Marty Markowitz Will Guest Maître d’ at Noodle Pudding

This dispatch just in from NYC & Company:

NYC & Company, the City’s official marketing, tourism and partnership organization, highlights borough dining with a guest maître d’ appearance by Marty Markowitz, vice president of borough promotion and engagement at NYC & Company, at Noodle Pudding, in Brooklyn Heights. At the Northern Italian restaurant Markowitz will greet diners, encourage visitors and New Yorkers to visit nearby attractions, including Brooklyn Bridge Park and DUMBO, and answer questions about New York City’s attractions. The appearance at the NYC & Company member restaurant on Friday, August 1, 5–7pm is part of NYC & Company’s efforts to encourage tourism to boroughs beyond Manhattan. It is the first of four planned maître d’ appearances (the others taking place in the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island).

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  • NeighboorHood

    Well played Comment Section.

  • fultonferryres

    “Welcome to Noodle Pudding, one of my favorite restaurants in the city of Brooklyn – better than anything you find in that outer borough of Manhattan. And by the way, I highly recommend tonight’s special, line caught Long Island striped bass. And don’t forget dessert – the tiramisu is fantastic! I’m on a diet, but they always bring me some anyway. I can’t refuse!”

  • Chubby Burkhardt

    Is he gonna wear that hat in the picture when he’s there? He should be required to.

  • Karl Junkersfeld

    Maître d’ required to wear shirt and tie and look presentable. That hat will not pass inspection. Thank goodness. By the way, I ate there last night and had linguine and squid. Delicious. Tony asked me to film this event so I’ll be filming. Not what I had planned for a Friday night in the “Big Apple” but can’t refuse a Tony request.

  • marshasrimler

    enough of Marty.. who starved the libraries and feed the developers

  • Chubby Burkhardt

    Good job getting the library mentioned in a topic thread that has nothing to do with library.

  • marshasrimler

    Thank you chubby

  • petercow

    An a*ss-hat, that perjured himself in his the deposition he gave about the PPW bike lane.

  • Doug Biviano

    Marsha is right. Marty controlled hundreds and hundreds of millions of capital budget for this borough over his tenure. Then out of the blue, the Brooklyn Public Library we are shocked to learn is desperate enough to cannibalize itself for the $100 million in disrepair… Is any elected official or their usual hand picked replacements ever accountable? Should we just celebrate them no matter the harm the do or allow?