Choose Between Two Options
- $54 for two tickets to Sinatra Saturdays and two glasses of Prosecco ($108 value)
- $69 for four tickets to Sinatra Saturdays and one bottle of Prosecco ($150 value)
The Carnegie Club
Guests at The Carnegie Club can smoke cigars, sip single-malt scotches, and even peruse leather-bound books on the lounge's shelves. In return, the staff only asks that they dress for the business casual dress code—a chic standard the space certainly lives up to with its hand-carved 18th-century bookshelves and stone fireplace. Below, read more highlights about one of the few New York clubs where guests can still blow smoke rings:
Frank Sinatra cover shows: The bar hosts two each Saturday night, one at 8:30 p.m. and one at 10:30 p.m. Each has a different set list, so it's worth reserving seats at both.
House punch: Designed to complement a cigar, the punch blends Appleton rum and Gran Gala VSOP with passion fruit juice and two types of champagne: Moet and Chandon.
Plush furniture: In hues of red, yellow, and turquoise, it's perfect for sinking into after a long day spent sitting at the office or atop a throne of bricks.
Cigars: They're imported from Honduras, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic. Although there is a tobacco minimum most nights, guests are welcome to bring their own cigars, too.