Backlash against a New Year’s Eve Party at the National Building Museum continues, and revelers take aim at promoters Reed Landry and Fritz Brogan.
By Katherine Delmonico
As thousands of partygoers dispersed from the National Building Museum on New Year’s Eve, it has since become increasingly clear that the family that parties together doesn’t necessarily stay together. In the aftermath of the party, hosted by Late Night Shots, the George and Gin & Tonic, which has now been chalked up as a bit of catastrophe, partygoers have taken to internet message boards to voice their frustrations. What was advertised as an elegant, black-tie optional affair with a champagne toast at midnight, started out as such, but soon turned into an oversold party scrum. Understandably, hosts Reed Landry, co-founder of Late Night Shots and Fritz Brogan, partial owner of Glover Park haunts Kitchen and Gin & Tonic, at the forefront of the criticism.