This Speakeasy Is Named For An 1896 Law Meant To Curb Liquor Consumption
After immense success in Long Island, Kyma has found a second home in Flatiron. The two of you will be transported to Santorini as soon as you walk into this all-white, two-story building that reflects Greece’s unique culture. From the stunning architecture to the olive trees, they really didn't miss a single detail. Drawing inspiration from its surroundings, the menu incorporates the aesthetic beauty of the Greek islands while serving a variety of contemporary seafood dishes. Be sure to Instagram the elaborate fish display in the center of the main dining room.
Once you’ve satisfied your appetite, head on over to Raines Law Room for post-dinner cocktails. This speakeasy is named for an 1896 law meant to curb New Yorkers' liquor consumption — among other provisions, it prohibited the sale of alcoholic beverages on Sunday except in hotels. #BuzzKill. To enter, you must press the doorbell and provide a password before granted access to the lounge. Once inside, you and yours can order drinks to your private nook by way of a private, silent bell.
15 West 18th Street, Manhattan
Raines Law Room
48 West 17th Street, Manhattan