Dining dating clubs
You’ll be guaranteed a table, without a reservation, no matter how many people you show up with -- even if it’s a Friday at 9pm -- as well as access to private rooms for your own special dinners at no extra charge (food and drink is extra). Where: Monthly dinners are held at an artist’s loft in Chelsea.The pop-ups happen in various locations around the city; the last one was hosted at the Old Bowery Station in LES.Tickets are released two to three weeks before the dinners via Eventbrite.When: Fridays and Saturday, every other week through the end of the year from 7pm-10pm Where: 199 Windsor Place, Windsor Terrace Cost: 0 to 0 per dinner, alcohol (prosecco, wine, beer, and digestifs) and tips not included Why you should join: “My pleasure comes from having an intimate surrounding where people are not pushed in and out,” say Chef Gabriele Corcos, who invites 26 lucky diners to join him at his 400sqft cafe, which closes at 6pm daily for an intimate three-hour dining experience. Why you should join: Enjoy meals with between eight to 70 guests, hosted by artists, historians, and designers who help spark conversations about art.Cost: Currently, annual charter memberships are , which generally allows you to bring one guest.
May 1st, 2011 may have been the day the New York City pop-up dining-club scene achieved self-parody -- that’s when former supper club A Razor, A Shiny Knife took over an afternoon L train and served a six-course lunch for a dozen diners.
You can also get complimentary appetizers, desserts, and/or drinks at certain restaurants, including Balaboosta, Wassail, and Chomp Chomp. When: Monday through Saturday from 6pm-2am Where: 21 W.
Ninth St, Greenwich Village Cost: 00 per year or ,000 for a lifetime membership. Why you should join: Owned by Omar Hernandez, former director of ambience under Andre Balazs’ hotel empire (The Mercer, Chateau Marmont), Omar’s gets you VIP access through a discreet doorway to a secret, elegant lounge/bar adjacent to Hernandez’s full-functioning neighborhood bistro (under the same name). Pop-up dinners are held every three to four months.
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Whether you're looking for high-energy dance clubs or Texas honky tonks, action-packed sports pubs or low-key wine bars, there's something for every taste.It's Just Lunch recognizes that each of our clients is unique, and that their attributes, experiences and life goals shape the type of relationship they are looking for.