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Gabrielle Ricci

Gabrielle Ricci
Gabrielle is one of the Marketplace Analysts at VenueBook NYC. When they are not at work, they are probably reading a book and drinking a Cafe Au Lait. Gabrielle prides themself on their ability to tie a bow tie and their abundance of men's (boy's because they have small feet) dress shoes. Keep up with them on Twitter and Instagram @Gabricci21
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Recent Posts

Tips for your March Madness Party

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on Feb 7, 2018 3:00:00 PM

Now that the Super Bowl is behind us, we can focus on more important things: March Madness. Any party is a good one, but these tips will really make your March Madness party one for the books. Here's what I got: 

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Topics: Event Planning, Life

Upcoming Conferences and Summits

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on Feb 1, 2018 12:00:00 PM
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Topics: For Venue Managers

VenueBook Venues Serving Great Soup Dishes

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on Jan 5, 2018 10:00:00 AM

I didn’t start enjoying soup until I moved to New York City and I realized it’s only one of a few things (aside from turning the heat on) that helps to keep me warm. Now that the weather is consistently “winter-y”, it’s time for soup...and lots of it. Here are some VenueBook venues serving great soup dishes.  

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Topics: New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington DC

Venue Spotlight: Maven in San Francisco

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on Jan 3, 2018 12:00:00 PM

2018 is here and with it comes updated bucket lists and resolutions that we'll give up on in two weeks. If "Eat Great Food" made it on either of these lists, then you need to use Maven in San Francisco as your checkmark. I highly encourage you to stick to this resolution! 

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Topics: San Francisco

Best Winter Getaways Outside of the City

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on Dec 15, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Well, winter has finally reached the city. We've experienced our second snow, MTA continues to struggle with all kinds of weather conditions and the winter markets are flooded with tourists that seem like they don't know the NYC walking pace. This is it. 

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Topics: Life