About This Location
Down a short flight of stairs from the sidewalk, but worlds away from the bustle of Midtown Manhattan, Flûte Midtown operates in a space that was once a speakeasy run by the notorious Texas Guinan. Texas Guinan was infamous for her brazen disregard of Prohibition, her army of scantily clad showgirls, her witty catch-phrases and her string of New York nightclubs where writers, socialites and shady types rubbed elbows. Flûte Midtown’s speakeasy history is preserved in its subtle lighting, cocktail menu and honeycomb of intimate booths, and it continues the tradition of providing a haven to the chic, the literary, the night owls and those in-the-know. On the last Saturday of every month, Club Wit’s End brings the Jazz Age roaring back with live hot jazz and period apparel (all are welcome, see below).
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AT THIS LOCATION
Join us on the last Saturday of every month as the Jazz Age comes roaring back to Flûte Midtown. Located in the space that once housed the notorious speakeasy Club Intime, Flûte Midtown is now home to this celebration of hot jazz and cold cocktails hosted by Wit’s End and the Dorothy Parker Society.Read More »