Cupid Is as Cupid Does
Valentine’s Day Requires These Tables
Today marks a month. Yeah, until Valentine’s Day—only the most spiritually meaningful holiday of the
year... Uh, right. Anyway, today, you reserve a table for this blessed celebration of all things red and
cherubic. So allow us to present the sexiest new tables in town. Go get ’em, tiger.
The Snug, the Shakespeare
You Require: Absolute privacy. You’ll Receive: A walled-off booth in a Midtown basement named for the greatest sonnet
writer who ever lived. There’s a small window you can slide open for direct access to your servers. If
this snug’s a-rockin’...
Sofa #3, PLAY
You Require: A touch of naughty humor. You’ll Receive:Loose Women & Pickpockets (that’s a drink) while you
charmingly feign subtly extending your arm around your date’s shoulder. This occurs in the comfort of a
leather sofa, surrounded by erotic art and books with crude illustrations drawn in them.
Table #509, Margaux
You Require: A charming spring evening. In a garden. In February. You’ll Receive: Exactly that. Sure, it’s indoors. But look, there’s a window and
vines and squid-ink bucatini with Dungeness crab. Classic spring garden in February.
The Sofas, Manhattan Cricket Club
You Require: A barely lit, smoking-jacket-friendly situation where the word “plush”
really means something. You’ll Receive: A gold-brocaded library with a black tufted-leather sofa perch therein.
There will be Boulevardiers, seafood towers and a large cricket paddle. Which, maybe they’ll sell you for
The Classroom, Stardust Lounge
You Require: A place where all your wildest (if a little on the nose) fantasies can come
true. You’ll Receive: A tiny, private classroom where the lesson of the day, and every day, is
one of cocktails and karaoke. Plaid skirts and kneesocks not included.