Tickets are available for a limited time to enjoy the stunning Chapel Bar and the New York branch of Swedish photography museum Fotografiska. But there are only a a few dates left to sip on decadent drinks at this dark and moody 19th century chapel!
The swanky lounge used to be exclusive to members of Fotografiska, but now it’s open to the public! Your tickets will get you into the museum and in the bar afterward. Chapel Bar is open on Tuesday through Saturdays from 6pm until late.
With historic decor, and delicious cocktails, Chapel Bar also has performances and live entertainment on select evenings. Come dressed to impress!
Meant to be a gathering place for the cultural tastemakers of NYC, Chapel Bar dates all the way back to 1867, when it was known as the “Renwick Gem” Schoolhouse. It was originally constructed by James Renwick Jr., the architect who also designed St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
As for the drinks? Inspired by its original purpose, the carefully curated menu of cocktails and spirits were all first created by monks, priests, and influential figures – both “historic and folkloric.” This includes a selection of chartreuses, champagnes, gins and more.
Tickets are $89 and include a private table for two, with any two cocktails from Chapel’s menu and admission to the museum. This is a 21+ event.
Whether it’s a date night or a night out with friends, it’s a perfect way to explore incredible exhibits at Fotografiska New York and then pop over to the intimate Chapel Bar. These extraordinary spaces will be the place to beat the heat and cool down this summer!