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 Boom Boom Room

848 Washington St, New York, NY 10014

With dramatic city views that turn magical at sundown, the glittering room of late-night lore is equally alive during Sunset Service. In the afternoon, we welcome guests for tea and drinks amid spectacular sunlit views. In the evening, live jazz music, a small-plate menu, and specialty cocktails turn the room into the city's most sophisticated supper lounge.


SPiN Galactic

48 East 23rd St. New York, NY 10010

SPiN in New York is a unique ping-pong social club created by owners Franck Raharinosy, Andrew Gordon, Jonathan Bricklin, and Academy Award-winning actress Susan Sarandon, featuring an active, modern lounge with 17 Ping-Pong courts, full bar service, dining and live music on weekends.


The Jane Hotel

113 Jane St, New York, NY 10014

Quickly becoming the talk of the town, this hotel lobby bar breaks the mold with a roaring 20's opulence and post-modern vibe. Plush seating awaits you as you sink in after a few stiff cocktails and soak up the spacious and stylish surroundings.


No. 8

357 W. 16th Street, New York, NY 10011

Step inside Amy Sacco's private and exclusive lounge for a night of mingling with the who's who of the city.


The Box

189 Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002

Simon Hammerstein's New York Masterpiece - step inside this jewelbox of burlesque for a night of mischief and mayhem.


Gansevoort Park Avenue

420 Park Ave S, New York, NY 10016, 420 Park Ave S, New York, NY 10016

Home to an Italian trattoria, a sports bar, a rooftop cocktail lounge and pool with stellar views of The Empire State Building, a spa, a hair salon, business center, and meeting and events spaces including the stunning Ivy Lounge, Gansevoort Park Avenue is much more than just a hotel. Offering a downtown edge with an uptown sensibility, there is certainly much to explore in this gorgeous property, located just steps away from Times Square, Gramercy Park, Madison Square Park, and Union Square.


Spring Place

6 St. Johns Lane, New York 10013

Spring Place is a collaborative workspace and club where inspiring minds in fashion, art, business and entertainment come to work, host, and create. A singular level of service, design and resources throughout - shared and private workspaces, conference rooms and dining rooms; meets a social club where members can relax and entertain with colleagues and friends in our lounges, restaurant and outdoor spaces.


The Blond

11 Howard Street New York, NY 10013

11 Howard’s lavish bar and lounge welcomes guests to work, mingle, and relax. The seductive space has quickly become the go-to Soho destination. The bar’s ambiance truly transforms throughout the day. In the morning you can find chic visitors reading the paper or gathering for a meeting and in the evening, you will find a new crowd enjoying drinks and world-class DJs with a vibrant ambiance of Manhattan’s finest. Indulge in their plush velvet furniture surrounded by timeless artwork for whatever you might desire.



215 Chrystie Street New York, NY 10002

PUBLIC is the latest property of legendary hotelier, Ian Schrager offering luxury for all. The rooms are sleek and minimalistic encouraging guests to explore the various spaces throughout the property. PUBLIC offers a vast array of innovative food and beverage spaces. Soak in the 360 degree views on the roof of the 17th floor while enjoying cocktails amongst an eclectic crowd. Enjoy special menus by renowned French Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten in PUBLIC Kitchen, the hotel’s main restaurant. You will also find a wide selection of private working spaces tucked away throughout the property. For activities in the evening, PUBLIC Arts is an avant-garde multi-media performance space like no other with influences from Schrager’s Studio 54. PUBLIC is truly one of a kind emulating refined sophistication while dazzling and outrageous all at once.