New York – Aug 31 2009

Parisian Night @ OPIA with Live Performances

Join us for cocktails at Opia, newly renovated and glamorous as ever!

At 7:30 PM we’ll present the premiere performance of the musical “Play the Music Softly” – it tells the story of a successful concert pianist, born and raised in Paris, through memory flashbacks during an interview given for Le Monde Magazine.

The performance will take place in the Opia Ballroom, separate from the Main Lounge.

While this event is free of charge, seating is limited. Anyone interested to see the performance should get a pass from the hostess upon arrival.

The rest of us will continue to enjoy drinks and conversation at the Main Lounge!

Chicago – Sep 06 2009

Where did the time go? Seems like only yesterday we were looking forward to our first outdoor event of the season- and what a season it was!

Let’s go out with a bang- join EuroCircle and Mamu Events for the season finale of fun in the sun (or moon, in this case!) at our favorite outdoor venue- Flatwater!

We’ll be featuring $7 Summer Swill cocktails…

It’s Labor Day weekend- no work on Monday

New York – Aug 25 2009

Hosted by Hanna & Raylette Smith

**RSVP not required but greatly appreciated for staffing purposes – you can just show up for a drink or two!

TABLE RESERVATIONS: If you wish to make sure that you have a table at the Grill Room to sit down with your party and maybe order some food, please call 212-754-9494. Otherwise mingle around…

Dress Code. Gentlemen must wear jackets, tie is optional. Proper attire: business/casual business for ladies/or cocktail attire is always acceptable)

Your lovely hostesses include i.e:
Hanna from Poland, who attended even the very first EuroCircle Party on Monday, Jan 11 1999 and has helped us with numerous events since that party.
Raylette Smith, Le Monde Management, lived in Paris for a few years as fashion model and has arranged our last 2 smashing fashion shows

FASHION SHOW VIDEO coordinated by Raylette in Feb 2009 – credits to Raphael Pungin!

Join Hanna & Raylette for an evening in this legendary venue – where we guarantee there is NO LOUD BACKGROUND MUSIC!



About Four Seasons:
Led by suave, European host-owners Alex von Bidder and Julian Niccolini Four Seasons Restaurant on East 52nd Street delivers superior service, first-class Continental cuisine to an urbane crowd that is considered “who’s who in the city”. The regulars tout lunching among “power players” in the Grill Room or dining in the Serene “pool Room” at night. Built on the philosophy that “less is more”, the Four Seasons is one of the most beautiful restaurants in the world. Designed by Mies Van der Rohe and Philip Johnson in 1959, the entire space is spectacular, but the window treatments are what really blew me away. Delicate chains repeatedly drape across each of the 30 foot tall window panes. They are lit from above and the a/c vents are at the base. The result is a gently shimmering, animated effect– a lovely kinetic compliment to the grand mahogany panels on the interior walls. And yes, it IS expensive – but guess what, you are worth it! Treat yourself!

Bar Room Savories range from:
Soft Shell Crabs ($8) to Sirloin Paillard, Herb Fries ($28)

Wines by the Glass:
Sancerre, Chateau de Sancerre $15
Chardonnay, Louis Latour $15
Pinot grigio, Trelano $15
Sauvignon Blanc, Julian of the Seasons, Napa 2006 $15
Pinot Noir, Cuvee A $15
Al Passo, Tolaini $15
Piper-Heidsick $15 etc

Beer $7

Mixed Drinks $15

Atlanta – Aug 04 2009

Hello everyone:

Last month at the Palomar Hotel was another great turn-out, so thanks for your support. August is just around the corner, and our next eurocircle event will take place next Tuesday (August 4th) at the new restaurant and lounge ‘Joia’ in Midtown, located at 1100 Crescent Avenue (next to Front Page News). Convenient parking garage across the street and as usual start time will be 7:30 until…

Due to the large attendance these last few months, please RSVP so I can give a headcount to the staff at the restaurant.

Look forward to seeing you there!!!

Salutations –


New York – Oct 30 2009

Showtimes: 7.40 pm and 10.10 pm at night
Daytime 11.00 am, 1.10 pm, 3.20 pm and 5.30 pm
How To Seduce Difficult Women is about bringing American men back to the roots of seduction, forged tirelessly throughout the centuries in France. Throughout the film, we witness how Philippe, a Frenchman, tries to teach a motley crew of clueless American men the wit and wisdom that it takes to charm difficult women. Despite his seduction course and how-to manual, we find out whether it is the master himself who needs the educating, or if he’s been able to keep his own game tight. The comedy also includes a taste of real-life NYC street interviews on romance, sex and seduction
Produced by longtime EuroCircle Member (French of course):
Richard Temtchine
Quadrant Entertainment
40w 57th street
New York NY 10019

New York – Oct 30
Friday, October 30, 2009 in New York at 7:40 pmat 9:00 pm – 4:00 am

Location: City Cinemas Village East
Address: 12th Street and Second Avenue New York NY
This is very cool: They say every detail of that happened…
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New York – Oct 01 2009

A very longtime Spanish member of EuroCircle, Ms. Ana de Calvo de Luis is proud to invite fellow Europeans to our first Spanish Art Show at Coolture Spain.
We would be delighted to have the pleasure of your company.
6 pm to 10.30 pm on Oct 1!

Spanish wine and appetizers will be served.

More about Ana:
She is a lawyer and economist, she left investment banking after the towers fell and decided to do something more creative, fun and exciting. Ana then started designing her own line of shoes and bags and introduced them in Barneys, Nordstrom and a hundred other cute boutiques all over USA, Bahamas, Greece… You have seen them in Then, She decided to help other Spanish designers to introduce them in this market, both on the sales side and their PR. They started to get more and more involved with other designers, first European, then American , and then Project runnway and Fashion Week, and the whole thing.
Ana now has a small Fashion Showroom, where they represent a few designers, and where they do lots of interesting and fun events.
She decided to experiment with the art world. Luis Burgos a fantastic figurative painter, well known in Spain, who has never presented his work in New York. He rarely goes to his openings, but for the first time we will be in NYC, so you all can be meet him as well!!

BUT I would like to also make sure you all meet Ana..

New York – Oct 24 2009

The special private event will take place at 400 West 43rd Street (at 9th Avenue) in the second Floor Party room (Duke Ellington Room). It is a very nice space with big projection screens and plenty of space. The doors will open at 5PM and the presentation on Magritte’s life and work will start at 7PM.

There will be updates on the Musee Magritte Museum which opened on 2 June 2009 and which our host Frank Breuer visited in September and on a famous Magritte painting which was stolen from the Musee Rene Magritte Museum in Brussels on 24 September 2009
There is no admission, but PLEASE bring something to drink.
Rene Magritte is remembered as Belgium’s greatest 20th century artist and one of the godfathers of surrealism. He is on the summit of surrealism with Salvador Dali, looking down on the likes of Max Ernst and Marcel Duchamp. Margitte died in late 1960s.

New York – Oct 24
Saturday, October 24, 2009 in New York at 5:00 pm

New York – Oct 29 2009

We have been waiting an entire year to present this ONE AND ONLY event – a pre-Halloween party with ROMANIAN flavor!

– Drink specials from 8 PM till 10 PM
– Complimentary Romanian appetizers
– Romanian DJ until Midnight
Bring your Halloween costume or wear something chic.
Start the weekend with a kick!
Reduced Admission $10 with RSVP
Also, don’t miss our main event on Saturday – the Annual Halloween Spooktacular at the Midtown Loft.

New York – Oct 29
Thursday, October 29, 2009 in New York at 8:00 pm – midnight

New York – Sep 09 2009

Actors, Screenwriters, Directors, Agents and Producers get together for cocktails and networking.
Hosted by Julia Daskalova-Quinn

New York – Sep 09
Wednesday, September 09, 2009 in New York at 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Location: The Four Seasons Restaurant Bar

New York – Aug 16 2017

The Sunday NYC invites all of us from EuroCircle to experience a wonderful Italian tradition at the peak of summer.

Ferragosto is, next to Christmas, Easter and New Year’s, probably the most important holiday in Italy.
Ferragosto is rooted in tradition and as old as the Roman Empire itself. The Romans honored the gods on August 15 with a celebration they called “Feriae Augusti” which was marked by collective rites, eating and drinking. Slaves and servants were allowed to participate in these rites.

At present times, August 15 is the day when Roman Catholics believe the Virgin Mary is supposed to have ascended to heaven. As a Christian holiday, Ferragosto is celebrated with the same zest and vigor as in earlier days. It is the peak of the holiday season for the Italians, who all believe they have to go out of town at Ferragosto.

Our Ferragosto will have a blend of Italian and Brazilian flavor and will be celebrated outdoors on the rooftop of Eden. Where Italy meets Brazil in NYC!
– Doors open at 6:00 pm
– Live Band Performance: Mistura Perfeita from 6:30 to 9:30
– House Music by Enzo Diggey
BRAZILIAN DELICIOUS hors d’oeuvres during Aperitivo time by La Palette from 6:00 to 9:00
Also served during the night – traditional Italian WATERMELON WITH VODKA and more party flavors to experience a unique FERRAGOSTO PARTY in NYC
Tickets at the door are $20.00