When you sit down with Kyle Hotchkiss Carone, the problem is not engaging in conversation. He runs a nightlife social media site, his contacts and hospitality know-how caught restauranteur David Rabin’s attention, and he’s friends with the likes of Daphne Oz, Nell Diamond and Prabal Gurung (as many party pictures will attest).
The problem is not finding things to talk about. If discussing the city’s best hotels and restaurants don’t interest you, Kyle went to Princeton for African American Studies, because he knew he’d work in hospitality, and thus decided to explore another interest in the meantime.
The problem, of course, is deciding where to start.