Jessica Wolf – Bon vivant and founder of Vivonne
Intrigued by the unique social environment of 17th Century salons, Jessica Wolf set out to recreate the eclectic and lavish environment with a community of modern individuals. Vivonne offers a social dining experience accented with artistic performance, cerebral conversation, and culinary delights. August’s dinner features Roberta’s pizza and artist Nick Onken for and Italian feast at the iconic Astor building on the Upper West Side. Jessica is re-imagining the private dinner soiree, elevating the traditional dining experience an re-invigorating the intellectual gathering. Though membership is very selective, you may apply online at vivonne-nyc.com.
A bit about Jessica:
Jessica graduated from Dartmouth College with a B.A. in Art History and Creative Writing, with a focus in Roman & Greek Mythology. Within a mere 4 years she founded the Dartmouth Food Truck, The Box, and landed her Sorority on probation for executing a series of wild and inventive soirees. Her summers were spent managing restaurants, leading the Sephora campaign for Laura Mercier, creating an artist studio program in Harlem, and evaluating art for Simon Dickinson.
Jessica has a history of hosting events, cooking within her own home and providing intimate dining experiences for small groups of friends and family. Inspired by the success of her hobby and her ambitions to be the most galliant salon host of the 21st century, she decided to open her supper club to the greater public. Vivonne was born. Visit vivonne-nyc.com
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