Iconic New York
Inside the legendary Carlyle Hotel on the Upper East Side, Café Carlyle opened in 1955 embodying the golden age of New York City cabaret. A representation of the most sophisticated era of the city, it headlines classic jazz talents Woody Allen and Judy David with the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band every Monday night.
Opening in 1977 in a forgotten neighborhood next to the Brooklyn docks, this uniquely special venue took twelve years to be approved by the city. The Old World Brooklyn eatery offers classic East Coast dishes among the beautiful skyline of Lower Manhattan.
Created among the backdrop of The Roaring Twenties and lovingly restored in 1985 by Jane Walentas, Jane’s Carousel was designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect, Jean Nouvel. Experience its magic and nostalgia in Dumbo, Brooklyn, with the beautiful Manhattan skyline in the distance.
Opened as a former speakeasy during the prohibition era, ‘21’ is a living icon of New York City’s past. Designed with a disappearing bar, secret wine cellar, and invisible chute, it’s a place that has seen the cities celebrations for nearly 90 years.