Producing parties coast-to-coast, I've traveled 300 miles (at least) between Los Angeles and Detroit.
Listen, I certainly don't know it all, but let's just say that compared to some caterers and event planners out there, I'm know no amateur.
Why? Besides having "seen-it-all" and "done-it-all", I'm still fascinated (and fortunately not burnt out) by everything pertaining to parties. Are you?
In L. A., the party scene of the 90's was like planning the Super Bowl everyday, almost. Imagine that. So, what's the difference in the party atmosphere between Los Angeles and Detroit?
They are miles apart, literally and figuratively.
In L.A., you have the Hollywood industry-chic people. You know the type;a cross between a character on Modern Family, Lauren Conrad, with a little Rachel Ray sprinkled on top. In Detroit, you have the winter tough people; the type who will roll their sleeves up, gladly helping you to move tables in order to accommodate more guests, who prefer less party pomp and circumstance, who threw away party-style fashion for practicality.
Which city has the best parties? You tell me.
I love them both; Los Angeles and Detroit, for different reasons of course. In either city (or anywhere, for that matter), if you staff well and you serve well, you win BIG.
When you get past the amenities, or lack thereof, people are pretty much the same. Everyone likes good service.
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