Ken Wolfe, President of Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs, boasts a prestigious list of social, corporate and not-for-profit clients in New York City and the Hamptons, including the Juilliard School, the American Academy of Arts & Letters, Southampton Hospital and Hampton Classic Horseshow. A veteran of the hospitality business, Ken made his earliest marks, along with his wife Paula, when they owned the House on Toilsome Restaurant in East Hampton, which was considered, at the time, to be one of the best restaurants on Long Island. The duo also created a gourmet all-natural peanut butter brand, long before today’s artisan organic peanut butter trend, which was showcased at Bloomingdale’s and FAO Schwartz in NYC, and appeared in gourmet shops nationwide. Enter Christopher Robbins, a friend and patron of the Wolfe’s Hamptons restaurant and the rest is history. Robbins Wolfe was launched and the term “eventeur” was born (and trademarked). Their whimsical logo was drawn and the kitschy characters of the Robbins Wolfe brand were spotted in and around NYC and traveling out east to the Hamptons. In 2005, Robbins Wolfe joined the CulinArt Group Catering Collection, and today, Ken remains at the helm, always conscious of the brand, its clientele and its industry stature.