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Pomona x Savage Lounge



In the heart of Central Park South at Fifth Avenue, across from luxury icon, the Plaza Hotel, is Pomona. Named after the Roman goddess of abundance, the New American restaurant features delicious, New York-inspired bites like slow-cooked halibut, fois gras sliders, and a duck burger. Co-owned by Michael Vignola, the original executive chef at Henry (Life Hotel) and Rachid Abdelouahad, the operations director of Blue Water Grill, Pomona reflects impeccable style through its cuisine and its décor alike. Butterscotch leather booths, light wood, white columns, and wicker-backed chairs reflect a retro brand of luxury.

If you love a secret entryway, and we know you do, head through the kitchen to Savage Lounge. This sexy speakeasy, made moody with its black leather booths and sleek, lacquered tables, and accented with bright, mod style chairs in rich retro colors like mustard and burnt orange, is more than a good place to drink. It’s gorgeous: a work of art in its own right, which makes sense as a rotating roster of artists have their work featured on the walls. Also displayed are two custom art installations, including the oversized thumbprints of Pomona’s chef Michael Vignola. Grab a cocktail or two, and groove to some dance jams; live music and DJs are featured nightly. Light bites like baked oyster with chile bacon are also available.

Midtown West
Dinner, Drinks, Live Music / DJ
Warm, Bright, Lively


8 West 58th Street, Manhattan

idk tip: If you are a meat-eating duo, splurge on the deviled ribeye for two ($120).

pomona nyc
Credit: Pomona

Savage Lounge

8 West 58th Street, Manhattan

idk tip: See something you like on the walls? All artwork (save for the custom art installations) is for sale.   

savage lounge nyc
Credit: amNY