July 9, 2018
Carved out in the basement of the newly renovated James Hotel-NoMad at 22 East 29th Street, The Seville is the latest offering from world-renowned LDV Hospitality. The club tips its cap to the NYC social scene of yesteryear, even deriving “Seville” from the original name of the hotel when the building opened its doors in 1904. Take the stairs below the James’ signature Italian dining establishment, Scarpetta, to discover an oversized-yet-cozy subterranean living room atmosphere, with plush sofas, armchairs and plenty of nooks for relaxed conversation and cocktails. Speaking of which, if you really want to immerse yourself in the moment, be sure to try a signature plank-smoked Old Fashioned or a Toki Highball, crafted by The Seville’s gifted bartenders and served tableside. (Check out the full menu here.)
If NYC nightlife is more your thing, just hang out awhile. The Seville also hosts a regular late-night rotation of live music and a stellar all-female DJ lineup (known collectively as “The Ladies of The Seville”). Depending on the evening, you may be bouncing to a ‘90s hip-hop set or jamming to classic rock from the ‘60s—both of which, by the way, have deep roots right here in New York City.
For being such a young establishment in an historic neighborhood, The Seville has already established itself as a go-to hotspot in NoMad, snagging rave reviews from critics and Yelpers alike and even attracting notables like Justin Timberlake. Whether you need to unwind after a long day at the office or blow off some steam on the dance floor, The Seville is just more evidence that you’re in one of the liveliest neighborhoods of one of the world’s most energetic cities.
Just one more bit of advice—make a reservation first. This place fills up fast.
The Seville at The James Hotel – Nomad
88 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10016 (corner of 29th Street at The James New York – NoMad)
Daily: 4 PM – 2 AM