Mark Birnbaum- A New Yorker known for his contributions to the hospitality industry

“Mark Birnbaum, a distinguished name in the hospitality industry, started his career as a promotions director.”

Mark Birnbaum, founder of the EMM Group, has played an important role in changing New York’s Meatpacking district, into one of the most happening areas of the city.

Forbes magazine has titled Mark Birnbaum as New York’s King of the nightlife. Mark along with his two partners, Eugene Remm and Michael Hirtenstein established a number of restaurants and nightlife venues in New York and Miami; which consequently are known for their sophistication, winning atmosphere and top quality services.

Together they have created a strong business portfolio, in the hospitality industry, making them the leaders in this industry. Today, the EMM group holds a strong reputation, making this group popular all over the world.

The Tenjune, which was established in 2006, has gained a lot of popularity due to its top of the line services, layout, and the surprise performances, that are been offered to its clientele.

These three partners expanded the EMM group, and took on new projects across the Hudson. With their decision of business expansion, a new hotel known as The Chandelier Room was established in 2008, which provided magnificent indoor and outdoor views of New York City’s skyline.

Additionally, in 2009, the group introduced a new concept in the form of their fist restaurant known as Abe and Arthur’s. This restaurant provides one of the finest dining and entertainment experiences.

Besides all this, Mark Birnbaum, Eugene Remm, and Michael Hirtenstein also decided to take the concept of the Catch to Miami, where they established a seafood restaurant, which soon became a paradise for seafood lovers.

Mark Birnbaum is not only a successful entrepreneur in the hospitality industry, but he is also a philanthropist who has donated generously to different charities.

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