Dressed from head to toe in fabulous white attire, New Yorkers emerge from their corners of the city for an unrivaled celebration of fine dining, pomp and circumstance, and spontaneity: Dîner en Blanc
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The Waldorf-Astoria allegedly invented red velvet cake. Their recipe remained a secret until a woman shared it with the world out of spite.