Cheese by Teitel Brothers.
The evening featured food from some of the city's top restaurants and food purveyors.
On March 3, the Gracie Mansion Conservancy held a Benefit Dinner at Gracie Mansion in New York City. Nearly 200 guests enjoyed a performance by the Tony award-winning performer Faith Prince and an exquisite dinner provided by some of the city’s top restaurants and food purveyors, including Nobu, Four Seasons Restaurant, The Modern, The Palm House, San Pietro, Atlantic Grill, Teitel Brothers, Pamplona, Mitchell London Foods, Taverna Kyclades, Da Noi, Great Performances, Granddaisy Bakery, and Bedell Cellars.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg hosted the evening which was co-chaired by Anne and Alain Goldrach, Jeanette Loeb, and Katherine Farley and Jerry Speyer.
The Gracie Mansion Conservancy is a private not-for-profit organization established in 1981 to preserve, maintain, and enhance Gracie Mansion – a 209-year old structure which has been home to New York City Mayors since 1942. The house is a unique and historic landmark which underwent a major restoration in 2002 under Mayor Bloomberg, transforming Gracie Mansion into the “People’s House” with increased accessibility to the public and to City agencies. Gracie Mansion is presently more frequently used than at any other time in its history. In addition to the individuals and civic and community groups who have visited Gracie Mansion, over ten thousand school children have toured the house over the past five years. To support Gracie Mansion’s important uses, The Conservancy raises private funds to preserve and maintain the house.