T.I. Flies to New York to Celebrate His "Welcome Home" Party at Favorite Restaurant, Philippe by Philippe Chow

NEW YORK, Nov. 3, 2011 -- Following a headline-making 10 month prison sentence, T.I.was "Welcomed Home" by friends at his favorite restaurant in New York, Philippe.  Immediately after landing, T.I. along with his wife, Tamika "Tiny" Cottle arrived at Philippe by Philippe Chow where they were warmly greeted with hugs by producer Swizz Beatz, rapper Jada Kiss, rapper J.Cole and New York Giants player Deon Grant as well as other friends.

The mood was jovial as guests enjoyed tray after tray of Philippe's delicacies such as; chicken satay, spring rolls, beef satay, soup dumplings, beef dumplings, shrimp dumplings, vegetable dumplings, mini chicken lettuce wraps, and fried rice in lettuce wraps.  Ciroc specialty cocktails were served throughout the night as guests were treated to a preview of T.I.'s highly anticipated new book, "Power & Beauty." During the event, T.I., Tiny, Swizz Beatz, and his entourage sat down and enjoyed a dinner fit for the "King of the South" including Philippe's signature dishes of Velvet Chicken, Crispy Beef, and Nine Seasons Spicy Prawns. During dinner, the ever approachable T.I. took time to sign books for guests and take photos with adoring fans.  

ABOUT PHILIPPE BY PHILIPPE CHOW: Owner and Executive Chef Philippe Chow has crafted a menu that boasts a variety of traditional Chinese dishes including specialties like the Chicken Satay (chicken skewers in Chef Philippe's famous cream sauce.)The chic eatery exudes elegance, combining its chic decor of red, black, and white hues with candlelight and dramatic chandeliers, which creates an intimate and romantic environment for diners and features its signature wine rooms, which are perfect for a private dinner event.

For further information on Philippe Chow, please visit: www.philippechow.com

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November 4, 2011 5:05am ET by Newsdesk   Comments (0)



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