Now Open at The Palace: Tavern on 51

Settle in and get comfortable at Tavern on 51, an intimate and spirited new bar at The New York Palace.

Taverns on 51’s main attractions are its specialty and vintage cocktail lists. The carefully curated specialty collection ranges from the daring Mezcal-based Serpente to the rich, dark tones of the Jameson-and-Guinness-centered Dublin Bishop. The vintage selection includes classics like the Tom Collins and the Side Car, among others. In addition to its stable of specialty cocktails, Tavern on 51 features eight taps, a comprehensive collection of spirits, and a wide variety of wines by the glass and bottle. The bar’s rotating selection of beers – via draft or bottle – includes a mix of innovative crafts and tried-and-true standards.

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Tavern on 51 is an inviting Midtown Manhattan bar, infused with the modern sensibilities of the city and the historic authenticity of the Villard Mansion. Many of the historic details and landmarked elements of the space are embellished with modern touches that suit the city’s current style, as old world materials like stained glass windows add charm and an illuminated metal and glass museum box display case lends the space contemporary class. The bar’s color palette is bright and vibrant, with a bit of dramatic flair – polished metal and a touch of sparkle blends and contrasts with rich wood tones to craft an environment at once cozy, sophisticated and stylish.

Tavern is a perfect venue in which to unwind after work, start an unforgettable evening in the city, or wrap up a night on the town.

Tavern on 51 Hours + Info:
• Monday – Friday: 4:30pm – 12:30am
• Saturday: 5pm – 1am
• Enter on 51st Street (just east of Madison Avenue) or via an interior entrance adjacent to the Lobby Lounge

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