What’s Haute New York

389 Broome Street
New York, NY 10013
The up and coming GoldBar is brought to us by Jamie Mulholland, the man behind the magic at CAIN, with Robert McKinley of P.M., Table 50, and CAIN fame handling the unique designs. The rest of the team behind GoldBar also has a plethora of experience running high-end nightspots across the globe, and their combined successes and know-how to create the latest place to see-and-be-seen in NYC. GoldBar, as the name suggests, looks like a room taken straight from the Château de Versailles in Paris, with an abundance of gold shades and dramatic chandeliers. The walls are lined with golden faux human skulls, adding to the unique ambiance, and cementing the idea that this place is like no other. The small venue can only accommodate one hundred people, creating the perfect cadre to enjoy great music, décor, cocktails, and succulent aperitivos.

35 E 76th Street
New York, NY 10021
This hotel is hailed as “a true Manhattan classic with a legendary following from Presidents to Princesses,” and thus has become an establishment in the Upper East Side’s social scene. Since 1930 The Carlyle, a Rosewood Hotel has represented the epitome of elegance with lavishly furnished and decorated suites. Among those making The Carlyle, a Rosewood Hotel their preferred address have been almost every American president since Harry Truman, royalty such as Diana, Princess of Wales and a roster of Hollywood moguls, business tycoons, and aristocracy that have certainly helped ensure the hotel’s place in history.