The sky was clear and perfectly sunny, with a subtle breeze, creating an ideal atmosphere to enjoy drinks and food while watching the region’s most talented horses compete. Rastellidirect.com provided delicious sandwiches and fresh seafood. Guests also enjoyed Di Bruno Bros.’s exclusive selection of cheese, meats and deli sandwiches. When guests were ready for desert, chocolate cake pops, cookies, creme brûlée and an assortment of tarts, from the Borgata satisfied their appetites. The food was washed-down with Lamarca‘s sparkling wine, water, and other beverages.
Of course no polo match can be enjoyed without surveying the fashionable guests in attendance. Ladies showcased their finest hats while the handsome men styled in their country club attire, as they danced to the mixes that DJ Eddie Tully provided. Guests also seized the opportunities to view cars from event sponsor Audi.
Borgata won the exciting match with a final score of eight to five, but everyone at Tinicum left winners because of the beautiful clear sky and light breeze they took advantage of on the relaxing summer evening.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company L.L.C. began in the early 1900’s in Boston, started by hotelier Cesar Ritz who was known as “the king of hoteliers and the hotelier to kings,” serving as a benchmark for the hotel that would succeed it. After his death, Albert Keller bought and franchised the name causing it to expand throughout the world. Since then, the hotel remains to embody Ritz’s “Yankee ingenuity and Boston social sensibilities.” The 48-story Residences in Center City combines legendary Ritz-Carlton amenities with care-free living, which makes it a one-of-a-kind location in Philadelphia.
The Borgata Hotel, Casino and Spa in Atlantic City was opened in 2003 to “rival those once found only in cities such as New York City and Las Vegas.” From upscale restaurants named after famed chefs to classic Italian style-inspired rooms, the Borgata is a model of exclusivity in one of New Jersey’s most visited tourists areas.