Lily and Lionel Paisley Cashmere Scarf ($150 on sale Neiman Marcus)
Reed Krakoff Snakeskin Ayers Clutch ($75 RealReal)
Its been a long time since dievca has truly put on make-up, so that was a bit of a trick…
La Pavillon NYC: The FOOD was amazing! Everything was well-done and 3/4 of it was unique and spectacular. The cost was about $200 per person, but dievca feels that the food and the atmosphere were worth it. Note: the menu evolves with food availbility, so sharing her dinner choices won’t help another diner in the future.
Glamorous Dining returns to NYCPosted: October 5, 2021 Filed under: Entertainment, Neighborhood Anecdotes (NYC) | Tags: BDSM, COVID-19, D/s, dievca, Elegant, Fine Dining, Food, Foodies, glamour, Grand Central Station, Life, NYC, Photos 1 Comment
Le Pavillon NYC opened fully in September after a reduced schedule allowed the restaurant to be completed.
With 57-foot ceilings, cream columns, and a built-in irrigation system for the interior’s olive trees and ferns, Le Pavillon is a testament to the triumphs of architecture and landscape. Steps away from Grand Central Station – it has accessibility for ALL New Yorkers and visitors alike.
The menu offers first courses and main courses from the mer and the terre. Boasting dishes like roasted lamb chops, slow-baked ora king salmon, and buckwheat crusted sea scallops, the menu leaves customers with options that traverse flavors from pickled turmeric to smoked paprika. Conversely, the dessert menu offers dishes with strawberries, passionfruit, cherries, and chocolate. Customers can choose from four types of cheeses, including comté and coupole, Vermont goat cheese, for a traditional French dessert.
“The menu is based on the land and the sea at Le Pavillon. So, this is not a departure from whatever I’ve done in the past, but it is a progression,” Chef Daniel Boulud said. “The focus will be on local vegetables, New England Seafood” and other ingredients that change based on the season.
dievca is planning to enjoy a meal at Le Pavillon in November and her glamorous foodie friend stated that she is dressing up – Bling/ Fur and all. Too bad dievca has to hustle over after work~ until then she will be scanning though her closet, looking at the weather report and trying to create a very spectacular, yet versatile, outfit. XO
Full description at UntappedCities.com. “Thank You” to Thomas Schauer for photos and Bella Druckman