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Conveaux’s unique menu offers good food and great relationships, which sets it apart. Conveaux focuses on creating a warm, inviting environment that not only fosters meaningful relationships between guests but also delicious meals. This philosophy is reflected in the menu, which features a variety dishes that promote conversation and sharing. Conveaux’s menu features a variety of dishes, from small plates to tapas and large family platters. It encourages guests to converse and to enjoy one another’s company.
Conveaux also understands that good relations go beyond the guests at the table. The restaurant supports local producers and farmers by sourcing only the best and freshest ingredients to use in their dishes. Conveaux’s goal is to create strong relationships with both their customers and the local community by prioritizing ethical and sustainable practices. Conveaux’s commitment to building community extends to its staff, who have been trained to provide exceptional customer service and create a welcoming atmosphere for guests. Conveaux’s menu is a blend of great food and relationships. It’s a destination that offers both delicious meals and meaningful connections.
There’s an international gastronomic collaboration — featuring some nutritious and relationship-healthy messages — coming to Brooklyn on July 17 and 24 when the “Culinary Conveaux” Two exclusive events for members are held at the 333 Lounge & Restaurant.
The event will feature healthy food preparation and beneficial relationships for singles and couples. It is presented by Conveaux, a relationships education company, The Gathering Spot, a private club with varying ethnicities, Collective Fare, an agri-food service and hospitality provider, and 333 Lounge owned by Erwin Caesar, whose parents are from Guyana. Diageo is the world’s leading spirits and beer distributor.
“Through interactive demonstrations and hands-on experiences, participants will discover how specific ingredients, cooking techniques, and thoughtful meal preparation can heighten emotions, nurture relationships, and create unforgettable romantic experiences,” Danisha Baughan is the owner of Conveaux, a social impact platform.
Chef Roosevelt Ceasar, culinary director of 333 Lounge, is leading the cooking at Culinary Conveaux. Ceasar won the battle of celebrity chefs against Bobby Flay. “Beat Bobby Flay” Last year, there were many TV series.
In addition to Caesar and Baughan, who has roots in St. Thomas and the U.S. Virgin Islands, other international connections in the Culinary Conveaux affair include Lydia Blanco, July 17′s moderator and the host of the “The Get My Life Tour” lifestyles podcast.
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She is Honduran, but has Garifuna ancestry from St. Vincent. And Bahamian-rooted Sadé Muhammad, chief marketing officer for Time Magazine, will be moderating the July 24 event.
Collective Fare is a Culinary Conveaux Partner that operates in Brooklyn. Its owner LaToya, who hails from Jamaica, has Maroon roots, while Collective Fare’s chef Rodney Frazer comes from Sierra Leone. Visit the website for information about memberships and Conveaux public events. moreconveaux.com.
The union of dance, the merger and the fusion all add up to “Amalgamation,” the annual international dance gala, presented by the Jamaica’s Plié for the Arts dance organization at the Little Theatre in Kingston, Jamaica on Wednesday and Thursday.
Dancers in “seven internationally acclaimed” This year’s theme is “The Global Explosion of Dance,” Michaela DePrince from the Boston Ballet is featured. DePrince is scheduled to perform, give free master classes and participate in a Q&A session with Caribbean dancers. Tessane and her Voice Box Kids will pay a tribute to Harry Belafonte, as well as the Philharmonic Orchestra of Jamaica. For information, email email@example.com.
The Bronx Music Heritage Center, through music performances, film screenings, and discussions with artists and scholars will make connections between Congo and Caribbean dance and music.
Bronx Rising! series, “Congo Roots in the Diaspora: Kumina in Jamaica” On July 22, the event will begin at 7pm and include a screening of “Kumina Queen,” a Q&A with Nyasha Laing, the film’s director, and anthropologist Kenneth Bilby discussing “the Congo influence in popular Jamaican music.”
The series concludes on August 26. “Congo Roots in the Diaspora,” on the Bronx Music Hall Plaza, starting at 4 p.m. Bandleader Román Díaz, historian Ivor Miller, and BMHC co-artistic director Bobby Sanabria will talk about Congolese influences and Cuban traditions. And the Román Díaz Ensemble will perform. Admission for the July concert is $10. Students and seniors can get a $5 discount. All events in the outdoor plaza will be free. Call (917 557 2344).