Here's where you'll find us - and where we hope to find you - when not stepping out with The Supper Club.
303 Broome St, New York, NY 10002
Strong New Orleans vibes are on display at Canary Club, a new multi-level restaurant and music lounge on the Lower East Side. This is the spot for you next libation. Drinks there incorporate absinthe, bourbon, and liqueurs, with one called Persistance of Memory that combines blanc vermouth, pamplemousse, sherry, and prosecco. It all accompanies weekly jazz shows, disco nights, small concerts, and weekend DJ’s until the early morning hours.www.canaryclubnyc.com
731 Lexington Avenue Located inside, Beacon Ct, New York, NY 10022
Step into the glamorous Art Deco space at Hutong, inspired by the swinging 1920's New York and Shanghai. Take a seat at the bar and indulge in their exquisite handcrafted cocktails fit for an emperor (or empress!)www.hutong-nyc.com
88 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016
Enjoy an evening of la dolce vita at Scarpetta by LDV Hospitality. The Seville, LDV Hospitality’s vintage bar located beneath the restaurant features an array of incredible libations and an extensive wine list. You'll want to savor every last sip!www.scarpettarestaurants.com
100 E 63rd St, New York, NY 10065
Swanky cocktails await at the Upper East Side's Vaucluse, an upscale French restaurant designed by Michael White. The vibrant space serves up provocative cocktails with charming surroundings. Vaucluse is a celebration of the uniquely spirited Provençal joie de vivre, which perfectly sums up how delicious the cocktails will be.www.vauclusenyc.com
355 W 16th St, New York, NY 10011
New York members, get ready to step into a night of pure enchantment at Bodega Negra at the Dream Downtown. A partnership between TAO Group, Serge Becker (Miss Lily’s, La Esquina) and his UK partners, Will Ricker and Ed Spencer Churchill, Bodega Negra has crossed the pond, bringing its menu of modern Mexican fare to New York City’s Dream Downtown.
With an undeniably beguiling setting and music to match it's the ideal space for fabulous cocktails and irresistible upscale Mexican bites.
339 E 75th St, New York, NY 10021
NR is a contemporary twist on restaurants that were found in traditional Japanese port towns during the Meiji Period, when Japan first became open to the rest of the world after nearly two centuries of seclusion. Not unlike these ports, NR is where East meets West, where the past fuses with the present. NR specialize in ramen - noodles of Chinese origin, and cocktails - first brought to Japanese ports by western countries. Be sure to taste their Truffle cocktail featuring, citrus, vodka, truffle, honey, muscat, grapefruit and parmigiano.www.nr-nyc.com
9 Doyers St #1, New York, NY 10013
Hidden in the center of Chinatown, here you can mind master mixologist Albert Trummer mixing up some of the most interesting infused cocktails around town.apothekenyc.com
89 South St, New York, NY 10038
Rooftop cocktail lounge, R17 is the latest addition to the Seaport District’s booming restaurant scene. Hidden above Pier 17, the spectacular venue brings breathtaking 360 degree views of Manhattan and Brooklyn seducing all the senses. Sunset cocktails are a must in this stunning space!
Death & Company
433 E 6th St, New York, NY 10009
Like the name suggests, the cocktails here are killer. Understated yet cozy, this is your perfect spot for a night cap or for a mellow drink with friends.deathandcompany.com
180 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002
Dirty French is a New York bistro created by Major Food Group’s Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick located in the Ludlow Hotel in Manhattan’s storied Lower East Side. From brunch to happy hour, this bar is always buzzing with good music and a vibrant crowd.
In the mood for bourbon? We recommend the 'Dirty Peach' cocktail!
329 Columbus Ave, New York, NY 10023
ASSET Restaurant offers a New American menu, creative cocktails and extensive wine offerings from the team behind sister restaurant, TESSA, a modern Mediterranean eatery. Offering an elevated yet approachable and fun experience for locals and travelers alike in a modern urban space for happy hour and late-night, ASSET aims to bring a new level of hospitality design and “vibe” to the Upper West Side rocking the neighborhood with their rotating live DJ or curated music program every night.www.assetrestaurant.com
The Bowery Lobby Bar
335 Bowery, New York, NY 10003
Dimly lit and oozing with glamour, The Bowery Hotel's Lobby Bar is a little slice of heaven. Tucked away in a secret corner, the intimate bar full of crimson velvet sets the scene for an elegant experience. Expert bartenders serve seasonal cocktails and an extensive wine list. We recommend this spot for a date night!www.theboweryhotel.com/dining/bowery-lobby
2 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10010
Gramercy Park Hotel’s once-frumpy bar has been transformed into this chic setting with a Spanish flair. Bartenders are armed and ready to muddle cocktails fresh to order, always serving up a drink to satisfy the night ahead.gramercyparkhotel.com/nightlife
510 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014
With an excellent vibe and a delicious dedication to cocktails, Employees Only is known in the world over for their detailed and highly successful apprenticeship program. With the cocktail program helmed by mixology giant Dushan Zaric, their staff is hand-selected based on their experience and passion for mixology.employeesonlynyc.com
20 Hudson Yards, New York, NY 10001
Step into Queensyard, a new British restaurant where the layout is inspired by the rooms of an English country home for an intimate evening. Led by D&D London, a restaurant brand known for creating inspiring spaces, Queensyard’s design was curated under the discerning eye of CetraRuddy architects. Perched in full view of the Grand Plaza at Hudson Yards, the extraordinary floor-to-ceiling glass wall with amazing views of the park and Hudson River, will set the scene for an elegant evening.
The cocktail bar is a destination in its own right and boasts a British line up of modern as well as classic cocktails by head mixologist, Jeremy Le Blanche.