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Revere Hotel opens rooftop bar with a party

From left: Karen Mulligan, Christina Ricci, and Jill Demling on the Revere Hotel rooftop.

Laurie Swope

From left: Karen Mulligan, Christina Ricci, and Jill Demling on the Revere Hotel rooftop.

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The Revere Hotel opened its new rooftop bar and lounge with a party hosted by Karen Mulligan, studio manager for celebrity photographer Annie Liebovitz, and Jill Demling, an editor at Vogue and a Weston native. (Mulligan and Demling are the co-owners of surf/swimwear line Pret a Surf, which the hotel’s staff wore at the party.) Demling’s pal, actress Christina Ricci, made the scene with her fiance, James Heerdegen, as did stylist Susan Joy, restaurateur David Marino, Revere Hotel GM Simon Mais, Ben Mezrich and wife Tonya Chen Mezrich, HGTV’s Taniya Nayak, Shag owner Sandy Poirier, Channel 7’s Janet Wu, and shoe designer Thom Solo. . . . Down the street at Davio’s, PR poobah George Regan hosted a dinner for Mayor Tom Menino and his wife,
Angela, with guests Stephen and Robert Weiner, NECN’s Jenny Johnson, Bob Sheridan, Paul and Cecily Foster, and former congressman Bill Delahunt. . . .
Also dining at Davio’s were Tom Brady and his family and, at another table, former Bengals QB and now network color commentator Boomer Esiason.

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