Where do the likes of Kim Kardashian, Tom Brady, and Liev Schreiber find oasis (and a good cocktail) away from the prying eyes of the public when they're looking to let loose in the city?
That would be Zero Bond, the newish NoHo social club that offers privacy and sleek sophistication in a 20,000-square-foot loft space. The brainchild of nightlife impresario Scott Sartiano, whose credits include celebrity faves like Butter, 1OAK, and Up & Down, Zero Bond aims to bring together an eclectic, successful crowd in an exclusive environment that feels like someone's fancy apartment. There's an Assouline library, a screening room, workspaces, and multiple lounge areas for members to indulge in a drink or a dinner party with dishes from Michelin-starred executive chef Richard Farnabe.
Surprisingly affordable given the type of A-listers it attracts, a one-year membership ranges from $2,500 to $4,000 based on age, with an initiation fee of $500 to $1,000. Of course, you'll have to make it past the rigorous screening process to get accepted, no matter how much you can pay.
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