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Radio Guest List–Delmonico’s New York–January 5, 2013

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We’ve just avoided the fiscal cliff, so what’s to come in 2013? This week, Peter sits down with Travel Weekly’s Arnie Weissmann and Travelocity’s Courtney Scott to find out their recommendations and predictions for 2013 travel.  Plus, he is joined by New York personalities the Millionaire’s Magician Steven Cohen and Talk Stoop host Cat Greenleaf, who share some of their favorite New York hidden gems. Tune into the show broadcasting from Delmonico‘s, known as America’s first restaurant, in the Financial District of New York.

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Arnie Weissmann, editor in chief of Travel Weekly and senior vice president of North Star Travel Media, points out why 2013 is poised to be a good year in travel.

Billy Oliva, executive chef of Delmonico’s, talks about how the historic restaurant is putting a savory twist on classic dishes like Baked Alaska, Lobster Newburg and Eggs Benedict.

Steve Cohen, the Millionaires’ Magician, shares just a few of his latest magic tricks and discusses his recent History Channel special Lost Magic.

Courtney Scott, senior editor for Travelocity.com, shares the latest dead week deals, hot destinations for 2013 and what’s happening in this year’s wave season.

Dennis Turcinovic, managing partner at Delmonico’s Restaurant, looks at the history of the family business and the way that it has evolved.

Michaela Guzy, founder of OhThePeopleYouMeet.com, talks about her recent trip to Peru going beyond Machu Picchu for a more immersive experience.

Cat Greenleaf, host of Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf, introduces some of New York’s unique characters she’s interviewed and shares her favorites local haunts.

By Lily J. Kosner for PeterGreenberg.com

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