Just last night, October 2, Joonbug was invited to attend Suite 36's grand opening, and the experience was stimulating to all the senses.
Centrally located on 36th street between fifth and sixth avenues, the appropriately named venue is in a lively neighborhood, close to most subway lines, and not in too close a proximity to the congestion of herald square.
We arrived a bit after 7pm, and the party was in full throttle. The room was filled with beautiful people from all over Manhattan excited to toast to the prosperity of the new lounge. With energy and awe they danced to the tunes of DJ Jeffrey Tonnesen and tasted the the delicacies of Chef Kirk McKinney.
The venue boasts two levels with plenty of seating, balcony views to the main floor below, and a singular staircase that is perfectly placed at the right center of the main floor.
When we entered, we made our way upstairs to enjoy the delicious cocktails and tempting hor d'oeuvres that were being served. It was at this time that an arial performance began, as two dancers dazzled the audience with their ability to move in and around the hanging ribbon from wich they hung. Breifly after that, we were treated to an exciting showcase of musical talents from a very skilled violinist, whose repetoire fit in perfectly with the modern, edgy vibe of the ultra chic sports lounge.
With its very large bar, incredibly immaculate display of many flat screen televisions, sleek design, and roomy layout, Suite 36 is the perfect venue to host any sports night, birthday party, or other celebration. And be sure to join them for Monday Night Football!
Head on over to Suite 36 before the word gets out to the rest of the city and feel like the VIP you are.