The dining scene in Midtown Manhattan changed three years ago with the opening of the renowned steakhouse STK Midtown. Celebrating the milestone event, the restaurant hosted a Menage a Trois themed anniversary party that shut down the doors for the RSVP only party.
As guests walked through the doors, they were welcomed by a woman wearing a dress made of champagne glasses and heard the sounds of the DJ echo throughout the space. During the night guest were treated to performances by Sarina the “Violin Diva,” who left the crowd speechless with her impressive EDM performance. Kareem Walkes kept the energy flowing at STK with her upbeat saxophone performance with the DJ.
Music was not the only highlight of the evening, because the endless drinks and passed appetizers fueled the party goers. The two signature drinks of the night were the Southern Peach and The Sour Bulleit. Mixed with Kettle One Vodka, Peach Snapps, lemon and iced tea, the Southern Peach was a delicious drink to not only get the night started, but to bring a spring feeling to the partiers.
Keeping up with the party’s theme, STK had burlesque dancers throughout the restaurant that danced all night long and posed with attendees. Many of the guests didn’t even realize that they were partying with some special party goers. Chris Noth, or known to most everyone as Mr. Big, attended the party while filming his new movie Chronically Metropolitan and was huge fan Sarina’s performance. Hockey lovers would have been celebrating with the New Jersey Devils, including star player Scotty Gomez, who enjoyed some Grey Goose cocktails, Porterhouse Steaks and Lobster Mac & Cheese. Reality star Jonathan Cheban stopped by for late night meal with friends and indulge in a shellfish platter and some exclusive offerings from STK.
Even though the party has passed, every visit to STK is a celebration. From the exquisite food to the creative cocktails and to the décor of STK Midtown people will be in for a surprise once they step through their doors.
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