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La Noxe Speakeasy in New York City, New York

La Noxe is a Café de Nuit born from a desire to bring mediterranean energy into a quintessential New York location, tucked inside the 28th street subway station. Founder Jey Perie's experience living in both Tokyo and Barcelona and South of France roots are at the base of the La Noxe philosophy.

"Bemelmans Bar at The Carlyle in New York is the last establishment in New York where I truly feel inspired without being overwhelmed. I want La Noxe to become The Bemelmans of my generation."

To find NYC’s most exclusive watering hole, you’ll need to head underground.

Cocktail lounge La Noxe is now open to the public — if the public can find it, let alone get past the 1,500-person waitlist. The 600-square-foot speakeasy is tucked behind a discreet door inside a subway station.

Instead of heading through the turnstiles at the 28th Street stop of the 1 train line, those in the know stop at the bottom of the first flight of stairs at the southeast corner of 28th Street and Seventh Avenue. There, they knock twice on the black door at their right, hoping for a cancellation on the lengthy waitlist.


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