After closing in 2015, Bond 45 New York Italian Kitchen & Bar—a popular hangout for members of the theatre industry—has re-opened its doors. The 46th Street address is a two-story, 7,800-square-foot space.
The new Bond 45 was designed by two-time Tony-nominated scenic designer David Korins (Hamilton, War Paint) in collaboration with Shelly Fireman, CEO of the Fireman Hospitality Group, with lighting design by two-time Tony-winning lighting designer Donald Holder (South Pacific, The Lion King).
The new location also features Bond Bar Below on the second floor, which seats 160 in three distinct areas. The bar includes two fireplace alcoves with built-in couch seating, a sunken-patio at its center, and The Villa private party space.
Flip through photos of the cocktail celebration below:
Clive Owen, Julie Taymor, Max von Essen, and More Come Out For Bond 45 Cocktail Celebration
The previous 45th Street location, which opened in 2005, was a mainstay hangout for actors, producers, creators, and theatremakers.