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New York is full of those double-decker buses that cart tourists up and down the avenues as guides bark out fascinating facts. But on Thursday, one of those buses will be offering up a far more refined experience. Parked next to Radio City Music Hall on the 27th, which happens to be National Refreshment Day, will be a customized double-decker bus fitted out with chairs, tables and bistro umbrellas. Servers and bartenders will serve guests a selection of charcuterie, cheese, fruits and desserts served on small plates, plus mocktails (read: virgin cocktails) to wash it all down.

Free artisanal fare served in a bus is sure to be a surprising experience for the midtown tourist crowd, but the most unusual part of the event might be who’s doing the serving.



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