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Lunchtime Lessons in Love

Lunchtime Lessons in Love

The Big Apple is known for many things. Big, juicy steaks and big desires for love are just some of the few things that almost every breathing woman and man delightfully lusts for on a daily basis in this great city.

During a recent trip to one of Manhattan’s favorite steak houses, lessons in love and cuisine were carefully plated and served for a scrumptious one-of-a-kind lunch.

Over a delightful meal at Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse, The Serious Matchmakers warmly greeted a group of eager women and one man to give them the much-needed tips for proper “Spring Training” when it comes to the game of love in New York City. The dynamic duo Janis and Carly Spindel are one mother-daughter partnership that is sparkling in the business of dating and marriage proposals. Like all things in this town it takes a special combination of magical luck mixed with savvy dynamics to make the world spin around. Love is no different.

The phenomenal pre-dating conditioning advice they have for men helps them minimize wasting time on bad dates. The tips for women are measured out with no sugar coating. And, that is what makes this team special. The principles of what they call the Four Bs are Beauty, Brains, Body and Balance – it is the formula that gets a woman from just meaningless glances from across a room to an actual ring on her finger.

What is charming about the brutally honest duet is that they break down love with truth. Women need to be confident – simple as that. Men respect a female embodiment that combines good, maintained looks with a smart attitude that all comes from a place of magnificent pride.

If you are looking for true love that ends in something substantial and meaningful look no further than this pair to guide you on the road to bliss.

Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse, the preeminent eatery and carnivore’s paradise, pays homage to time honored traditions built on authenticity, quality and consistency. They serve the finest meat and seafood with steaks that are all USDA prime and dry-aged on the premises. Each steak is delivered to the table sizzling in its own juices – the main soundtrack for the restaurant. Ben & Jack’s signature dish is a 44oz dry-aged prime porterhouse steak, which can feed as many as four diners. Other menu highlights include a tower of fresh seafood on ice, rib eye, veal chops, lamb chops and Canadian bacon as well as an array of desserts and sides. There is an extensive wine list with selections from all over the world and a top shelf bar serving signature cocktails. Most importantly, their namesake actually exists compared to other steakhouses, where they make every patron that walks through the door feel like family.

 

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ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

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