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Ate by Ate: Once Upon a Tea – A Romantic Tea of Scones & Nibbles For Valentine’s at the Windsor Arms

Posted By: Christine Korda

Crisp white tablecloths, engraved and monogrammed silverware, a doorman opening the grand front door, lush tea rooms, and majestic crystal chandeliers. If the Windsor Arms Hotel makes me feel like a princess, their afternoon tea is a model of royal treatment. After the doorman let myself and my boyfriend in, I was in awe. It wasn’t my first time at the hotel, but I was clearly seeing the hotel lobby and even other parts of the hotel with fresh eyes. There were lush green palms in the lobby, a gorgeous, gigantic chandelier hanging from the high ceiling, and a beautiful balcony view of the lobby and banquet hall courtyard cafe from the 2nd floor of the hotel. I was so thrilled to be here again and I was ready to sit down to a beautiful tea full of tea sandwiches, scones, petit fours, and copious amounts of sweet tea.

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Food For Kicks: Winterlicious 2012 - Prime Steakhouse

Posted By: Christine Korda

One of the wonderful things about Winterlicious is that it allows you to be introduced to restaurants that you a) normally wouldn't go to, or b) didn't even know were there. The latter was the case in my visit to Prime Steakhouse at the Windsor Arms for lunch last Wednesday. To be honest, I'm not really sure how I missed out on the Prime memo, considering that I live down the street and was even at the Windsor Arms for tea a few weeks ago.

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New Tang Dynasty Television - Feature on Yorkville

Posted By: Christine Korda

New Tang Dynasty video feature on Yorkville hi-lighting the Windsor Arms Hotel

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Urban Craze:Windsor Arms Hotel – Afternoon Tea

Posted By: Christine Korda

Just over the summer, my buddy and I went on a grand ol’ adventure in the UK. It was a lot of fun travelling to London, Edinburgh (pronounced Ed-in-bra), and Glasgow. We went from castle to castle, admired the beautiful (and not so beautiful) men in kilts, and drank lots of tea (and by lots of tea I mean LOTS of tea).

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Food For Kicks: Winterlicious 2012 - Prime Steakhouse

Posted By: Christine Korda

One of the wonderful things about Winterlicious is that it allows you to be introduced to restaurants that you a) normally wouldn't go to, or b) didn't even know were there. The latter was the case in my visit to Prime Steakhouse at the Windsor Arms for lunch last Wednesday. To be honest, I'm not really sure how I missed out on the Prime memo, considering that I live down the street and was even at the Windsor Arms for tea a few weeks ago.

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