Gael Greene of New York Magazine asks "Where are the chefs hanging out now? Alain Ducasse himself tipped me off to what fun it is having a late supper in the wine cellar of il Buco. He got it from Le Bernadin's Eric Ripert. And I spy Gotham's Alfred Portale the very evening we are rediscovering this funky dining room with its whimsical chandeliers".
Legend has it that Edgar Allan Poe, once a regular visitor to 47 Bond St, was inspired by our Wine Cellar for his classic short story "The Cask of Amontillado". Almost 200 years old, with sconce-lit brick walls, floor-to-ceiling wines and recessed alcoves, dinner in the Wine Cellar is an enchanting experience, far from the everyday hustle of New York City.
The Cellar is an ideal setting for corporate dinners, birthdays, anniversaries or publishing events. It can be reserved exclusively for a standing reception and/or a seated prix fixe dinner for approximately 26 guests.