Le Bernadin, New York’s internationally acclaimed four star seafood restaurant, was the location for a luncheon to celebrate the American Craft Council, sponsored by Balvenie Scotch Whisky. You see Klaus, like American Crafts are a finite resource.
Klaus was asked to drink whiskey during the day! Or was it that fact that I was asked, and Klaus came with me? I’m not sure. But the opportunity arose to ask five questions that suddenly became four questions, yet Klaus, the soused gnome was so interested in lunch, he forgot the last one. But that’s another story for another day.
You see Klaus, like American Crafts are a finite resource. High end craft (not roadside crafts) is a fine art form. In many ways, Klaus is the same. He was handmade! Many years ago as well!
At any rate, Klaus was thirsty for whiskey and day drinking is his favorite thing to do.. next to drinking everyone else’s drinks of course.
Klaus is lucky…
He got to meet Anthony Bourdain!