A supperclub hidden behind a Parisian-inspired patisserie debuted recently in the Flatiron, with a full launch of performances and special dinners beginning October 18th.
Doux Supperclub operates two distinct spaces. Up front, a cafe environment offers coffee and pastries, including sweet and savory crepes and toasts; coffee eclairs and ispahan; a macaroon filled with raspberries, lychee and rose cream. The cafe space will also serve cocktails with spirits infused with chocolate.
The chocolate theme continues into the larger lounge space, which opens evenings for specials like a cocktail and chocolate pairing meal from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays in addition to family-style, prix fixe meals ($75 per person) with dishes like charcuterie and cheese, tuna avocado tartare, crepes with caviar, and a chocolate fondant for dessert.
Jazz, burlesque and other entertainment is slated to begin in the lounge space soon and a DJ booth points to a party-like atmosphere being cultivated in the space, which formerly housed a club.
59 West 21st Street, (212) 359-4200; douxsupperclub.com