Monday, November 4, 2013

Halloween At NYC's Swanky Royalton

Mark Bego

Steve Mack, N.J. Burkett

Tiffany Aeillo, Cindy Fox

Kim Cameron, Keith Collins, Billy Sample

Esther Nash

The Industry Halloween Spooktacular at New York City’s Famed “Royalton” Hotel was the spot to be Thursday night. A VIP Guest list event garnished with live entertainment mixed with a bevy of industry insiders & Celebrities who mingled the night away at the NYC hotspot Forty Four At Royalton. Hosted by Actor Keith Collins & Celebrity Wireimage Photographer Steve Mack with Live music by “The Chris Paul Band” and an exclusive live performance by Top 20 Billboard Recording artist on the dance charts “Kim Cameron” & Side FX band members along with special guest host former NY Yankee & from the new comedy film Reunion 108 “Billy Sample”. Others  seen in the mix of the crowd were;  ABC News Correspondent N.J Burkett, Celebrity Author Mark Bego , HBO’s Telling Nicholas Thanbir Ahmed, TV Host Cognac Wellerlane, Designer Esther Nash, From America’s Top Model Kim Porcino, Naked Cowgirl Cindy Fox, Fitness Model Bob Caron, Talk Show Host Ginger Broderick, Whats Your Problem’s Janet Arneau & Former Village People Keyboardist Richard trifan. Forty Four at Royalton, The design – simultaneously sophisticated and complex – juxtaposes an icy cast-glass vestibule and brutalist steel and brass furnishings with soft suede upholstery, thick leather walls and hide-covered chairs to create a dark, sexy and luxurious space. Design and architectural details include a mammoth floor-to-ceiling hand forged cast–bronze fireplace, a twenty-foot screen that was once part of the façade of a building in France and hand-upholstered leather walls done in a pattern reminiscent of African tribal art. It’s headlined by world class bartenders and cocktails accompanied by a food menu that deconstructs familiar favorites, it's popular bar and restaurant celebrates the longstanding hotel lobby ritual of a traditional happy hour, offering a modern twist on timeless classics.

photo credit steve mack


  1. Thanks to Keith Collins and Steve Mack for making it fun!
    Richard Trifan