To make sure your event will be a success, we only work with those venues that not only have the "cool-factor" but that we trust will treat you best, are most professional and will deliver a great experience to your group.
Good news is, the list of selected partner venues continues to grow every week!
Some of our featured partner venues:
Hip hoteliers Sean MacPherson and Eric Goode, along with Carlos Quirarte and Matt Kliegman, have finally opened their intimate, sixth floor rooftop space to the public. Atop the historic Jane hotel, the faded boho décor is decidedly nautical. One portion covers an outdoor terrace with stellar Hudson River views, while the other reveals a spectacular octagonal room with invitingly worn walls, a bar with club chairs, and warm Persian rugs. Sip the light, elegant Lavender and White Peach Bellini as the sun goes down on the horizon. With only 70 coveted seats, reservations are necessary.
Monarch Rooftop Lounge
Monarch opened with cocktail and light fare menu fit for the sizzling summer months in New York City. Boasting an impressively expansive interior and exterior space, Monarch can comfortably accommodate more than 300 guests. The dessert menu consists of delectable hand crafted dishes by Bindi of delicious chocolates & coffee. The Scandinavian-chic décor, designed by Natalia Todorova of Gwathmey, Seigal, Kaufman Architects, features an indoor lounge that radiates glamour and allures with seductive appeal, seamlessly connecting to the exterior oasis patio with sliding floor to ceiling glass doors. Vintage bricks, white painted hand washed wood panels on the walls, teak and grey custom Terrazzo tiles, and raw iron columns evoke a feeling of a Scandinavian summer home with accents of Manhattan elegance. Black pendants designed by Tom Dixon cast gold shadows on the natural tree form bar counter top and glass lighting fixtures project down to reflect on the modern wood walls. The modern, yet unimposing deep seated upholstered sofas invite guests to relax and bask in the views of Midtown Manhattan, while floor to ceiling silk curtains frame the picturesque view of the iconic Empire State Building.
The Bar’s comfortable yet elegant design is a sleek, re-invention of the classic neighborhood bar. The room is wrapped with walnut and heather grey stained wainscoting against a modern embossed brick wall that has the porcelain look of Wedgewood China. Antiqued mirrors with honey and caramel colored glass sconces look down onto brown Italian leather chesterfields that are as familiar as a comfy hat. Cigar-brown armchairs with cascading men’s wear fabrics sit on well-worn cowhide rugs, which beckon you as you swagger across the room. The marble bar top evokes the classic setting for the perfect Manhattan. As you sip the hours away while enjoying half plates of pasta and classic comfort tapas, you can catch a glimpse of the crowd behind you from the large tilt mirror adorning the bar.
The Press Lounge
The Press Lounge offers some of Manhattan’s most beautiful and dramatic panoramic views. Refined elegance comes in subtle luxuries: a glass walled interior space, seasonal cocktails, an extensive wine list, seasonally inspired small plates and informed and welcoming service. Situated atop of the Ink48 Hotel, the Press Lounge is the sister venue to PRINT. Restaurant, owned and operated by Adam Block.
The interior design of our venue is sleek while staying true to comfort and functionality. The PLUS Lounge features restful sofas and oversized plush chairs- creating a social, living-room atmosphere. Adjacent to the lounge area stands a wall-to-wall line of twelve foot doors, which when opened, expose an intimate VIP lounge and dining area we call the Studio. When the doors are closed it appears as a wall with nothing beyond it and allows the room to enjoy an entirely different feel for late night reveling.
From conception to reality, 48 Lounge was designed to be the ultimate Hybrid Lounge, providing a uniquely transitional entertaining atmosphere, recognized to impress the most refined professionals as well as the most sophisticated, late-night and weekend social celebrators. 48 Lounge provides an experience where luxury meets comfort, product meets quality and service meets kindness. Every detail from the venue’s lighting and interior design, to the progressive food menu invites a refreshing and all-encompassing approach to upscale cocktailing, dining and entertaining. With a clear focus on hospitality and the utmost desire to please, 48 Lounge’s brand was created, the 48 Lounge Experience, representing premium cocktails and wine, exquisite food and outstanding service in a luxurious, inviting atmosphere.
Stone Rose Lounge
Located on the 4th floor of the Time Warner Center (10 Columbus Circle) Stone Rose Lounge – named for the touches of stone and rosewood used throughout its design – is the epitome of masculine elegance. Created to echo the posh atmosphere of a classically timeless hotel lounge, the 5,000 sq. ft. venue features candlelit seating areas surrounded by gorgeous views of Manhattan's Central Park and the city's skyline.
When we opened the doors of Mayahuel in 2009 it was very nearly named "La Verdad", meaning the truth. We believed it was high time New York City had an establishment to correct people’s misconstrued notions about agave spirits from Mexico. That agave spirits weren’t just something to be put in a margarita, but something capable of driving a cocktail program on par with the best spirits and bars in the world. That Tequila wasn’t just a shot but one of the most complex spirits on the planet; and one better sipped, enjoyed, and savored than utilized as no more than a means to an end. That Mezcal was an even more complex spirit and should be the focus of our beverage program. That we did not want to be just a cocktail bar, no, we wanted to also share with our guests the fantastic tipples of Mexico, complimented by the best of Mexican fare as well. Though we were honored to win Best New Cocktail Bar in the World at Tales of the Cocktail in 2010, we are not just a cocktail bar, or a restaurant for that matter. Mayahuel is a place for people to not just eat and drink but to experience through our drinks, food, design, music, and most importantly our love of Mexico, the spirit of Mexico while enjoying the greatest spirits of Mexico!
The subterranean speakeasy boasts an elaborate street art collection, paying homage to the popular renegade culture of New York City. Highlighting the back-bar stands a bright crimson mural created by veteran artist Kurtis Kulig (aka LoveMe) drawing attention to the venue’s focal point-the bar- transforming it into a “stage” for cocktail craftsmanship. Towards the back of the room stands the DJ booth, featuring state of the art equipment and the world-renowned DJS rotating nightly to set the mood for patrons. La Isla Escondida pop-up is found this summer in our back yard. The walls house pieces by some NYC’s hottest street artist, such as Faile and Bass, and really give the garden an urban edge. Our full menu is served out there as well as fun frozen drinks and pitchers of all of our bespoke cocktails. It’s the perfect place for a calming afterwork cocktail, a little garden dinner party or a romantic date under the stars
Verlaine Bar & Lounge, established in October, 2001 is named after Paul Verlaine, the 19th Century French Poet celebrated for his unconventional and symbolist poetry. Located at 110 Rivington Street in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, Verlaine Bar & Lounge is a minimalist designed space, with soaring 17 foot ceilings ~ the perfect environs for lounging, catching up with friends, and gatherings at a table for two, or in a cozy section on one of our sofas. Our Hanoi Lychee Martini rates among the best in town. And with more than 1.5 million of them served since 2001, it is easy to see how it continues to be one of the most talked about cocktails in New York City. Verlaine’s tapas & small plates selections will please those seeking a lite bite. All of our selections are made fresh daily and are served throughout the evening.