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Randi Zuckerberg To Bring Tech-Driven Dining Experience Sue's Tech Kitchen To New York City This Holiday Season
[November 13, 2017]

Randi Zuckerberg To Bring Tech-Driven Dining Experience Sue's Tech Kitchen To New York City This Holiday Season

NEW YORK, Nov. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Randi Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, is bringing her family-friendly, tech-infused, "snack-hacking" concept, Sue's Tech Kitchen (STK), to New York City for BETA testing just in time for the holiday season. The Holiday SpecTECHular will launch on November 25th at New York City's brand new tech hub, The Bridge at Cornell Tech on Roosevelt Island. The creator of the award-winning children's show, Dot. brings an interactive, immersive, puzzle-solving spectacle for all ages that encourages a healthy relationship with technology and inspires kids to embrace STEM skills. 

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Sue's Tech Kitchen will revolutionize family fun, allowing guests of all ages to engage with cutting-edge technology and each other. Guests of Sue's Tech Kitchen will experience interactive STEM-inspired holiday attractions, like candy coding, 3D printed treats, liquid nitrogen desserts and silent science discos. Littlstar will power the Sue's Tech Kitchen's Virtual Reality Corner, featuring Raising a Ruckus, the first episode of a new VR animated series, and a variety of immersive NBA experiences. Sue's Tech Kitchen will also feature guest appearances, special performances, and STEM lessons from "Sue's Chefs," as well as introduce guests to Randi's favorite techie holiday gifts from Presenting Partners Foodstirs, Tech Will Save Us, Thursday Finest, Piper, Primo Toys and more.

Conceptualized by Zuckerberg and designed by a team of tech experts, engineers, and scientists, Sue's Tech Kitchen features technologies from all corners of the modern imagination, empowering kids and adults to engage with tomorrow's technologies. Guests will be immersed in a futuristic technology experience all while enjoying surprise appearances, performances and a STEM-inspired holiday market. Guests will enjoy this BETA experience by getting a taste of what Sue's Tech Kitchen has in store in the coming months and years as it continues to expand.

"After the success of our "Beta Taste" in Chattanooga earlier this year, we knew we had something very special with Sue's Tech Kitchen," sys Sue's Tech Kitchen creator, Randi Zuckerberg. "As a mother myself, I'm always looking for places to bring my children that will be fun and enriching for everyone. I couldn't wait to bring Sue's Tech Kitchen to New York City to share it with my own family and all families. New York City is such a magical place during the holiday season that it was the obvious choice for our next stop. We can't wait to share in all the fun and excitement this winter and bring families together in a creative way. "

Zuckerberg chose The Bridge at Cornell Tech on Roosevelt Island because of the development's groundbreaking mission.  "Located just one subway stop between Manhattan and Queens, The Bridge at Cornell Tech aims to use education and innovation to inspire the next generation of leaders. Our team at Zuckerberg Media is deeply passionate about introducing families to science and technology in a delightful way, so that children will have those skills for the rest of their lives. We love working with emerging tech hubs and couldn't imagine a better location for Sue's Tech Kitchen." 

Cornell Tech is the first campus ever built for the digital age, bringing together academia and industry to create pioneering leaders and technologies. The campus opened fall 2017 and is home to 30 world-class faculty and about 300 graduate students who conduct groundbreaking research, collaborate with tech-oriented companies and organizations, and pursue their own startups.

Sue's Tech Kitchen launched its first BETA earlier this year in Chattanooga's 'Tomorrow Building,' and sold out in only a matter of hours. The groundbreaking concept hosted over 1,000 guests in one short weekend, while celebrating Chattanooga's vibrant community of inventors and entrepreneurs. Zuckerberg is excited to continue Sue's work in new tech hubs, this time right here at home, by welcoming New Yorkers to the new center of innovation in NYC on Roosevelt Island and at the Bridge at Cornell Tech. 

Sue's Tech Kitchen comes to NYC thanks to the generous support of Lyrical Partners, The Spaghetti Project, Jeff and Erica Keswin, The Bridge at Cornell Tech, Forest City, and Skylight Studios.

Sue's Tech Kitchen will be open to the public November 25, 2017-January 2, 2018. For hours of operation, special information, updates and reservations please visit

Sue's Tech Kitchen is proud to work with local innovators, from entrepreneurs to tech giants. If you or your team would like to partner with Sue's Tech Kitchen, please contact us at


About Randi Zuckerberg:
Randi Zuckerberg is an entrepreneur, investor, bestselling author, and tech media personality.  She is the founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, developing technology, content, and live events all with the mission of putting intelligent, tech-savvy, entrepreneurial women and girls at the center of pop culture and media.

A Harvard graduate, Randi hosts a weekly talk business talk radio show, Dot Complicated on SiriusXM. She has two TV shows currently on air: DOT on NBC Universal Kids (winner of Kidscreen's Best New Preschool Series) about a spunky little girl who uses tech to enhance her everyday adventures, and American Dreams on HSN, highlighting entrepreneurs around the country. She is the best-selling author of Dot Complicated, Dot., and most recently, Missy President, about a fourth grade girl who wakes up to find herself elected President after her homework assignment goes accidentally viral online.

Randi travels the world, speaking about technology, entrepreneurship, her time as an early employee at Facebook, leading major marketing initiatives in the company's formative years, and to unplug! When she's not Facebooking or actual written-word booking, she can be found at the theater - as a TONY awards voter, investor in the award winning show Dear Evan Hansen, and board member for the American Theatre Wing and Lincoln Center - or doing her best to unplug at home with her husband and two young sons.

About the Bridge At Cornell Tech:
The Bridge is a first-of-its-kind building that houses an extraordinary mix of cutting-edge companies working alongside groundbreaking Cornell academic teams: from recent Cornell Tech graduates hustling to commercialize a new idea, to start-ups on the verge of explosive growth, and established companies like Two Sigma, Citigroup and Ferrero International, developing leading edge technologies and products. The Bridge provides tech companies who are interested in a front row seat for the recruitment of talent the opportunity to collaborate with students and faculty at Cornell Tech, and the opportunity to have a space where R&D and innovation teams can work in an intense, creative and productive environment.

Developed by Forest City New York and designed by architects Weiss/Manfredi, The Bridge at Cornell Tech offers a limited number of startups and established companies pushing the edge of digital technology the chance to be on the Cornell Tech campus. The Bridge is the only building in New York City designed and built to leverage the resources of a revolutionary research university, and to remove all barriers to collaboration with the world's most innovative companies.

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