Our Hotspots

Here's where you'll find us - and where we hope to find you - when not stepping out with The Supper Club.

The Lambs Club

132 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036

Chef Geoffrey Zakarian and his talented culinary team marry their passion for food with their classical training to deliver exceptional dining experiences, whether it is a casual burger in The Bar or the sought-after Delmonico Steak in The Main Dining Room. Inside The Lambs Club, guests are transported from the hustle and bustle of Broadway to the welcoming oases of the restaurant's many one-of-a-kind spaces. The distinguished history that connects the landmark building to the Great White Way is prominently displayed in the main dining room, which boasts an enormous 18th century fireplace, a gift from Architect Stanford White to The Lambs, a turn of the century members-only thespian society, from whom the venue takes its name.


Casa Apicii

62 W 9TH Street NY, NY 10011

Casa Apicii is an Italian restaurant set in the garden level of a historic 19th century Greenwich Village townhouse serving Chef Casey Lane’s seasonal cooking. Lane, also the chef-owner of The Tasting Kitchen –a Los Angeles staple– offers a menu rooted in fresh pasta and seasonal vegetable dishes in the genial, lived-in setting of a well-appointed neighborhood restaurant.


STK Downtown and Rooftop

26 Little W 12th St, New York, NY 10014

STK artfully blends the modern steakhouse and chic lounge into one - offering a dynamic, fine dining experience with the superior quality of a traditional steakhouse.



335 Bowery, New York, NY 10003

Stylish Bowery Hotel eatery serving up Italian fare & people-watching, with outdoor seating.


Le Coucou

138 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10013

Internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Rose has made his way to NYC to open a restaurant with famed restaurateur Stephen Starr. The stunning space designed by Roman and Williams with it’s exposed brick, chandeliers and candlelit white table clothed tables paired with exquisite traditional French dishes with a modern twist, make for a truly unique ambiance. The banquettes tie the space back to the traditional French bistro while still feeling modern and lavish. The charming space attracts a mixed crowd of beautiful people in the heart of Soho. From foie gras to lobster served in various ways, to an extensive wine list, Le Coucou never fails to take you on a rich, French, culinary experience.



380 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10003

As you step into Lafayette you will be immediately transported into the timeless sensation of the traditional French brasserie. Located in an iconic building in the heart of NoHo, is an everyday grand café and bakery. Chef Andrew Carmellini, spans a variety of regions, from Provence to Normandy to the Mediterranean coasts, offering a fresh take on traditional dishes everyone loves with a market-driven bistro menu, expansive wine list and delicious cocktails and apéritifs. The restaurant is comprised of a bustling main dining room, bakery and two private dining suites with its rich mahogany floors, spontaneous murals, towering arched windows overlooking the street and a final touch of blue-tiled columns. From the stunning bar to the impressive dinning room and beautiful outdoor terrace, Lafayette is the perfect destination for any time of day or occasion. It’s no surprise that the famed NoHo Hospitality Group is behind the French gem that is Lafayette.


Empellon Taqueria

230 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10014

It is no surprise that chef Alex Stupak is the creative mind behind Empellon Taqueria located on West 4th Street. The rugged, yet elegant decor of Empellon Taqueria will cater to any taste, and the menu will satisfy all your cravings. Here you will find unique creations including, Brussel Sprouts and Toasted Almond tacos and Lobster with Sweet Corn tacos. The uncommon and alluring menu will leave you wanting more. Behind the bar you will find an expansive range of artisanal tequilas and mezcals and it is a must to try one of their distinctive margaritas. Empellon Taqueria has put an interesting and fun twist on your classic Mexican cuisine and is the perfect setting for a fun, casual night out.


Little Owl the Townhouse

55 Grove St, New York, NY 10014

Spend a charming evening out at Little Owl the Townhouse, the newest addition to the Little Owl family. Only a block away from the petite corner restaurant, Little Owl the Townhouse is a cozy and intimate space for your next dining experience. Set in an iconic West Village townhome, indulge in the fabulous menu created by chef Joey Campanaro while taking in the beautiful design by famed architect and designer S.R. Gambrel. Expect to be blown away by chef Joey Campanaro's use of bold Mediterranean flavors with a modern twist while at Little Owl.


Mercer Kitchen

99 Prince St, New York, NY 10012

This chic and sophisticated restaurant is home to famed chef Jean-Georges creative and upscale cuisine. The space balances a mix of industrial and classic modernism creating a timeless space for all to enjoy. Spoil yourself with exploring Jean-Georges incredible menu with plates such as, Burrata Mozzarella, Prosciutto Pizza or Roasted Black Sea Bass. Searching for the perfect brunch spot with mimosas? Look no further, the Mercer Kitchen offers an unbelievable brunch that will start your Sunday right.


Crown Shy

70 Pine St, New York, NY 10005

Crown Shy located in the landmark Art Deco tower at 70 Pine Street in the Financial District is the ideal destination for an elevated evening of fine dining. Chef James Kent (the Nomad and Eleven Madison Park) and Jeff Katz (Del Posto) will not disappoint. Rather than being based around a geographical region or a particular style of cooking, the menu approach is an endless creative pursuit of delicious flavors, beautiful composition, and generosity. With floor-to-ceiling windows, soaring ceilings and gourmet cuisine, get ready to be swept off your feet in one of NYC's most talked about venues!


Asiate at Mandarin Oriental

80 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10023

Asiate’s modern American cuisine features sophisticated interpretations of traditional fare that is accented with artistic touches, presenting one of the most unique dining experiences in Manhattan. A combination of gracious service, inventive cuisine, stylish décor and stunning views ensure that the restaurant is a hit with both guests and locals alike.


The Modern

9 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

Overlooking MoMa's Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, The Modern itself is a work of modern art, a haven for contemporary cooking in a beautifully bright and airy setting. Chef Abram Bissell's ever-evolving, seasonal menu is complemented by desserts from Pastry Chef Jiho Kim and an award-winning wine program led by Michael Engelmann, Master Sommelier, a potent collaboration earning this stunning restaurant two Michelin stars, a Three Star review in the New York Times, and four James Beard Awards.



25 Cooper Sq, New York, NY 10003

Narcissa, André Balazs and Michelin-starred chef John Fraser’s restaurant nestled next to the The Standard’s townhouse entrance, marries the clean flavors and impeccably-sourced ingredients of California cuisine with new techniques of roasting, rotisserie and slow-cooking. Featuring seasonal, local and organic produce from André Balazs’ Hudson Valley farm, Locusts on Hudson, the healthy, multi-layered American menu offers both simplicity and sophistication. The intimate neighborhood restaurant offers two dining rooms, one featuring a large open kitchen and chef counter, the other overlooking a charming private garden, allowing for al fresco dining in warmer months.


Hudson Clearwater

447 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014

With only six outdoor tables, chances are you’ll head inside for a seat at this West Village speakeasy, but there are plenty of romantic nooks in the one-and-a-half level spot. The interior is rustic raw wood that relies on marble countertops, floral arrangements, and candlelight for ambiance. Two-tops are the norm here, but the sole downstairs table can seat up to 12. Head chef Wes Long serves perfectly portioned “rustic American” cuisine, but even if you just drop by for a drink you’ll be well taken care of: The excellent Hudson Mule blends Bison Grass Vodka, ginger beer, and lime. Meats, specifically the grilled hanger steak, are butter-tender if a bit heavy on the salt. Surprising and delectable desserts like a dark chocolate crème brûlée tart provide a sweet finish.


The Clocktower

The New York EDITION, 5 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10010

The Clocktower at The New York EDITION Hotel is the chic new restaurant from British Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton and acclaimed restaurateur Stephen Starr.

This 90-seat gastronomic gem is located on the second floor of the iconic Metropolitan Life building which Ian Schrager has transformed into the casually elegant New York EDITION Hotel. Jason and Ian first partnered on the critically acclaimed Berners Tavern at The London EDITION, which was recently named by London Metro as the “restaurant of the decade”.

The Clocktower is composed of three intimate dining rooms, a billiards room and a lively bar. A series of vintage black and white photos, each with its own theme, adorn the walls of each space.