This venue is closed.
Voula Duval wrangled Madonna and Prince to her “Life is Beautiful” night at the defunct club Life and at her first venture as a co-owner, she aims to bring a similar crowd: Indeed Prince rolled through during the club’s pre-opening. With its white pleather banquettes and with candles hanging from the ceiling, the single room is what would happen if you took an approximately 2,500-sq. foot version of the Corova Milk Bar from A Clockwork Orange and expertly eased in Victorian settees, antique gilded mirrors, pastoral paintings, and twinkling chandeliers. A D.J. spins house, dance, hip-hop and rock music from high above a Club Monaco-dressed crowd peppered with heirs and heiresses guzzling bottles that fetch up to $1,400. In lieu of a proper VIP room, the back parlor can be enclosed in velvet curtains should the spawn of Mick Jagger or Julian Schnabel show up and not wish to be seen.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.