After much success at The Flatiron Room in NYC, owner Tommy Tardie has opened another spirits-focused restaurant, called Fine & Rare, to provide another location for diners with a mature attitude looking for a sophisticated yet "un-stuffy" food and spirits experience.
Featuring: original brass teller windows rescued from Grand Central Terminal; live Prohibition-style jazz music; a private room adorned with massive leather doors and a 12' chandelier from an old Masonic Temple; hand-carved marble fireplace imported from Italy; and custom artwork in the style of Raschenberg and David Hockney.
But good luck being able to take any of that in once you feast your eyes on their impressive assembly of luxurious and rare spirits, resting in softly glowing lockers above the center of the room, which servers access by climbing vintage, rolling library ladders.
Fine & Rare is located at 9 East 37th Street (between 5th Avenue and Madison) -- less than a ten-minute walk from Grand Central Station. Currently open 4pm - 2am 7 days a week. Soon to be open at 11am daily for lunch and weekend brunch.
For more information contact: info@FineandRare.nyc, (212) 725-3866.