The Flatiron Room, the latest creation from hospitality maven Tommy Tardie, will officially opened September 18th in New York City’s Flatiron District. Designed by Brooklyn-based design and construction firm Hecho Inc., The Flatiron Room is a classic and timeless fine spirits parlor offering over 500 varieties of whiskey in addition to a full bespoke bar, nightly live entertainment and a carefully chosen menu of light fare.
On the ground floor, a carefully trained staff will be on hand to guide guests through the immense spirits collection, providing insight and direction on the unparalleled selection of bourbons, scotches and more. A tasting room upstairs will offer informative and engaging classes on whiskey education, led by spirits enthusiasts from around the world. The room will also be available for private events, providing a unique and secluded space for whiskey tasting and experimentation. Additionally, the entire venue can be rented out to accommodate larger private parties and corporate events.
From rich leather banquettes to coffered ceilings, the décor exudes a sense of aristocratic wealth. 100 year old reclaimed floorboards mingle with vintage Italian wallpaper and black walnut tables to create a sumptuous, refined setting that urges guests to relax and relish in the whiskey. Rows of cabinets just below the ceiling and behind the bar house hundreds of liquor bottles, with ladders in place for staff to retrieve them as needed. The Flatiron Room will also offer locked storage for bottles bought on premises which will be labeled with the customer’s name and stored for future use.Pin It