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OUR JOURNEY

Updated: Mar 29


Our team has broad experience in the restaurant industry having helped launch many restaurants across all 5 NYC boroughs and Long Island. In 2004 our team helped launch Ricardo Steakhouse in New York City and in 2009 we opened a Peruvian Cuisine restaurant called Ceviche. In 2008 we collaborated and consulted to open East Harlem Café.



In 2013 our team was fundamental in the opening of Prime One16 Steakhouse also in East Harlem. We were contracted for the build-out and design of Sabor Latino Restaurant and Lounge in Queens, NY. We have also consulted for many other restaurants in NYC.



In 2015 Our team joined Corner Social where we oversaw all operational aspects of the restaurant. After joining the team at Corner Social the restaurant became one of the premiere restaurants in Northern Manhattan.

In 2017 our team opened the 2 most iconic landmarks in Harlem: The Cecil Steakhouse and Minton’s Playhouse both of which have now become two of the most sought after destinations in NYC.



TMG has also broad experience in the artistic industry having worked and helped produce outstanding musicals, including “A Soldier’s Song”, “The Importance of Doing Art”, “Growing Up Gonzales”, “The Latin Nutcracker” which we Co-Produced with Vanessa Williams, and many other off Broadway plays, comedy shows, Poetry Slams such as “Poetry Idol, concerts etc. and we provided marketing strategies for many Broadway Production companies such as “The Mountaintop”, “Stickfly”, “Wicked”, “Godspell”, “Ghost”  “Motown The Musical” “Ann” and many others.




In 2013 we co-produced “The Importance of Being Earnest” “The Beauty Queen Of Leenane” “The Harlem Shakespeare Festival” “The Italian Lesson”, “The Stronger”, “The Latin Nutcracker” among others. We has also produced Opera shows, concerts and hosted numerous Film Premieres.

 


 

TMG is a member of The Red Tape Commission a group convened by Comptroller Scott Stringer of 31 small business leaders, regulatory experts and advocates from across the City, co-chaired by Jessica Lappin, President of the Alliance for Downtown New York, and Michael Lambert, Executive Director of the Bed-Stuy Gateway Business Improvement District to find ways to cut red tape and help small businesses grow.

 




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