In keeping with the gallery district locale, Velour showcases work by new, local artists and the space is equipped with 50-inch plasmas and a 110-inch HD projection screen for film exhibitions. Highlights include an inventive drink menu and cheap food served all night, but the $20 cover starting at midnight makes it more suited to pre-gaming, possibly before heading to higher-end neighbors.
Luxury resonates throughout this full-service spa–as you’d expect, given that it represents a union between the leading French beauty brand after which it is named and the famous Plaza Hotel in which it is located.
Red velvet runs amok at the Bowery’s friendly but elitist, private but not, bar-less cocktail lounge. at Citysearch With space for just 74 people, Antik is prime for private parties, and that’s primarily what it’s used for–or at least that’s what they’ll tell you at the door. Inside, past the…
On Citysearch With a plush banquette area punctuated by couples’ nooks and hollowed, ice-filled tables, this former synagogue makes for one classy drinking spot. The religious motif is preserved with back-lit, goddess-themed stained glass and a huge Star of David-shaped light fixture. Still, the imagery is more plucky than disrespectful….