The legendary hotspot Diamond Horseshoe reopened at the Paramount Hotel! This New York theatrical dinner Queen of the Night is there newest attraction, shaking the city!
From 1938 through 1951, if you passed through Times Square, you would most probably stop by the Diamond Horseshoe – a dinner theater and club in the basement of the Paramount Hotel.
After 62 years of being closed down it experiencing a millionaire restoration that costed $20million. Finally, the place reopened the New Years Eve of 2014 with a breathtaking and surprising night for guests.
We know…it’s in Times Square! But, this is maybe one of the very few posts you’ll ever see with recommendations of things to do there. This is surely a worthy exception!
The talented Fashion Editor we adore, Giovanna Battaglia, is the Creative Director of this theatrical dinner named today as the “Queen of the Night”.
Is was reborn as a mixture of theater, music, circus, culinary experience, design and nightlife. It offers guests an interactive entertainment experience with a complete sit-down dinner.
Cocktail or gala attire is required! So, as they say: “Dress for the Queen”!
What are the comments about it? See what the best experts are saying:
- “Delicious, decadent and provocatively intimate.” ~ The Hollywood Reporter
- “Variety show for the senses.” ~ The Daily Beast
- “A mixture of decadence and glamorous decay” ~ Vanity Fair
- “Redefines NYC dinner theater.” ~ ZAGAT
- “Take your idea of dinner theater and trash it.” ~ Yahoo!
Take a look at this quick video with Giovanna Battaglia to get a feel of what it’s all about:
This New York theatrical dinner Queen of the Night is definitely “the” place to go!
If you enjoy these type of theatrical performances, you might also enjoy the House of Yes, in Bushwick, Brooklyn. They have similar performances, with a mixture of burlesque.
Also, before the show, you might want to start the night with a drink at The Press Lounge rooftop, just a few blocks away!
Have fun with the best that the city has to offer!
Location: 235 West 46th Street
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Queen of the Night and Nowness (video)