Purity Vodka partners with A Razor, A Shiny Knife for a memorable evening of Eastern medicine and Western cuisine.

When was the last time you sat down to experience a meal? Not just eat, but fully appreciate a dining experience? We're often so busy that we don't take the time to stop and really taste, much less enjoy, our meals. PSFK was recently invited to a dinner that not only forced us to slow down and appreciate the meal, but truly revel in the art of dining, and the complexities of our own palates.

Purity Vodka, in partnership with A Razor, A Shiny Knife (the minds behind the L Train dining car), created a culinary experience that used the principles of Eastern Medicine to elevate the senses and make the body more receptive to bespoke cocktails and a gourmet meal. Instead of ordering off a menu, our meal choices were dictated by our body's needs- upon arriving at the dinner, acupuncturist James C. Bae asked us a series of questions related to our stress levels, digestive health, and energy levels. Our answers determined not only our acupuncture, massage, and reflexology treatments for the evening, but also our  meal track, with the treatments and food choices complimenting each other, providing us with the optimal dining experience for both our body and mind.

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