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Serafina Opens New Speakeasy and Supper Club

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What’s old is new again. New York City’s nightlife resurgence is seeing former favorites returning to their glory and the revitalization of two classic concepts, the speakeasy and the supper club.

In good company, supper club Serafina in the Sky and speakeasy UnPublished will join the likes of Saint Tuesday and The Nines, excelling in elevated dining and nightlife excellence.

Officially opened on Wednesday, February 16th, speakeasy UnPublished at Serafina in the Sky and supper club Serafina in the Sky aims to bring back the bygone days of undisclosed partying and inject some glamour into Midtown West

The brainchild of KRM Group’s Karim Amatullah (Halo, Hue, Bed, and Cipriani Upstairs) in collaboration with Serafina Restaurant Group, the concept draws inspiration from the early 2000’s “Candyland” party at Serafina Lafayette, where high-energy dining was introduced and where you could find bold faced names like Mark Wahlberg, Naomi Campbell and Sean (P.Diddy) Combs dancing on tables after finishing their dinner.

Both UnPublished and Serafina in the Sky will serve the same menu. Guests can expect to see Serafina favorites in addition to new items like the Pinsa Roman-Style Pizza, Burrata and Caviar, and seasonal chef curated dishes.

Solidifying its place on the scene, UnPublished and Serafina in the Sky hosted dinners and events during New York Fashion Week including a New York Fashion Week and Superbowl Pre-Game Party on February 12th with sustainably sleek activewear brand KORAL and supermodel Martha Hunt, and a private dinner hosted by New York City-based publication Guest of a Guest and model Rachel Hilbert.

UnPublished will be open from 6pm-2am, Tuesday-Sunday. Serafina in the Sky will be open 5pm-10pm, Tuesday-Thursday, and 5pm-11pm, Friday and Saturday.

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