Located in a landmark building constructed in 1910, the Flatiron Lounge evokes the decadence and romance of a by-gone era. The sounds of jazz draw you in through a dramatic archway leading to the meticulously restored 30-foot mahogany bar. Constructed in 1927, the bar itself was once stationed at The Ballroom, a New York institution frequented by the likes of Frank Sinatra and other celebrities of the time. Reflecting an era of elegance, a row of Deco-inspired blue and white stained glass lights hang suspended over the bar. Thousands of vintage cobalt-blue mirrored glass tiles cover an entire wall, overlooking deep red circular booths.
Established in 2003, Flatiron Lounge is New York City’s original high-volume classic cocktail lounge. Featuring daily flights—three miniature cocktails with a common flavor theme—and seasonally-changing cocktail menus, Flatiron Lounge has been serving delicious, hand-crafted drinks in a beautiful Art Deco setting for over a decade. The newly renovated event space is available for private events. Both reservations and walk-ins are welcome.