Lynn’s NYC Supper Blog

Announcing my next Supper Club event – a vegetarian (vegan-optional) dinner on Feb. 16, 2019 in Astoria (in Queens, NYC)!






Hey everyone!  For those who live in NYC or may be visiting later this month, Lynn’s NYC Supper Club is hosting a Vegetarian (vegan-optional) dinner on Saturday, Feb. 16 in Astoria, Queens (which is a part of NYC)!

On the menu will be:

  • Cream of Carrot Soup
  • Palate cleanser of orange slices topped with homemade tapenade and fennel seed
  • Brown-rice stir fry with tofu, kale, fresh ginger, egg (can be set aside for any vegans….), cilantro, garlic, tamari, lime juice
  • For dessert: Strawberries Done Three Ways

Full-price tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite here or via the platform (which is offering a walloping 75% discount for the first two tickets purchased)!  You can Follow my SupperClub webpage, and/or my IGTwitter or Facebook pages to stay informed of future events!

As always, thanks for your interest and support.  I greatly appreciate it!!’



Next event – Home-cooked Greek on Oct. 27, 2018 in Astoria, Queens

After a long hiatus, I’m happy to announce my next event… a home-cooked Greek meal taking place this Saturday night, October 27, in Astoria, Queens, and incorporating recipes from my Greek aunt.  This is one of my favorite menus to create as, quite frankly, it’s scrumptious!

Please Click Here for further details and ticketing info!

And…thank so much for your support!!  Please Share this info with anyone else you know who may be interested.


Soigné Dinner for Two at Joel Robuchon Restaurant

While I’ve yet to post my own first blog…in the meantime I simply HAD to share this one about a spectacular-looking meal that a couple had in order to celebrate their 5th wedding anniversary, in Tokyo!

Travels With Nano

Five years of being together and three years of marriage… we thought the date was worthy of a luxurious dinner in the culinary temple of French haute cuisine – three Michelin-starred Joel Robuchon Restaurant.  joel-robuchon-restaurant-tokyo-1The magnificent chateau stands like a statement piece in-between skyscrapers of Ebisu and oozes elegance and glamour inside and out. joel-robuchon-restaurant-tokyo-44Once inside, a French speaking host escorts you up a marble staircase to the main dining hall which strikes with its royal opulence and formality – crystal chandeliers, mirrors gilded with Swarovski gems, champaign gold draped curtains and black tablecloths. joel-robuchon-restaurant-tokyo-26joel-robuchon-restaurant-tokyo-16The place hums along almost like an enchanted castle, where drinks magically refill, silverware appear, and plates are cleared at just the right time. The atmosphere is formal but certainly not stuffy. joel-robuchon-restaurant-tokyo-34“There is no such thing as the perfect meal. You can always do better.” – Joel Robuchon has always strived for perfection…

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