1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Daylife We did some good and had some fun We held a Howloween Yappy Hour benefitting our friends at The Sato Project Published on: October 24, 2018 Share Article: This past Sunday, October 21st we hosted a Howloween Yappy Hour to raise money for our friends at The Sato Project. If you're not familiar with their work, The Sato Project is dedicated to rescuing abandoned and abused dogs from Puerto Rico, giving them veterinary care and finding them loving homes. We invited locals and hotel guests to join us in Neighbors cafe to enjoy a cash bar serving "Moscow Mutts", enter their pups in a costume contest, and most importantly learn about The Sato Project's mission directly from their founder, Chrissy Beckles. It was a chilly Sunday, but that didn't stop tons of locals from bundling up and bringing their pups to mingle with other pups to raise some money for pups in need. The pup costumes rivaled some human ones! The winner of the costume contest was The Bulldog Fortune teller! Pets can always feel at home at 1 Hotels properties and pet owners can always rest easy knowing that there are no hidden fees associated with having their four legged family member nearby. Share Article: Other Articles You May Enjoy Nourishing New York City While we all grapple with the impacts of a global pandemic, COVID-19 has increased food insecurity for even more of our most... View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel Central Park 1 Promise Field Report Ingredients First Our People Introducing Our Resident "Farmista" Jill Volat here, the resident "Farmista" at 1 Hotel West Hollywood. In collaboration with 1 Hotels, I spearheaded the creation... View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel West Hollywood Ingredients First Our People Cavatelli with Fresh Pea Pesto & Roasted Tomato During this time at home, many of us are seeking out new activities. Why not try your hand in the kitchen with Chef Denevin... View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Ingredients First Our People To minimize the use of plastic in your own life, look around your home and work to identify plastic items. From there, seek to find alternatives.