Andy I will gladly meet you for lunch but 2 pm is the middle of the day. We all work in order to afford shoes that Cleverly makes. I can't tkae off an afternoon as much as I would like. if you wer meeting at 4 I would gladly have a drink afterwards.
There are two bars in the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. The first in the Blvd and the other is the Side Bar (which is located towards the back of the hotel).
Blvd. has the best people watching. Although when I went to sidebar I saw Shawn Merrion the BB player and alot of very nice looking youg ladies. Blvd. is larger.I knew kelliw would know about the bars!! :icon_smile_big:
The Blvd Lounge
Experience chic, stylish comfort, featuring lush sofas and a magnificent 18-foot (5.5-metre) illuminated onyx bar. Also highlighting the room is a large backlit wine display containing over 1,000 bottles. This is the perfect spot for people-watching, or for a romantic night out on the town. Live jazz is presented Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.sidebar
A sophisticated, modern lounge adjacent to CUT, sidebar is the ultimate place to unwind after work or to relax on weekends. A small menu of appetisers - "Rough Cuts" - accompanies a wide selection of wines and classic cocktails with an innovative twist.Gentlemen, any preference?
While I have not met George the Younger, I have known George the Elder for a very long time...dating back to well before George and John Carnera had left New & Lingwood to establish Cleverley. He is indeed one of the nicest of gentleman, but he is also one of the most experienced and knowledgeable men of his trade.Wow! Two of the nicest gentlemen you'll ever meet -- George Glasgow and George Glasgow!! (father and son).
There is a reason that Cleverley -- though a rather recent company -- has come to epitomize classic English shoemaking.Andy said:Not to mention the Cleverley shoes:aportnoy:* The leather, the craftspersonship, the finish, the styles are all fantastic and of the highest quality.
So imagine the next step...a pair of bespoke Cleverleys :icon_smile_big:Andy said:*Maybe I should mention the shoes. I got a pair of beautiful light brown, raised apron band over instep (penny loafer although I hate to use that style terminology since it just doesn't do the shoe justice!) loafer. Absolutely beautiful and the fit is perfect!
I have now had the opportunity to spend some time with George Glasgow Jr and he is indeed an exceptionally nice as well as knowledgeable young man.While I have not met George the Younger, I have known George the Elder for a very long time...dating back to well before George and John Carnera had left New & Lingwood to establish Cleverley. He is indeed one of the nicest of gentleman, but he is also one of the most experienced and knowledgeable men of his trade.