New York is poised to become the first city to launch a bar with a 100 grand entrance fee, with a venue opening for the first time this month.
Dubbed the Black Bar Stools, the space will feature black leather chairs, a full bar and a lounge area.
It will feature a capacity of 100 people, which is similar to the average venue at clubs like the Gramercy Tavern in Brooklyn.
The space will open on November 2 at 10 a.m.
It will offer up to 60 beers on tap, as well as two cocktails.
The venue will be open 24 hours, with the bar’s owner, James McAllister, explaining that he will be running the bar himself.
“This is a unique opportunity to showcase a brand new bar in a city where people have never been to before,” McAllisters told the New York Times.
“We are going to give New Yorkers a place to enjoy great cocktails, unique craft beer and some of the best outdoor seating you’ll find anywhere in the city.”
McAllister’s Black Bar, which opened earlier this year in Manhattan, has already earned praise from the New Yorker Magazine, the Times and other publications.
“The best bar in New York City,” wrote the magazine’s editor, Emily Cahn, in a review.
“Black Bar Stool is a truly unique venue,” said Times critic Paul Sullivan, who said the venue was “a great showcase for the bar.”
“The place is clean, the bartenders are nice and the service is top notch,” he added.
The bar is expected to open at 9 a.