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Privy 5 New York Danielle Chang

Founder of LUCKYRICE

Danielle Chang is an entrepreneur and currently the Founder of LUCKYRICE llc, an integrated media and event marketing agency that produces the LUCKYRICE Asian Food Festival. Previously, Danielle was the Founder and Publisher of Simplycity, a venture-backed, global women’s lifestyle media company and print magazine with a readership of 500,000.  She was also the US Head of the French creative advertising agency Assouline, where her clients included Donna Karan, Carolina Herrera and Vivre. Her career has been profiled on the cover of USA Today, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, CNN and other media outlets. Danielle was honored by New York Moves as one of the city’s “Power Women of 2007”. She was named as Working Woman’s “The Ones to Watch” as well as an “Up-and-Coming” media executive by Folio. Danielle Chang lives in New York City with her husband and two daughters.

Privy 5 New York Danielle Chang
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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Midtown

    Cuisine: Asian Fusion/Pan-Asian

    Mezzanine of Chambers Hotel 15 W 56th St New York City NY 10019
    If you're a Momofuku fan, a David Chang fan, or just a fan of great food in general, Momofuku Ma Peche in the Mezzanine of Chambers Hotel. Each dish is innovative and will keep you coming back. This includes the wildly popular "crack pie" which is as good as it's name implies. Balance this out with a bevvy of pork-infused dishes and you'll be in Momofuku heaven.
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine: French

    80 Spring Street (between Broadway and Crosby Streets) New York City NY 10012
    +1 212 965 1785
    Balthazar was recently graced with a visit from Katie Holmes, spending quality mother-daughter time with Suri. If you happen to be inside Balthazar and the shutters are unexpectedly pulled down to keep out prying paparazzi, you are probably in company with a celebrity or two. Balthazar is Keith McNally's masterpiece. Remember the last time you strolled the Boulevard St-Germain? This brasserie fare ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: N/A

    Cuisine: French

    60 East 65th Street New York City NY 10065
    +1 212 288 0033
    This notable restaurant's Michelin starred owner/chef, Daniel Boulud (he has three), has made a name in New York. As the old song goes, "if you can make it there, you'll make it anywhere", and he does, with World Class restaurants in many World Class cities. The overstated opulence of Daniel décor, may rival Zeffirelli at the Met for magnificence; it has received more face-lifts than Dr. Pat Wexle ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Chinatown

    Cuisine: Chinese Dim Sum

    5 East Broadway (Chatham Square) New York City NY 10038
    +1 212 732 0796
    This East Broadway hot spot has a Michelin mention so holds a lot more than mere take-out appeal.  Look at the collaboration between Hong Kong chefs Ping Chung, Guy Lieu and Colette Rossant - French-American food writer and consultant, and this nouvelle alternative to the rugby tackle world of dim sum dining is further enhanced by seating your own buns on Italian designer chairs. With 24 varieties ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: N/A

    21 West 39th Street, Suite 1 21 W 39th St (between 5th Ave & Avenue Of The Americas) New York City NY 10018
    +1 212 921 0233
    No one does spicy Sichuan style hotpot quite like Szechuan Gourmet. For authentic Sichuan food and spiciness, you need to be here. Even Frank Bruni of the New York Times recommends Szechuan Gourmet as it is as good as it gets. Come for the lamb with spiced cumin dish, the pork belly appetizer, and the shrimp with spicy pork and asparagus. If you're partaking in the hotpot, make sure you order a co ... read more >

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