CATCH Plays Host To The 9/11 Event and Lady Antebellum’s Lead Singer Charles Kelley Birthday Party

NYC’s newest hotspot CATCH in the meatpacking district hosted two major events over the weekend.

On Friday Seeptember 9th, CATCH the hosted the after-party for the celebrity benefit reading of Sarah Tuft’s heartfelt play 110 Stories, which tells harrowing, true stories from those at Ground Zero in the wake of the horror on 9/11. The productions co-stars, including Stephen Baldwin, Monk’s Tony Shaloub, Comedian Mario Cantone, Law & Order SVU’s Tamara Tunie, Super 8’s Noah Emmerich, The Proposal’s Aasif Mandvi, The Karate Kid’s Ralph Macchio, among others celebrated the closing night of the play along with Tony Award-Winning theater director Gregory Mosher and EMM Group owners Eugene Remm, Mark Birnbaum and Michael Hirtenstein.

Tony Shaloub, Noah Emmerich, Ralph Macchio
Stephen Balwin

On Sunday September 11th after singing a powerful and moving rendition of the National Anthem during the New York Jet’s pre-grame 9/11 tribute on Sunday, Lady Antebellum’s lead singer Charles Kelley celebrated his 30th birthday with an intimate dinner at Meatpacking District’s newest restaurant, CATCH.  Joined by his band members Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood and wife Cassie Kelley, Kelley and his friends feasted on a speciality menu prepared by CATCH’s Executive Chef and Top Chef winner, Hung Huynh, before being presented with a speciality birthday cake in the shape of a vintage record-player, prepared by Executive Pastry Chef Thiago Silva, as the group sang happy birthday and toasted with flutes of champagne. Following the dinner, Kelley and his party headed to nearby hotspot SL to continue the birthday celebration!

Charles Kelley, Cassie McConnell
Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott

Located at the corner of 13th Street and Ninth Avenue in the heart of the Meatpacking District, CATCH is a bi-level contemporary seafood concept with an enclosed rooftop lounge offering a variety of unique dining experiences for all guests.