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Magrino Announces Three New Clients

by | Apr 20, 2018

Magrino announced three new clients.  11 Hoyt, Everdure by Heston Blumenthal and Miracle, all join the agency’s roster of lifestyle clients in the areas of travel, real estate, food, wine, spirts, and consumer.

11 Hoyt is Tishman Speyer’s new luxury residential tower located in Downtown Brooklyn. The tower features over 480 apartments and 50,000-square-feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space. The tower, which is slated to launch sales in summer 2018, is Tishman Speyer’s first ground up condominium project in New York City. 11 Hoyt was designed by renowned architecture and urban design firm, Studio Gang, with interiors by London-based firm Michaelis Boyd Associates and landscape design by AD100, New York-based Hollander Design.

Heston Blumenthal is one of the world’s top chefs. Never one to do things by the book, he injects a sense of theatre into everything he touches, inspiring a generation of food-lovers. His Berkshire restaurant, The Fat Duck, has won international accolades and been awarded 3 Michelin stars, while Heston himself was given an O.B.E. by Her Majesty the Queen for services to British Gastronomy.

Now, Heston’s collaborated with Everdure, to bring his magic touch to the great outdoors, with an innovative range of barbeques making it easy for anyone who enjoys barbeque cooking, to put on a commanding performance.

Everdure by Heston Blumenthal is a range of barbeques like no other. Working closely with designers and engineers, Heston embarked on a mission to create the perfect modern barbeque. By combining the latest technology and design aesthetics, with ease of use and thoughtful attention to detail, he created a range of kit that will help customers go on a journey of discovery. From quick-starting charcoal, to the convenience of gas, they’ve each been designed from the ground up, and will change the way people think about barbequed food, forever. https://www.everdurebyheston.com.

Heading into their fifth year, the Miracle family of holiday pop-up bars is targeting over 100 locations around the world in 2018. What’s now gone global started as a suggestion from Owner Greg Boehm’s mother – she had the idea to hold off on construction for Mace in New York’s East Village and open a fun, over the top Christmas-themed cocktail bar between Thanksgiving and Christmas. As crowds swarmed Miracle on 9th Street in the first several years, industry friends from other cities began reaching out to Boehm and Manager Joann Spiegel to see how they could recreate the holiday magic in their own bars – and the rest is history. From November 23rd to December 24th, 2018, each Miracle location will celebrate the holiday season with a complete redesign of the bar and festive menu of signature cocktails. Guests can also purchase the beloved Cocktail Kingdom seasonal glassware from each local pop-up – just in time for holiday gifting.

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