Attila and Marius Dogudan haven’t been in this country very long, but they have unquestionably left their mark. The twenty-something Austrian brothers, heirs to a restaurant fortune, recently moved to city and began to work at the Plaza. No, these alps-loving bucks weren’t carrying luggage or opening doors, but rather holding down the fort at their family’s posh patisserie, Demel.
Although everything seemed to be going swimmingly at first, the brothers decided to sue the Plaza for fraud in 2010, claiming the hotel misled them into buying poor retail space. Perhaps having been put off by life uptown, when it came time to buy a place, they wound up in Gramercy. Read More