AN EXCLUSIVE VENUE
Ring in the New Year at the official opening of CSTM HAUS – New York City’s newest private venue. Built with soaring wood beams and classic loft columns, the intimate speakeasy is wrapped in 3 walls of windows overlooking Meatpacking’s iconic cobblestone corner for the ultimate New Year’s Eve people watching.
A LANDMARK BUILDING on A FAMOUS COBBLESTONE CORNER
This New Year’s Eve, you and your closest will be treated to an exclusive private event without the routine hassle of NYE nightclubs and bars. When you arrive onto our brilliantly lit street, security will escort you into a private elevator directly up into CSTM HAUS. Located in the Meatpacking’s landmarked “Little Flatiron Building”, CSTM HAUS shares this famed corner with SoHo House, Catch NYC, and the Gansevoort Hotel.
BOOZE and BITES
You’ll be treated to a 5-hour open bar of premium spirits, beer, and wine for the duration of the event, from 9pm-2am. In addition light nibbles will be available, though we do recommend enjoying supper before arriving.
A MIDNIGHT TOAST
To ring in the new year, we’ll fill your glass with some fine champagne as we count down to midnight together. VIP tables will each get an additional bottle of rose.
EARLY BIRD & GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS
A variety of tickets are offered, allowing you to ring in the new year however you’d like. Early Bird and General Admission tickets are standing room only, with some limited seats available to rest your feet.
2 types of Seated VIP Tickets are available.
- Seated VIP tickets can be purchased in multiples of 6 (contact us for special requests). Our 4 gorgeous long dining tables will be made available to Seated VIP ticket holders. Groups of 12-14 will get their own table and groups of 6 will share opposite ends of our long tables with another group.
- Lounge VIP tickets will be made available to one lucky group of 7, and`if you have more in your group, they can join your lounge area.
Built in the 19th century, our now landmarked “Little Flatiron” building’s heyday came in the Roaring 20s. Let’s celebrate that heritage with feather boas, flappers, newsboys, spats, and suspenders.
More info and tickets here.