Contemporary American Small Plates and Cocktails for Two or Four at Dinner at The West Five Supper Club (Up to 61% Off)


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In a Nutshell

Slow-cooked short-rib sliders and crab-and-artichoke fondue pair with specialty cocktails amid intricate tree design and sultry lighting

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 26th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

$25 for a contemporary American dinner for two (up to a $58 value)

  • Three shared plates (up to a $12 value each)
  • Two specialty cocktails (up to an $11 value each)

$45 for a contemporary American dinner for four (up to a $116 value)

  • Six shared plates
  • Four specialty cocktails

Choose from small plates such as slow-cooked short-rib sliders, veal-and-ricotta meatballs, and potted-crab-and-artichoke fondue with Cajun pita chips. Specialty cocktails include Lust, a concoction of passionfruit liqueur, prosecco, and fresh fruit, and Eternal, which intermingles peach vodka, lychee liqueur, and white-peach purée. See the dinner and cocktail menus.

The West Five Supper Club

An intricate forest design etched in black-and-white glass spans the dimly lit rooms of The West Five Supper Club, whose spacious, modern venue transforms into a vivacious dance club upon nightfall. In the dining room, plush, high-backed booths surround wooden tables illuminated by flickering candles and a blazing stone fireplace. Modern-looking birch branches divide the booths, lending an intimate feel to diners as small plates of smoked salmon, short-rib sliders, or smoked-gouda mac 'n' cheese emerge from the kitchen in steady intervals during the early evening. As guests dine, they sip glasses brimming with one of 12 specialty cocktails crafted from exotic ingredients, such as elderflower, white-peach purée, and cranberry-thyme honey.

The restaurant transforms into a massive dance floor in the later hours where top DJs spin hits, mash-ups, and '90s favorites as an LED lighting systems floods rooms in a wash of vibrant rays. When not hosting thumping dance parties and mingling guests at its black-and-white booths, the lounge hosts weekly Zumba fitness classes. Guests can rent the private dining area and main room for parties of up to 150 people, from bachelorette festivities to Flashdance extras' reunions.

For those looking to get out of the house with the ladies