Four Corners hospitality and TAO Group debuted the fifth iteration of the TAO nightlife concept in Chicago this month. Located in an 1892 building that was originally home to the Chicago Historical Society in River North, the two-level restaurant and nightclub dubbed TAO Chicago occupies 34,000 square feet of space and can accommodate groups of up to 1,800 guests.
Have you purchased your tickets to the October 17 party for the 2018 Best of Northwest Meetings + Events readers’ choice awards? Tickets are $20 but if you plan on attending the Northwest Event Show the day before — making it a two-day industry extravaganza — enter the code #NWEVENTSHOW to save 50%!
The 2018 Best of Northwest Meetings + Events readers’ choice awards will be held:
Wednesday, October 17
King Street Ballroom & Perch
255 South King Street
Seattle, WA 98104
New Year. New Home.
According to an official Tennessee state report on the Economic Impact of Travel on Tennessee Counties, Nashville is the leading city for tourism with $6.5 billion intake from visitor expenses. This total represents an 8.5 percent increase from 2016 tourism, which was $6 billion.
PCMA has opened registration for its 2019 Convening Leaders flagship event, taking place from Jan. 6-9, 2019. The conference will take place at the David. L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is expected to attract more than 4,000 industry professionals. Convening Leaders will provide an assortment of breakout sessions, innovative industry insight and networking opportunities for attendees over the course of four days.
The Sheraton Dallas Hotel, a Marriott International property, has announced the commencement of a multimillion dollar renovation of the downtown Dallas hotel and convention property.
The Sheraton’s location in the downtown Dallas Arts District has made it a favorite gathering place for businesses and venue for social gatherings.
Origin Red Rocks, a debut property from the Origin Hotel Collection, has opened its doors just 15 miles west of Denver, in Golden, Colorado. The historic gold rush town is known for its outdoor music, red sandstone rocks, outdoor adventure opportunities and its beer (the town brews more beer than any other town in America).
America has spoken – more than a quarter of a million times. And with all the votes tallied, three new and delicious on-trend items are being added to the tantalizing dining menu this fall at Hilton Garden Inn.
Earlier this summer, consumers were asked to vote on 11 contenders in the “Sophisticated Bites” contest in the categories of small plates, handcrafted cocktails and sweet treats. The winning fan favorites are: