“Hi: we don’t do much dining on that date.During that time I was tabbed by the Office of Emergency Management in NYC to be one of the coordinators of the food effort at the site, as we had to serve about 40 thousand meals a day on the site as it was considered a rescue effort upon initiation. Only after about 5 days did we figure out that everyone was dead. I knew a lot of the chefs and had run the football stadium so they knew I had the ability to organize food for large groups, thus they called me. I ended up working on the project about 3 months.
The restaurant at the top of the building was called Windows on the World. Michael Lomonoco was the chef, I had worked with him at the 21 club. Many of my former employees from Tavern on the Green worked there. Unfortunately many of the people who perished were friends of ours. Surviving members of the staff have organized a restaurant called Colors.”
But you have to drink it everyday for 30 years to go this colour!