Serendipity Parties: Pleasantly Unexpected Ideas for Entertaining
Written by Stephen Bruce and Sarah Key, Photographed by Liz Steger, Illustrated by Seymour Chwast
If Andy Warhol, Dr. Seuss, and Willy Wonka were to plan a party, it might turn out something like this. Hollywood stars, young trendsetters, and families from all over the world flock to Serendipity. With its dessert-loaded menu, fun decor, and carefree vibe, this is the place to celebrate any occasion that calls for lots of chocolate. Serendipity Parties brings the restaurant’s madcap sense of hospitality home. Whether it’s a birthday, holiday, or a summer pool party, this book has a plan for you. Offbeat decor tips, must-have music, and hilarious anecdotal sidebars accompany delicious recipes that reflect Serendipity’s over-the-top style. Perfect for families, the book is also ideal for beginning hosts and hostesses looking to develop their own easy and exciting entertaining style.
About The Author
Stephen Bruce is one of the three founding princes of Serendipity. Begun in 1954, Serendipity was one of the first restaurants in the country to turn dining into a theatrical experience. Located in New York’s East Side, this dessert emporium fills two floors of a historic townhouse