Power Networking at Baton Rouge
Joseph Barnes, owner of Baton Rouge, is proud that his guests are happy to have a comfortable place within the community where they can come and break bread together, enjoy cool music and cocktails while they relax and vibe.
Power Networking Series Business Card Exchange after Hours at Baton Rouge Reataurant September 28, 2005 Sponsors L to R: Sean Dove, Proud Poppa Magazine, Phil Andrews, host of Power Networking Series, and James Lisbon, Publisher of AMAG Magazine
Phil Andrewsâ€™ Power Networking Business Series Business Card Exchange in conjunction with AMAG...For The Conscious Professional and Proud Poppa Magazine presented its 5th Power Networking Series at the beautiful, new Baton Rouge Restaurant and Lounge in Harlem.
Over 60 small business owners came out to enjoy a lovely evening of scandalous food, fun, cocktails, live jazz, R&B and soul while networking at Harlemâ€™s chic new restaurant and cocktail lounge, Baton Rouge, tastefully located on beautiful brownstone lined 145th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Convent Avenue.
Harlemâ€™s rapid growth over the past decade continues to attract business owners from outside of Harlem.Â Building a strong Black business network is essential to the survival of Black businesses in Harlem.Â The Power Networking Business Series is endeavoring to develop that solid, healthy economic infrastructure that will be an anchor for Black business owners in Harlem and throughout the metropolitan area.
Hosted by AMAG, Phil Andrewsâ€™ Power Networking Business Card Exchange and Proud Poppa Magazine, networkers enjoyed happy hour from 5 to 7pm, followed byÂ hors d'oeuvres and the classic, funky soul stylings of Up Front Contemporary and Classic R & B Band. Guests had the option of enjoying the party inside the cozy restaurant or outside on the intimate back yard patio.
Baton Rouge has four beautiful floors bringing you authentically richÂ New Orleans motif. Each floor can be utilized for themed events. Organizations, businesses, and social groups take advantage of Baton Rougeâ€™s Networking Thursdays to popularize their products and services, new business opportunities or simply to meet like-minded professionals.Â Different institutions are highlighted weekly.Â
Baton Rougeâ€™s Seafood Gumbo, Pecan Crusted Catfish in Praline Sauce, and Slow Roasted Herb Crusted Lamb Chops with Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Creamed Spinach have gotten rave reviews.Â They have also received tremendous acclaim for their tableside flame demonstration of Bananas Foster.Â The Hurricanes are said to remind you of Bourbon Street.
Joseph Barnes, owner of Baton Rouge, is proud that his guests are happy to have a comfortable place within the community where they can come and break bread together, enjoy cool music and cocktails while they relax and vibe.Â Mr. Barnes is also the successful owner of two MoBay Caribbean Soul Cuisines â€“ one located on West 125th Street in Harlem and one on trendy Dekalb Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. The exquisite Baton Rouge is his latest magnum opus.
AMAGâ€¦For the Conscious Professional www.awarenessmagazine.net is a magazine whose focus is to raise the entrepreneurial spirit in all, while recognizing the accomplishments of individuals and businesses who are concerned with our community.Â AMAG recently produced a Teen Awareness Day event at Intermediate SchoolÂ 119 in Fort Greene, Brooklyn where co-star of the hit television series, CSI: NY, and author of the highly acclaimed book, Letters to a Young Brother, Hill Harper was keynote speaker.Â AMAG alsoÂ operates an ongoing internship program for high school students.
Proud Poppa Magazine, www.proudpoppa.net, is described by its Publisher, Shawn Dove as, â€œâ€¦more than a publication.Â Â Proud Poppa is an empowerment strategy designed to celebrate, elevate and replicate fatherhood success principles in the Black community.â€?Â Proudpoppa.net is a finalist for the Black Web Awards in the top categories, Most Original Site & Best Site for Brothas!
Baton Rouge www.batonrougeny.com is located at 458 West 145th Street between Amsterdam and Convent Avenue in Harlem, NYC.Â Contact Baton Rouge at 212-281-2336 to discuss highlighting your business, institution or project.
The Power Networking Business Series will be presenting more Business Card Exchange After Hour events.Â
Brenda Jeanne Wyche, Advocate for Solutions and Results Â©2006 is Managing Editor for The Black Star News and Harlem Business News and CEO of Winning Strategies & Associates, a business development consultancy in New York City.Â If you have a solution, contact Brenda@blackstarnews.com .Â Maybe weâ€™ll talk.
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