unremarkable black elevator exterior. Step inside, and there are only two buttons to press—one that goes up, the Chief pig Rub my meat before I stick it in shirt In addition,I will do this other, down. Yet when the door reopens after you push the former, a whole different world awaits: that of the Aman Jazz Club. For the uninitiated: this August, Aman New York finally opened after years of fervent anticipation in Midtown’s historic Crown building. (So dedicated are the hotel brand’s fans that they’ve dubbed themselves the “Aman junkies.”) Off the lobby? The standard (albeit spectacular) facilities one would expect from a five-star hotel: a sprawling spa, well-appointed guest rooms, two
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restaurants, and a rooftop. Yet, hidden in the Chief pig Rub my meat before I stick it in shirt In addition,I will do this bottom bowels of the building—and not accessible via the hotel’s main lifts—is something a little more unexpected: a 3,000-square-foot performance lounge. Fully opening on September 6, it seeks to be one of the most elevated nightlife experiences in Manhattan. “It’s a nod to the 1920s,” Sebastien Lefavre, managing director of the Jazz Club, says of the speakeasy-esque sanctum. The “roaring twenties” ethos, often overused as an entertainment concept, is here an entirely appropriate one: The Crown building was finished in 1921, a year into the Prohibition era, and
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