453 West 17th Street
The Chelsea venue caters to the most exclusive clientele, including a steady stream of celebrities and VIPs who come for the stellar service and world famous DJ’s.
9 Great Jones Street
Located below the restaurant, this former rock ‘n’ roll club was renovated and offers a full cocktail menu curated by beverage manager Beh Hehir. Choose from a selection of spirits and modern variations on classic cocktails.
116 Tenth Avenue
The bi-level lounge on the edge of the meatpacking district often attracts bold-faced names thanks to its rotating lineup of DJ’s and high-caliber hospitality.
Top of the Standard
848 Washington Street
The former Boom Boom Room still boasts one of the best views of the city. Get there early and enjoy live jazz music and sophisticated cocktails as you watch the sun set over the Hudson.
21 Ninth Avenue
Enjoy a pre- or post-dinner drink by mixologists Colin Maxwell and Leah Ann Pedra. During the summer months the rooftop space offers unparalleled panoramic views of the city skyline.
355 West 16th Street
The full-service bar located on the lower lever of the Dream Downtown Hotel showcases British-inspired décor and works by Sante D’Orazio and Marilyn Minter.
The Lower East Side nightclub venue boasts 6,000 square feet of performance space with state of the art Hi-Fi audio and a 12-foot video wall. The rosewood and polished-chrome-accented bar serves specialty cocktails and also offers bottle service.
357 West 16th Street
This ultra-exclusive lounge in the thriving Chelsea district is inspired by the bungalows at the Beverly Hills Hotel and is favored by the most sophisticated crowds in New York City. Enjoy tableside champagne service or signature cocktails at a bar boasting palm trees, wraparound banquettes and sky-blue ceilings.
Paul’s Baby Grand
2 Avenue of the Americas
This 1,000-square-foot shabby-chic den fuses modern femininity with Neo-Baroque glamour underneath a swaying disco ball in the back of the Tribeca Grand Hotel. The flamboyant space, decorated with tropical paintings by Josh Smith, colorful furniture and waiters donning floral aprons, is a unique spectacle.
The NoMad Bar
10 West 28th Street
The stylish new neighbor to the NoMad hotel/restaurant has intimate lighting, a wooden fireplace and plush leather seats, bringing the art of “boozing” to a higher decibel level here. Indulge in handcrafted libations and sophisticated bar foods like a bacon-wrapped hot dog with black truffle or a dry-aged burger.
Up & Down
244 West 14th Street
With the top floor maintaining a high-energy club atmosphere and the bottom floor giving off a lounge-y and low-key feel, Up & Down mixes two completely different nightlife experiences inside one venue.