Sweetbitter (Vintage Contemporaries) by Stephanie
Sweetbitter (Vintage Contemporaries)
Recently touched base in New York City, twenty-two-year-old Tess lands an occupation working front of house at a commended downtown eatery. What takes after is her instruction: in champagne and cocaine, love and desire, jump bars and fine lounge areas, as she figures out how to explore the disorderly, charming, rebuffing life she has picked. The account of a young lady’s transitioning, set against the spectacular, squalid scenery of New York’s most first class eateries, in Sweetbitter Stephanie Danler deftly summons the relentless and high-adrenaline universe of the sustenance business and brings out the boundless potential outcomes, the excruciating magnificence, and the delicacy and mercilessness of being youthful and loose.