Friday, December 03, 2010

‘TIS THE SEASON! LET SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY HOST YOU THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS

SHADOW PR Contact: Rachael Workman

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‘TIS THE SEASON! LET SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY HOST YOU THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS

Unrivaled Ambience and Budget-Friendly Buy-Outs Make This Upper East Side Eatery The Perfect Choice for a Private Holiday Soiree

 
The holidays need not lose their luster when money is tight.  This holiday season, you can still throw a party for the record books at Southern Hospitality, who’s warm staff and comforting cuisine can accommodate groups of any size, taste and budget!
 
Southern Hospitality exemplifies the often lost meaning of genuine hospitality. Ownership understands the value of a dollar and provides patrons with the highest quality of food and service, giving them a warm and comforting sense of being home. So whether it be a company party, a family celebration or just a friendly fete, bring the holidays back to the homefront this season at this famed Upper East Side eatery!
 
True southern home-style cooking is nearly impossible to find in Manhattan, but Southern Hospitality treats patrons to a tantalizing menu of southern cuisine, including fine pulled pork sandwiches, baby back ribs, BBQ chicken and fried catfish among many other comforting favorites. 
 

“Southern Hospitality’s menu and interior design embody the best of the south while catering to discerning New Yorkers,” said owner Eytan Sugarman. “Our Memphis-style BBQ restaurant delights diners and shows the true meaning of “southern hospitality.”

 

Southern Hospitality’s décor, designed by acclaimed artist Roy Nachum, brings the classic elegance of the Old South, instantly charming diners looking for an upscale-yet-comfortable ambience in which to "dig in.” The classic wood themed walls are brilliantly adorned with authentic Jack Daniel's signage and barrels, and a private back room is the perfect setting for any celebration.

 

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