Enjoy a relaxing and fun day in the sun with friends and family. Cruise New York City and the Statue of Liberty. Plan a corporate outing. Dine by boat at some of Long Island Sound's best restaurants. indulge in a catered evening on board or escape for an overnight or weekend getaway. Whatever occasion it is, Sound Char
At Art Greenwich, David and Lee Ann Lester, owners of International Fine Arts Expositions, usher antique and contemporary art, design, and jewelry from more than 60 international exhibitors into a 228-foot docked megayacht. Fine-arts dealer David Brooker entrances art lovers with masterful works from England and America spanning three centuries. Pieces by Andy Warhol call out to pop-art aficionados, while Green River Stone’s fossilized, fish encrusted murals provide pristine snapshots of what life was like 50 million years ago and what salmon looks like when served at Medusa’s dinner parties. Guests swoon over floral accessories from Yvel and ogle the exquisite works of Murano glass from Mark Helliar 20th Century Design that inspire thoughts of flowers with their intricate, natural design and flower-themed costume parties.
In overseeing both individual and team activities, the expert coaching staff at Super Soccer Stars aim to accomplish two goals in each of their programs. The first, naturally, is to help kids as young as 2.5 build soccer skills, which they develop in camps, after-school programs, and targeted workshops for goaltenders. But it's second goal that proves the most important: to build self-confidence and instill a sense of teamwork. To do this, coaches maintain a noncompetitive environment with positive reinforcement and low child-to-coach ratios.
In 1858, textile merchant Robert Bruce became the owner of the building that houses the museum named after him, and he ensured he would be the last one. Shortly before his death in 1909 and after a half-century inhabiting the house, he deeded his home to the town of Greenwich, as long as it would become a museum focused on art and science. In 2012, the museum celebrated its centennial year with a special exhibit of recent and promised gifts to the permanent collection.
With more than 15,000 art and science items, the Bruce Museum continues to live out Robert Bruce's mission, with a series of permanent and rotating exhibits, as well as a series of lectures and events. A few miles away, at Greenwich Point, its Seaside Center educates visitors about the environment and ecology of Long Island Sound.
Candles placed upon the bar and tables at Bambou Asian Tapas & Bar cast a flickering glow on dishes that blend the spices of Chinese and Thai cuisine with the cool flavors of Japanese sushi. Behind the bar, chefs tie ribbons of seaweed around ocean-fresh salmon or chomp on morsels of wasabi before searing soy-glazed chicken with their newfound fire-breath. Wines, sakes, dessert liquors, and cocktails complement hot and cold tapas selections, and chopsticks duel for elegantly plated sushi rolls at the dining room’s intimate booths and tables.
Japanese and Korean dishes share table space within Abis Japanese Traditional Cuisine, a Greenwich eatery in business for more than 20 years. Sushi chefs slice ocean-fresh seafood for sashimi and sushi platters, and hibachi chefs sear filet mignon, red snapper, and other proteins on tableside grills, pairing them with sides such as japanese fried onion soup. Korean specialties include bulgogi, seafood pancakes, and bibim bam served in heated stone bowls.