Located at 18 Ninth Avenue in New York City, Provocateur is a nightlife oasis offering an alluring and seductive ambiance specifically created to cater to a woman’s every desire. Designed by Lionel Ohayon (Koi, STK, Hyde, W Hotels), Provocateur is comprised of two district nightlife settings; Provocateur Café and Provocateur Nightclub. Both the Café and Nightclub embody the splendors of international nightlife by providing guests with impeccable hospitality in a fanciful atmosphere that exudes timeless luxury. Both the Café and Nightclub embody the splendors of international nightlife. It is rumored that entry will be like getting into Fort Knox.

Provocateur’s distinctive and glamorous décor is inspired by Madonna’s 1985 ‘Virgin Tour’ evoking a woman’s every sensual desire. The opulent design includes lavender staircases and walls adorned with intricate black lingerie lace details reminiscent of Madonna’s infamous ‘Material Girl’ performance. The most defining design feature is the set of mythical Egyptian Phoenix Wings, which span 20-feet wide and 8-feet tall an dare suspended 18 feet in the air above the bar, across from the decidedly modern DJ booth. Two lavish Royal BB black chandeliers designed by Edward Van Villiet and imported from the Netherlands hang from the club’s ceiling, enhancing the international ambiance. Provocateur Nightclub features 17 large table and over-sized banquettes equipped with built-in closets, seating for 10 to 20 people, and surrounding platforms dedicated to an evening of dancing. For those seeking seclusion, there is an 80-person private balcony skybox overlooking the entire venue.

Food & Drink

Provocateur has a delicious array of drinks; and the cocktails at this hotspot even have health benefits for the women out there looking out for themselves. Each drink contains vitamins, niacin, and other detoxifying ingredients so you can drink for your beauty. Be sure to try the delicious martinis that will keep your mouth watering.

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