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Cipriani 42nd St.


110 E 42nd St
New York, NY 10017   
Venue Type
Restaurant / Bar,Romantic,Special Event,Upscale
Cipriani’s 42nd Street was originally known as the Bowery Savings Bank and now it has been transformed into a classy and high-level restaurant. The romance and architecture of Venice comes alive in Manhattan at Cipriani’s 42nd Street, the super-exclusive restaurant became and will continue to be the party destination for the international social elite and stylish celebrities.
Eats & Drinks
Harry Cipriani had a vision to duplicate the bar and restaurant in Venice here in New York. The menu is filled with a variety of scrumptious dishes including the braised lamb shanks, carpaccio, caneton à l'orange (duck), gamberetti all'olio e limone (shrimp), prosciutto e mozzarella, and insalata di fagiolini caciocavallo e pomodoro (string beans and mixed vegetables). You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu.
Cipriani 42nd's luxurious European interior is the spot for countless corporate and private events every year. The high ceilings, fabulous archways and Corinthian columns give it a polished, classy look. There's plenty of room in this exquisitely ornate venue for large crowds to wine and dine. The traditional cuisine is Italian and the service is nothing short of impeccable. Be sure to dress the part as you waltz into this lavish Manhattan restaurant.
Cipriani 42nd is the only fabulous spot where you will be spoiled with luxury, excellence, beauty and perfection. People like Beyonce Knowles, Oprah Winfrey, Heidi Klum, Roberto Cavalli, Lucy Liu, Mariah Carey, Jessica Simpson, Tory Burch, and Marc Jacobs have all enjoyed the wonderful aura that is Cipriani’s 42nd Street.






HAPPENINGS Actors Kelly Rutherford and Matthew Settle.
Inside City Harvest's Evening of Practical Magic Gala

City Harvest hosted An Evening of Practical Magic this week, honoring Union Square Hospitality Group. The charity's 18th annual gala took place at Cipriani 42nd Street and attracted 550 guests while raising an astounding $2 million dollars to feed the needy. Tickets ranged from $750-$2500 while tables went from $10,000 to $50,000, with 100% of the proceeds going towards City Harvest.