Flatiron Lounge

Flatiron Lounge

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37 W. 19th St., between 5th and 6th Aves., New York, NY 10011, United States

The Flatiron Lounge is the product of the creative union between the owners of New York’s Zinc Bar and San Francisco’s Red Room and expert cocktail stylist Julie Reiner. This Art Deco-inspired lounge, housed inside a historic 1900 building, transports patrons to days gone by with its 1927 mahogany bar, red circular booths, and blue-tiled wall. The cocktail menu is ever-changing, but the selections always include Reiner’s original creations and vintage recipes. For a unique experience, order one of Reiner’s cocktail or martini flights, featuring three small drinks with a complementary flavor profile.

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