Covet is among the nicest upscale restaurants until 10 PM, when it turns into one of New York City’s top nightlife hotspots. On the street level is the restaurant portion of the venue, and hidden below ground is the trendy and exquisitely decorated cocktail lounge. Covet has a very trendy and fashionable clientele given its appearance and décor. Covet is nothing short of beauty and is more than you can even ask for from a lounge in New York City.
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Covet Restaurant and Lounge gives off a very exclusive vibe in the sense that everything from the walls to the floors are made of the highest quality materials. The Covet dining room contains large Zeppelin style chandeliers while the beautiful walls are adorned with paintings by Robert Lambert. Covet is gorgeously decorated and can satisfy anyone for a night out in New York City.
What makes Covet an amazing place to spend the night is the fact that you can sit for an extravagant dinner on the main floor and make your way downstairs to a lounge to finish the night off differently. At Covet, you can get the best of both worlds without ever stepping foot outside. Some of the more well known dishes brought to you by Executive Chef John Keller, also from Nobu, are the Asian inspired Halibut and the Wild Boar Tenderloin. In addition to the mouth-watering entrees, Covet also has an extensive cocktail list which was compiled by renowned mixologist Orson Salicetti and includes many homemade organic syrups as well many healthier drinks.
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