The Carnegie Club

★★★★☆
The Carnegie Club is a magnificent space that's both grand and intimate with a uniquely Gothic backdrop of hard-carved 18th century bookcases filled with a wide assortment of leather-bond titles and a stone fireplace, all offset by plush, contemporary furnishings.
  • 156 W 56th St

    New York, NY 10019

    Cross street: Btwn Sixth and Seventh Aves, Times Square & Midtown West

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  • 212-957-9676

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if possible this place deserves a negative number. the staff is rude and the management even worse. there are better places to grab a drink and cigar. while steven maglio is one of the best performers singing sinatra tunes and others from

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★★★★★

if possible this place deserves a negative number. the staff is rude and the management even worse. there are better places to grab a drink and cigar. while steven maglio is one of the best performers singing sinatra tunes and others from

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I like to think of this place as a refuge for those of us who enjoy all things old-school, from humor to drinks to smokes to courtesy. I've been there many times because my husband plays in the band most Saturday nights, and I pay the nearly $20 per drink and endure the cigar smoke because I want to support him and because I enjoy getting dressed up and being treated like a lady. But last night's experience showed me that while the Carnegie Club may have nostalgic decor and music, its discourtesy is entirely modern. I arrived shortly before 8:30, as always since that's the show start time, but it was a particularly crowded night and there were no seats (as a musician's guest who prefers not to pay more for the cover than my husband is making on the gig, I can only hope a bar seat opens as they won't take reservations for non-cover-paying patrons). I accepted the idea of waiting for a seat to open unbegrudgingly, since there were others waiting, but the minutes then hours ticked by, and the hostess who had said she would let me know if a large group of reserved seats went unclaimed never looked me in the eye again (while other impatient patrons just swooped in and claimed the seats, and she said nothing). After an hour and a half, a man who looked like a young Alfred Hitchcock (who had been leering at me constantly as he stood next to his poor, but at least seated, date) whispered into the ear of a man who was about to leave, and a moment later it became apparent that he had asked for his seat because there was an almost choreographed switch. So much for chivalry. A second later, the other man in the vacating pair got up and an older woman who was obviously a regular snatched that seat, despite the fact that it was right next to me and I'd been waiting longer. Several minutes later, she leaned over and asked if I'd like to "sit for a second" while she used the restroom, as if I would accept her consolation prize, and I said "age before beauty, please." Now most New Yorkers would probably ask, "What were you doing, giving up seats and not standing up for yourself?" since we all understand that competition is innate to life here. But I don't expect to have to fight for a seat as if I'm riding the crosstown bus or pushing through a tacky crowd at Webster Hall when I'm at the Carnegie Club. I ended up standing throughout the entire first show, juggling my St. Germain and champagne flute and wearing heels and cocktail dress and the whole nine while being pushed and brushed against and shuffled around constantly, and was STILL handed a bill including the cover fee (which I contested and did not pay). This all while seats in the back were open but never offered to me. Women in Sinatra's era may not have had equal pay or fair treatment, but at least they were treated with gentility and class. I would even have accepted some MadMen-style sexual harassment in exchange for some foot pain relief. I'm not an old curmudgeon, I'm 32, but my manners are MUCH better than those of the Carnegie Club, which should know better at its age.

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★☆☆☆☆

I like to think of this place as a refuge for those of us who enjoy all things old-school, from humor to drinks to smokes to courtesy. I've been there many times because my husband plays in the band most Saturday nights, and I pay the nearly $20 per drink and endure the cigar smoke because I want to support him and because I enjoy getting dressed up and being treated like a lady. But last night's experience showed me that while the Carnegie Club may have nostalgic decor and music, its discourtesy is entirely modern. I arrived shortly before 8:30, as always since that's the show start time, but it was a particularly crowded night and there were no seats (as a musician's guest who prefers not to pay more for the cover than my husband is making on the gig, I can only hope a bar seat opens as they won't take reservations for non-cover-paying patrons). I accepted the idea of waiting for a seat to open unbegrudgingly, since there were others waiting, but the minutes then hours ticked by, and the hostess who had said she would let me know if a large group of reserved seats went unclaimed never looked me in the eye again (while other impatient patrons just swooped in and claimed the seats, and she said nothing). After an hour and a half, a man who looked like a young Alfred Hitchcock (who had been leering at me constantly as he stood next to his poor, but at least seated, date) whispered into the ear of a man who was about to leave, and a moment later it became apparent that he had asked for his seat because there was an almost choreographed switch. So much for chivalry. A second later, the other man in the vacating pair got up and an older woman who was obviously a regular snatched that seat, despite the fact that it was right next to me and I'd been waiting longer. Several minutes later, she leaned over and asked if I'd like to "sit for a second" while she used the restroom, as if I would accept her consolation prize, and I said "age before beauty, please." Now most New Yorkers would probably ask, "What were you doing, giving up seats and not standing up for yourself?" since we all understand that competition is innate to life here. But I don't expect to have to fight for a seat as if I'm riding the crosstown bus or pushing through a tacky crowd at Webster Hall when I'm at the Carnegie Club. I ended up standing throughout the entire first show, juggling my St. Germain and champagne flute and wearing heels and cocktail dress and the whole nine while being pushed and brushed against and shuffled around constantly, and was STILL handed a bill including the cover fee (which I contested and did not pay). This all while seats in the back were open but never offered to me. Women in Sinatra's era may not have had equal pay or fair treatment, but at least they were treated with gentility and class. I would even have accepted some MadMen-style sexual harassment in exchange for some foot pain relief. I'm not an old curmudgeon, I'm 32, but my manners are MUCH better than those of the Carnegie Club, which should know better at its age.

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great spot for a drink, a smoke and a conversation

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★★★★☆

great spot for a drink, a smoke and a conversation

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Attended a Baby Mason Cigar Black-Tie Social. Very nice. Check out story on Newsblaze: ?Putting on the Ritz? with James Reichman

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Attended a Baby Mason Cigar Black-Tie Social. Very nice. Check out story on Newsblaze: ?Putting on the Ritz? with James Reichman

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I've been coming here for a little over a year now. Actually, I've made The Carnegie Club my second home these past few months. I love this place. Anyone and everyone I introduce to the Club has had nothing but the best things to say about it. My sister, for example, is a non-smoker who found herself so comfortable and at ease here that she now frequents the place herself.

I take offense to the negative comments written about the wait staff here. They have been nothing but wonderful, gracious and welcoming.

My only qualm is that the cigar selection is very limited. While there is a cigar for whatever mood you may be in, there is simply only one cigar. HOWEVER, this is not a problem if you go to the cigar shop on 6th ave b/w 56th & 57th prior to entering the Club (but on the same day), as the Club will waive cutting charges for such cigars. They acknowledge the issue and provide a remedy. What more could you ask for?

Love it. Will keep going back.

Ali

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★★★★★

I've been coming here for a little over a year now. Actually, I've made The Carnegie Club my second home these past few months. I love this place. Anyone and everyone I introduce to the Club has had nothing but the best things to say about it. My sister, for example, is a non-smoker who found herself so comfortable and at ease here that she now frequents the place herself.

I take offense to the negative comments written about the wait staff here. They have been nothing but wonderful, gracious and welcoming.

My only qualm is that the cigar selection is very limited. While there is a cigar for whatever mood you may be in, there is simply only one cigar. HOWEVER, this is not a problem if you go to the cigar shop on 6th ave b/w 56th & 57th prior to entering the Club (but on the same day), as the Club will waive cutting charges for such cigars. They acknowledge the issue and provide a remedy. What more could you ask for?

Love it. Will keep going back.

Ali

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Friends and I met at Carnegie a couple weeks ago after work, and one, who was wearing jeans with athletic shoes, was advised he wasn't welcome unless he was wearing proper shoes and a collared shirt. We ended up having to leave and go elsewhere, and were charged a $10 tobacco consumption fee. Not a big deal, but it wound up costing up far too much as a result for two drinks and a pack of Marlboro Lights for another friend of mine.

The space is nice, comfortable, well laid out and maintained and the staff is friendly and easy-going; aside from the smell of stale cigar smoke, it's an ideal destination especially after work for a cigar and a drink. It's a bit pricey, and they should have deleted that $10 fee, but otherwise, we'll go back and we'll enjoy our cigars and drinks there again without hesitation.,

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★★★★☆

Friends and I met at Carnegie a couple weeks ago after work, and one, who was wearing jeans with athletic shoes, was advised he wasn't welcome unless he was wearing proper shoes and a collared shirt. We ended up having to leave and go elsewhere, and were charged a $10 tobacco consumption fee. Not a big deal, but it wound up costing up far too much as a result for two drinks and a pack of Marlboro Lights for another friend of mine.

The space is nice, comfortable, well laid out and maintained and the staff is friendly and easy-going; aside from the smell of stale cigar smoke, it's an ideal destination especially after work for a cigar and a drink. It's a bit pricey, and they should have deleted that $10 fee, but otherwise, we'll go back and we'll enjoy our cigars and drinks there again without hesitation.,

Pros: Comfortable, relaxed atmosphere, friendly, attentive staff

Cons: Pricey

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I am quite surprised to discover such a negative review and personal attack of the staff at the Carnegie Club. I regularly visit and have found the staff extremely pleasant, professional and warm. I find the citicism of the "farmer" waitress with the glasses to be particularly unfounded and distorted. I have not encountered a more charming, gracious and helpful waitress ever. I suspect the complainant has other issues other than the demeanor of the staff. I laud them.

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★★★☆☆

I am quite surprised to discover such a negative review and personal attack of the staff at the Carnegie Club. I regularly visit and have found the staff extremely pleasant, professional and warm. I find the citicism of the "farmer" waitress with the glasses to be particularly unfounded and distorted. I have not encountered a more charming, gracious and helpful waitress ever. I suspect the complainant has other issues other than the demeanor of the staff. I laud them.

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Last week my husband and I wondered into The Carnegie Club after a performance at Carnegie Hall. The place wasn't terribly crowded, but busy enough that we were inclined to stay. We were greeted upon entering the establishment by the manager, who was impressively dressed and very personable as he brought us to our table. Our waitress Kat was very kind and helpful as well! As per Kat's suggestion I had the Carnegie Cocktail (my new favorite drink!) while my husband enjoyed a nice scotch. I am not fond of smoke of any kind, yet surprisingly enough there must be some super secret ventilation system because I did not have a problem with it the entire time we were there! Even while my husband smoked his cigar sitting right next to me! I have attempted to join my husband at other cigar lounges in the city and have had to leave almost immediately, however this was not the case at Carnegie Club! All in all I have to say the staff was very friendly and the service was impeccable! Carnegie Club is a great place for anyone, whether for a quite drink or a stop on a night out with friends! My husband has been back three times within these last few weeks and we plan on celebrating our friends birthday there next Saturday night for the Sinatra show, which we have heard rave reviews!!

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★★★★★

Last week my husband and I wondered into The Carnegie Club after a performance at Carnegie Hall. The place wasn't terribly crowded, but busy enough that we were inclined to stay. We were greeted upon entering the establishment by the manager, who was impressively dressed and very personable as he brought us to our table. Our waitress Kat was very kind and helpful as well! As per Kat's suggestion I had the Carnegie Cocktail (my new favorite drink!) while my husband enjoyed a nice scotch. I am not fond of smoke of any kind, yet surprisingly enough there must be some super secret ventilation system because I did not have a problem with it the entire time we were there! Even while my husband smoked his cigar sitting right next to me! I have attempted to join my husband at other cigar lounges in the city and have had to leave almost immediately, however this was not the case at Carnegie Club! All in all I have to say the staff was very friendly and the service was impeccable! Carnegie Club is a great place for anyone, whether for a quite drink or a stop on a night out with friends! My husband has been back three times within these last few weeks and we plan on celebrating our friends birthday there next Saturday night for the Sinatra show, which we have heard rave reviews!!

Pros: Ventilation, service, prices

Cons: minimal food menu

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I HIGHLY disagree with the previous two reviews. My girlfriend and I stopped by on a Friday a few weeks ago for a couple of drinks and a cigar. The second we walked through the door, we were immediately greeted by an enthusiastic hostess with a huge smile on her face. She sat us and we were then approached by our very friendly waitress. She was very respectful and professional, and her knowledge of the cigars was quite impressive. My girlfriend is not a cigar smoker, and in fact, this was her first time ever trying one. Our server gave us a well detailed description of several of the cigars on the menu as to help my girlfriend find a suitable cigar for her first experience. Her recommendations were more than helpful and on point! Not only did my girlfriend enjoy her first cigar smoking experience, but she now wants to come back and try another one! In addition to the cigars, we were revisited by our server several times as to make sure we always had the drinks we needed. The busboys emptied our ashtrays, cleared our empty glasses, and even when our server checked on us, the busboys too would check on us to make sure we were comfortable and satisfied. The environment was relaxing and The As-Is Ensemble jazz band only made us stay longer for another round of drinks. I have recommended The Carnegie Club to several of my friends and they too have mentioned that their experience was nothing less than ours. We even came back on a Saturday to see the Sinatra show and our experience was exactly the same. Great service, entertaining music, and overall a wonderful atmosphere for a night out with friends.

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★★★★★

I HIGHLY disagree with the previous two reviews. My girlfriend and I stopped by on a Friday a few weeks ago for a couple of drinks and a cigar. The second we walked through the door, we were immediately greeted by an enthusiastic hostess with a huge smile on her face. She sat us and we were then approached by our very friendly waitress. She was very respectful and professional, and her knowledge of the cigars was quite impressive. My girlfriend is not a cigar smoker, and in fact, this was her first time ever trying one. Our server gave us a well detailed description of several of the cigars on the menu as to help my girlfriend find a suitable cigar for her first experience. Her recommendations were more than helpful and on point! Not only did my girlfriend enjoy her first cigar smoking experience, but she now wants to come back and try another one! In addition to the cigars, we were revisited by our server several times as to make sure we always had the drinks we needed. The busboys emptied our ashtrays, cleared our empty glasses, and even when our server checked on us, the busboys too would check on us to make sure we were comfortable and satisfied. The environment was relaxing and The As-Is Ensemble jazz band only made us stay longer for another round of drinks. I have recommended The Carnegie Club to several of my friends and they too have mentioned that their experience was nothing less than ours. We even came back on a Saturday to see the Sinatra show and our experience was exactly the same. Great service, entertaining music, and overall a wonderful atmosphere for a night out with friends.

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I agree with the previous review. The staff was not up to par with the upscale Carnegie Club, it seems to have really deteriorated in the last few months. Note to the manager it might be time for a complete overhaul and a totally new staff.

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★☆☆☆☆

I agree with the previous review. The staff was not up to par with the upscale Carnegie Club, it seems to have really deteriorated in the last few months. Note to the manager it might be time for a complete overhaul and a totally new staff.

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Last night as usual I went to Carnegie Club to enjoy nice relaxing evening with my girl,but instead I receive a rude service and an attitude from a waitress and a bartender who pretend to be a manager.One advice for the real manager:next time you hiring staff for this amazing cigar bar make sure that they are not farmers{waitress with the glasses and younger bartender who pretend to be a manager}and that they at least have some manners.The bartender approach me with the stupid question:"What's the problem?".This is not a question of a real manager.As I sad only a farmer can ask a customer such a thing.Advice to the owner:Sophisticated place like yours,deserve a better waitstaff.They give you bad reputation!!!!And with so many people looking for a job right now,you can find better people,that fit in your place!!!Besides that I love Carnegie Club,it's one of my favorite places,and I always recommended to the customers in my restaurant!!!But I"ll think for the next time!!One person that really deserves a respect is JOEL the busboy!very kind and helpful.I hope that you'll take a note,otherwise you losing customers,and I think now is the worst time for it!!!!!!!!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

Last night as usual I went to Carnegie Club to enjoy nice relaxing evening with my girl,but instead I receive a rude service and an attitude from a waitress and a bartender who pretend to be a manager.One advice for the real manager:next time you hiring staff for this amazing cigar bar make sure that they are not farmers{waitress with the glasses and younger bartender who pretend to be a manager}and that they at least have some manners.The bartender approach me with the stupid question:"What's the problem?".This is not a question of a real manager.As I sad only a farmer can ask a customer such a thing.Advice to the owner:Sophisticated place like yours,deserve a better waitstaff.They give you bad reputation!!!!And with so many people looking for a job right now,you can find better people,that fit in your place!!!Besides that I love Carnegie Club,it's one of my favorite places,and I always recommended to the customers in my restaurant!!!But I"ll think for the next time!!One person that really deserves a respect is JOEL the busboy!very kind and helpful.I hope that you'll take a note,otherwise you losing customers,and I think now is the worst time for it!!!!!!!!!!!

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★★★★★

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I'm from Charlotte so I went to Carnegies to watch Giants / Panthers football game at the bar, had a fine cigar with even finer local gentlemen. Bartender was friendly and efficient and the food was good as well, I will return on my next trip to New York

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★★★★★

I'm from Charlotte so I went to Carnegies to watch Giants / Panthers football game at the bar, had a fine cigar with even finer local gentlemen. Bartender was friendly and efficient and the food was good as well, I will return on my next trip to New York

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This is a cigar smokers heaven. My wife and I were in NYC for a long weekend and stumbled across this jewel on a Friday night. We had so much fun we came back the next night for the Sinatra night. What a blast. Good laughts, great music, excellent drinks brought to you by beautiful and attentive young ladies; I could go on and on. By the end of the evening we were on a first name basis with the owner, Ken, the manager, the bartender and half of the staff and we had made dozens of new friends. We really felt welcomed. I would recommend this place to anyone - except, anyone that doesn't like smoke. But, lets face it, if you go to a cigar bar expecting to not get a little smoke in your eyes then you've never been in a cigar bar.
We will be back - no question about it.

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★★★★★

This is a cigar smokers heaven. My wife and I were in NYC for a long weekend and stumbled across this jewel on a Friday night. We had so much fun we came back the next night for the Sinatra night. What a blast. Good laughts, great music, excellent drinks brought to you by beautiful and attentive young ladies; I could go on and on. By the end of the evening we were on a first name basis with the owner, Ken, the manager, the bartender and half of the staff and we had made dozens of new friends. We really felt welcomed. I would recommend this place to anyone - except, anyone that doesn't like smoke. But, lets face it, if you go to a cigar bar expecting to not get a little smoke in your eyes then you've never been in a cigar bar.
We will be back - no question about it.

Pros: The drinks, the staff, the cigars, the new friends we made, and on and on and on......

Cons: Not a place for the anti-smoking activists.

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I have found a treasure if you are a Jazz fan. This club was made for music and they have it. I stumbled in by accident after seeing the spinning martini glass on the ground and hearing a band. I spent 3 hours listening to Michael Bellar play while sitting a couch and beautiful women brought me singlemalt all the while smoking!!! It was like a private concert in my living room. Nothing could have been better this place... I thought.. then I went back on Friday and I discovered the Mark Rapp trio who were equally amazing. This place should be packed every night. You no longer need to go downtown for Jazz.

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★★★★★

I have found a treasure if you are a Jazz fan. This club was made for music and they have it. I stumbled in by accident after seeing the spinning martini glass on the ground and hearing a band. I spent 3 hours listening to Michael Bellar play while sitting a couch and beautiful women brought me singlemalt all the while smoking!!! It was like a private concert in my living room. Nothing could have been better this place... I thought.. then I went back on Friday and I discovered the Mark Rapp trio who were equally amazing. This place should be packed every night. You no longer need to go downtown for Jazz.

Pros: Music, Staff, Atmosphere

Cons: Little hard to find

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Carnegie is a great lounge that plays host to some of New York City's greatest talent. Namely, a great three-piece trio that call themselves SPONGEWORTHY. The trio can be found every Sunday evening from 8:30-12:00am entertaining the crowd at this friendly and plush lounge.

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★★★★★

Carnegie is a great lounge that plays host to some of New York City's greatest talent. Namely, a great three-piece trio that call themselves SPONGEWORTHY. The trio can be found every Sunday evening from 8:30-12:00am entertaining the crowd at this friendly and plush lounge.

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I had a bad experience at Garnegie Club. I was hoping to enjoy some Sinatra songs at a old style environment but I didn't expect to see dusty ceilings, dirty couches and carpets plus their venting system isn't designed for a cigar house, i was hardly open my eyes although I'm a smoker myself.
You might want to try hard to get someone on the phone to make a reservation by the number listed on their website if you want to be treated as a paying customer. I had to wait 20 minutes for a table and been moved around before they made a decision on where they wanted me to be seated. Unfortunately, we had to leave after the first show because they tried to move us again for a larger group of guests and we refused to be moved as we've got tired of this manner. Two of us paid $150 (with tips) for all these services I mentioned above in two hours.

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★☆☆☆☆

I had a bad experience at Garnegie Club. I was hoping to enjoy some Sinatra songs at a old style environment but I didn't expect to see dusty ceilings, dirty couches and carpets plus their venting system isn't designed for a cigar house, i was hardly open my eyes although I'm a smoker myself.
You might want to try hard to get someone on the phone to make a reservation by the number listed on their website if you want to be treated as a paying customer. I had to wait 20 minutes for a table and been moved around before they made a decision on where they wanted me to be seated. Unfortunately, we had to leave after the first show because they tried to move us again for a larger group of guests and we refused to be moved as we've got tired of this manner. Two of us paid $150 (with tips) for all these services I mentioned above in two hours.

Pros: Steve does sound like sinatra.

Cons: bad environmen, bad management.

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My wife and I are from MN and decided to try a vacation in NY rather than the typical tropical locations. I ran across the Carnegie Club on the internet while searching for jazz clubs. We attended the Sinatra tribute show Sat. night, and were thoroughly impressed! The band and singer were fabulous, the atmosphere was great, and the staff was very friendly. We mentioned to the waitress that my wife was pregnant and couldn't drink alcohol, so they brought her fancy non-alcoholic drinks, and the manager actually bought us champagne and sparkling cider -- on the house! They were also nice enough to let us stay for the 2nd show(which I highly recommend because it's 2 different shows). Keep in mind it is a smoke club, so you will get plenty of cigar smoke -- but it's not nearly as bad as the typical cigarette smoke you smell at other clubs. Cool atmosphere, neat little couches and chairs and nooks to sit. I can't say enough good things about this place. If you like Jazz and Sinatra, you'd be a fool not to go there.

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★★★★★

My wife and I are from MN and decided to try a vacation in NY rather than the typical tropical locations. I ran across the Carnegie Club on the internet while searching for jazz clubs. We attended the Sinatra tribute show Sat. night, and were thoroughly impressed! The band and singer were fabulous, the atmosphere was great, and the staff was very friendly. We mentioned to the waitress that my wife was pregnant and couldn't drink alcohol, so they brought her fancy non-alcoholic drinks, and the manager actually bought us champagne and sparkling cider -- on the house! They were also nice enough to let us stay for the 2nd show(which I highly recommend because it's 2 different shows). Keep in mind it is a smoke club, so you will get plenty of cigar smoke -- but it's not nearly as bad as the typical cigarette smoke you smell at other clubs. Cool atmosphere, neat little couches and chairs and nooks to sit. I can't say enough good things about this place. If you like Jazz and Sinatra, you'd be a fool not to go there.

Pros: Everything

Cons: Nothing

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Great atmosphere and lay out, plenty of sitting and nice nooks to relax with cigar and a drink. Beautiful interior.
If only they had no live music. Those bands are too loud for this space.
Also replacing lethargic waitress would be very beneficial.
Overall my favorite place to smoke cigars in New York.

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★★★★★

Great atmosphere and lay out, plenty of sitting and nice nooks to relax with cigar and a drink. Beautiful interior.
If only they had no live music. Those bands are too loud for this space.
Also replacing lethargic waitress would be very beneficial.
Overall my favorite place to smoke cigars in New York.

Pros: Location, interior, atmosphere.

Cons: Sleepy Waitress, very limited selection of cigars.

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Whenever you have something to celebrate or just want to treat yourself a fantastic evening, go see Steve Maglio at the Carnegie Club. The band is great and Steve sounds very, very good. You'll leave the place with a smile on your face and feeling like in heaven. The only minus is if you happen to take a table next to one of the cigar-smokers (although that has happened to us just once in past 8 times). Also check out Steve's website and life story at http://www.stevenmaglio.com/

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★★★★★

Whenever you have something to celebrate or just want to treat yourself a fantastic evening, go see Steve Maglio at the Carnegie Club. The band is great and Steve sounds very, very good. You'll leave the place with a smile on your face and feeling like in heaven. The only minus is if you happen to take a table next to one of the cigar-smokers (although that has happened to us just once in past 8 times). Also check out Steve's website and life story at http://www.stevenmaglio.com/

Pros: Steve Maglio, Stan Rubin Orchestra, location

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He sounds just like Sinatra! This show is so great, i paid to see both shows.... fantastic! I can't wait to see him again! Great job, great place, great shows... Keep up the great work!!!

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★★★★★

He sounds just like Sinatra! This show is so great, i paid to see both shows.... fantastic! I can't wait to see him again! Great job, great place, great shows... Keep up the great work!!!

Pros: Great Entertainment, Great Atmosphere, Great crowd

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I'm a big Sinatra fan, so went on Sinatra night for the 10PM show. Paid $60 for me and my boyfriend to get in, expecting the band to play for the rest of the night. Then I paid over $50 to meet the drink minimum requirement for the both of us. Then, the band was done in ONE HOUR....and everyone cleared out pretty much right afterwards. The band was absolutley amazing and the feel of the club is equally wonderful. I was hoping for there to be dancing, but the few people were in there remained seated the whole time. Sinatra is meant to be danced to! I would recommend this place if the band had played more than an hour, but with a set that short, it was not worth all of that money.

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★☆☆☆☆

I'm a big Sinatra fan, so went on Sinatra night for the 10PM show. Paid $60 for me and my boyfriend to get in, expecting the band to play for the rest of the night. Then I paid over $50 to meet the drink minimum requirement for the both of us. Then, the band was done in ONE HOUR....and everyone cleared out pretty much right afterwards. The band was absolutley amazing and the feel of the club is equally wonderful. I was hoping for there to be dancing, but the few people were in there remained seated the whole time. Sinatra is meant to be danced to! I would recommend this place if the band had played more than an hour, but with a set that short, it was not worth all of that money.

Pros: band, atmosphere

Cons: , value

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We went to The Carnegie Club for my sister's birthday (big Sinatra fan) on a Saturday night and had a great time. There was a $30 cover charge for the shows (8pm and 10pm) and a 2 drink minimum with drinks ranging from $8 to $15+. The variety of the drinks was great as was their size. The apple martini and the mojitos were our favorites but they had an ample list of wines, scotch, etc. The service was great and we did not feel pressured to buy drinks beyond the minimum. We were also the last to leave and never felt we were being rushed out. The band and singing was great and the atmosphere was relaxed, entertaining and engaging. Would highly recommend it to all Sinatra and big band sound fans.

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★★★★★

We went to The Carnegie Club for my sister's birthday (big Sinatra fan) on a Saturday night and had a great time. There was a $30 cover charge for the shows (8pm and 10pm) and a 2 drink minimum with drinks ranging from $8 to $15+. The variety of the drinks was great as was their size. The apple martini and the mojitos were our favorites but they had an ample list of wines, scotch, etc. The service was great and we did not feel pressured to buy drinks beyond the minimum. We were also the last to leave and never felt we were being rushed out. The band and singing was great and the atmosphere was relaxed, entertaining and engaging. Would highly recommend it to all Sinatra and big band sound fans.

Pros: Entertainment, Atmosphere, Great drinks

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This place was incredible. We came in late on the Cary Hoffman show so we avoided the cover charge. I was astonished at the interior. It's a 1930's art deco very posh looking club. Dark paneling on the walls,fireplace in the back and club chairs all over to sit and relax and enjoy the show. I will definetly be back here soon.

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★★★★★

This place was incredible. We came in late on the Cary Hoffman show so we avoided the cover charge. I was astonished at the interior. It's a 1930's art deco very posh looking club. Dark paneling on the walls,fireplace in the back and club chairs all over to sit and relax and enjoy the show. I will definetly be back here soon.

Pros: atmosphere, orchestra

Cons: very expensive cigars

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The room is large and very comfortable! Plenty of seating on the soft couches and chairs, wonderful ambience and the scene excellent! It was an eclectic group from young, sexy people to older, more sophisticated types - the Friday night band was a awesome and we all had a tremendous time! Highly recommended!

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★★★★★

The room is large and very comfortable! Plenty of seating on the soft couches and chairs, wonderful ambience and the scene excellent! It was an eclectic group from young, sexy people to older, more sophisticated types - the Friday night band was a awesome and we all had a tremendous time! Highly recommended!

Pros: Moderately priced, Live Music, Roomy

 

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