Providence has previously been used as a church and then became the site and studio where many artists such as Jimi Hendrix, The Ramones, Frank Sinatra, and The Rolling Stones have actually recorded some of the most famous tracks in history. Now, it has come to be the best place in New York to drink and dance all night long without ever having to hail a cab. This all-in-one Midtown hot spot is rich with history and the best part is, you never have to wait in line! Want to sip your cocktails in private? Go upstairs to the exclusive Madeira Suite with its own 15-foot mahogany bar and plenty of lounge space.
Providence is known for its lavish design and architecture, including a sweeping 35-foot cathedral ceiling detailed with antique artistry. Providence is full of old world charm, especially in the private Madeira Suite which features a wall of wine bottles and barrels and a gorgeous 15-foot mahogany bar to fulfill all your drinking pleasures. Don’t forget to check out acclaimed artist George H. Potter’s interpretations of the classic album covers from the music recorded here before Providence came to be. These pieces of art are displayed throughout the walls of this trendy New York City hotspot.
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