A Roaring 20s Speakeasy Followed By A Super Fun Live Music Bar
Technically you may still be in Midtown but after you descend a short flight of stairs from street level and enter Flute Bar, you’ll feel as if you’ve been instantly transported to another era. This speakeasy, once run by the notorious Texan Guinan who paid no mind to prohibition, is a romantic nod to the roaring 20s. With red undertones, intimate seating, and a dimly light atmosphere—this is the perfect way to kick off a romantic and fun evening.
Keep up with the lively theme of the night and continue your evening at Haswell Green's, one of the best places for live music in the city. All the cocktails and dishes are inspired by everything that makes New York truly iconic—like the Curtain Call made with gin, lemon, raspberry, elderflower, and egg whites. The menu features American classics like corn dog lollipops, smoked brisket fries, and corned beef pierogies. So sit back, indulge, and toast to the city that never sleeps and a night that will last until the final performance. Note: make sure to check the calendar of events ahead of time as the performances operate on a rotating schedule.
Flûte Bar & Lounge
205 West 54th Street, Manhattan
240 West 52nd Street, Manhattan