Recently Crane Brothers hosted a dinner at one of Auckland’s newest fine dining establishments The Roxy.
It was to celebrate a number of things; most importantly our ongoing relationship with Moet Hennessy and in particular Dom Perignon.
The evening was a gathering of men, many of who were meeting each other for the first time but all of who in their own special way were making their presence felt on a national and international stage, whether it is in film, design, media or business. That combined with Sean Marshall's great food, Gary Olasz's fantastic service, some great Bill Culbert artworks and free flowing champagne made for a memorable evening.
The Regency dinner will become a regular fixture on the Crane Brothers calendar and I am already planning the next one.
The hardest part is working out how to limit it to only 18 people.
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