Lagos, the nationally known luxury jewelry brand, has teamed with The Rittenhouse hotel in Philadelphia for a special caviar-based promotion to raise funds for autism research.
The luxury hotel is using the month of April (Autism Awareness Month) to launch its new private-label caviar—a 30-gram tin of oscietra caviar from Sturia, the flagship brand of French caviar producer Sturgeon.
Throughout the month, guests at the hotel’s restaurants—Lacroix, Bar210 and the Library Bar—can order “The Caviar Experience” package, which includes The Rittenhouse private-label caviar with traditional accompaniments, a bottle of one of Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2004 champagne. The food a drink course will be paired with the Lagos Black Caviar enamel beaded bracelet with pavé diamonds set in sterling silver with 18k gold accents. Caviar is the signature line of jewelry created by the Philadelphia-based jewelry brand.
The cost of the package is $2,150 with 15% of proceeds going to Autism Speaks—a national organization that promotes solutions for individuals with autism and their families through advocacy and support.
Guests who wish to tie in the caviar package with a hotel stay at The Rittenhouse’s suites can book it ahead of time. Rates start at $4,000 with 15% of proceeds going to Autism Speaks.
Sylvain Briens, The Rittenhouse food and beverage director, said the partnership made sense for a number of reasons. First, the name of Lagos' iconic jewelry line shared the name of the promotion; second, the company is based in Philadelphia; and third, because Lagos has a branded boutique at Rittenhouse Square, near the hotel.
“We can’t think of a better way to launch our private-label caviar than by working with our Rittenhouse Square neighbor and highlighting their signature Caviar line,” Briens said. “Being able to also contribute to a charity we are all passionate about is a great bonus.”
For more information about this promotion, visit lacroixrestaurant.com or call 215-790-2525.
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