THE GRILL x Bill’s Townhouse
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First, start the night off at THE GRILL. This Midtown restaurant epitomizes classy New York City dining, with a massive, open concept design that balances mid-century and modern influence with tuxedoed bartenders, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a complex ceiling sculpture designed by Richard Lippold (he’s all about complex geometric shapes). This is where you go when you want to give date night a ritzy kick.
Next, stroll over to Bill’s Townhouse for some craft cocktails in a timelessly vintage space taking inspiration from classic 19th-century American design. This entire restaurant and bar feels like an expensive slice of history, with gold-and-crystal chandeliers, gilded picture frames (of which there are many), and tufted leather furniture. The level of opulent detail on display at Bill’s deserves a round of applause (which might be difficult when you’re sipping on one of their equally applaudable craft cocktails, like one of two sparkling rosé-based options: The Stapleton or Bill’s Punch).
99 E 52nd Street, Manhattan
57 E 54th Street, Manhattan