Wanna have dinner with me in NYC? {2 spots left}


If you know me, you know there’s not much I love more than a good Farm to Table dinner, an ambitious group of women, an a fine glass of Prosecco.

Pair all of that with a rooftop view of Manhattan and I’m sold!

I’m hosting my next Girlfriends Gone Wild dinner next month and I’d love for you to join me!


Here are the deets: 

Girlfriends Gone Wild: NYC 

When: Monday evening, October 24th, 6:00-9:00 pm.
Where: A private apartment in the Southside of Williamsburg
Brooklyn, New York

10 women (2 spots left)

Sign up here.



We’ll gather at the home of my dear friend, Caroline Priebe, in trendy Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC.

 –The roof has an amazing North and South view of Manhattan, we will have drinks up there and watch the sunset if the weather is nice. 

 –The neighborhood is called the Southside of Williamsburg and pretty much ANY movie or tv show you’ve watched in the last 2 years has been filmed on this street, including Girls, Boardwalk Empire, Master of None, How to be Single, Blue Bloods etc.

 –It is one block from the East River and one block from Marlow and Sons/Diner two of the most pioneering and influential Brooklyn restaurants in local, seasonal, whole animal Brooklyn Cuisine. 

 –The historic Gretsch Building (former musical instrument factory now luxury condos) up the street houses quite a few celebrities (Susan Saradon, Busta Rhymes, Josh Hartnett etc) so you might have a celeb sighting too. 



Caroline Priebe is an accomplished 17 year NYC Fashion Indutry veteran, Martha Beck Certified Life Coach and a graduate of the prestigious National Gourmet Institute. She is passionate about slow fashion, slow living AND slow food. 

So you know this is gonna be good.

Wanna join us? 

Click here to reserve your spot.

I hope to see you there!


xoxo, Susan


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