A Lost Generation-inspired speakeasy nestled in the heart of New York City's Flatiron district, Doux Supper Club brings the mystery and exclusivity of a Parisian speakeasy to NYC. This retro-glam supper club is located on 59 W 21st St and owned by Eric Biberman, who also owns Rainbow Room and Altman Building. Behind the doors of Doux you'll experience 1920's Paris through innovative decor, craft cocktails and a unique blend of delectable desserts and dark, seductive performances. The front of the venue functions as a Parisian-style café, while the back is outfitted with banquette-style seating and a DJ booth for the “supper club” aspect.
It is a large event space in Lower Manhattan that’s equipped with an HD projector and a premium sound system to play all your favorite tracks to keep you dancing and singing all night.
This secret supper club brings Paris to New York. Guests are treated to a small taste of 1920s Paris crepes, desserts and a selection of hors d'oeuvres as they take in the tantalizing atmosphere and decor of Doux. Nibble on light bites like toasts, charcuterie board and crêpes, along with liquor-infused chocolates by Ada Azarya (Cioccolada) and chocolate and cocktail pairings for the boozehounds. A selection of premium and sinfully good cocktails are also available in a space that promises to be as mysterious, trendy, exclusive as it is exciting.
The 1920s French-inspired space is also home to family-style brunches, dessert-focused “sweet” dinner parties and weekly live jazz and burlesque performances. The dress code is very much smart casual, but depending on the night you may prefer to dress up or down a bit. The minimum age requirement is 21.
Join it and immerse yourself in the illicit luxury and decadence of Doux.