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Eater Hosts Power Players Party

The event celebrated Eater NY’s first-ever Power Issue with top restaurateurs in the NYC dining world

On Monday, January 27, Eater hosted the top chefs and restaurateurs of NYC for an exclusive event at New York hot spot Chinese Tuxedo in celebration of Eater NY’s first-ever Power Issue. The editorial package details how the NYC dining scene has changed over recent years, naming the New Guard of New York City Dining, while honoring the established players in the space.

Hosted by Eater’s Amanda Kludt and Serena Dai, attendees of the Power Players party included: Christina Tosi, Will Guidara, Ariel Arce (member of the New Guard), Joe Campanale (New Guard), Ann Redding & Matt Danzer (New Guard), Ravi deRossi, Niki Russ Federman (New Guard), JJ Johnson, Amelie Kang (Eater Young Gun & New Guard), Trigg Brown & Josh Ku (Eater Young Guns & members of the New Guard), Roni Mazumdar & Chintan Pandya (New Guard), Jen Pelka, Erik Ramirez (New Guard), Riad Nasr & Lee Hanson (New Guard), Jeremiah Stone & Fabian von Hauske (New Guard), Jason Wang (Eater Young Gun & New Guard), Ben Turley & Brent Young, and more.

The Power Players party kicked off an exciting year for Eater, which is celebrating its 15th anniversary. Since launching in New York in 2005, with a focus on the dining/nightlife scene in New York, Eater has grown into an international, award-winning, multi-media brand, with sites in 24 cities in the U.S. and abroad. Attracting audiences internationally, Eater delights and serves audiences through long-form journalism, local heatmaps across the U.S. and around the globe, interactive experiential moments, and multi-platform content offerings including TV, OTT, digital, and social media.

Looking ahead to its 15th year, Eater will continue to chronicle the rise of food as pop culture — as it also shapes it — across all modern platforms, interactive experiential moments, and more. Check out a sneak peak of what’s happening in 2020:

  • A new show on Hulu;
  • The second season of Eater’s No Passport Required, hosted by chef Marcus Samuelsson;
  • The second annual Eater Young Guns Summit (the first took place last summer in Brooklyn with over 800 attendees);
  • Ongoing Eater Supper Club, Book Club and Wine Clubs;
  • Expanding Eater Travel through a big partnership with Chase Sapphire, which kicked off at the beginning of 2020 with the package Where to Eat in 2020

Stay tuned for upcoming events during Eater’s 15th anniversary here!