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Spice things up at Duane Park, where dinner is served with a side of burlesque at its Bowery digs, which is designed to evoke an intimate dining room at a jazz-age New Orleans mansion. In addition to the glittering chandeliers, expect to find aerial performers suspended above your table. Onstage, plumes and pasties steal the show in acts that range from burlesque operettas to striptease murder mysteries.







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Suitcase: The OG of evening shows offers a three-course meal, live jazz and burlesque performances to a limited audience in a small space on Bowery — made to replicate a glamorous prohibition-era haunt.... read more






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Zagat: Duane Park Sommelier Pairs Wine Advice with Serenades... read more






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"Alan Cumming Burlesque Bash..." read more






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Zagat 2013, "Wonderfully Eccentric"






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Poetry or Striptease? What Night Is It?

Sunday and Monday nights, the restaurant’s stage belongs to
poets. Wednesday through Saturday, it is for dancers in
pasties and G-strings. Is New York a city of polymorphous
perversity or what? I mean, poetry?... read more










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Duane Park is the city’s spot for hot live jazz and even hotter
live burlesque. Duane Park has opened in a beautiful, new
location downtown at 308 Bowery. The club is open from
Tuesday through Saturday. The food... read more










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Duane Park, Now Open in the Bowery Poetry Club Space

The owners of Tribeca's Duane Parently packed up and moved
the restaurant to the Bowery Poetry Club space. The new
iteration of Duane Park opened earlier this week with a menu
that includes things like roasted organic chicken, rack of lamb,
pork tenderloin, and seared scallops... read more










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Duane Park's Palatial New Home

You've had a red-letter week already.
First, a draconian anti-soda regime was brutally rebuffed by
the sweet libretto of lady justice.
And now, you've got a hauntingly beautiful place to watch
burlesque and eat rack of lamb tonight.
Regarding the latter... read more










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Voted Best of NY 2012: "Classiest Burlesque Joint"

My first thought when Marisa Ferrarin, a partner at Duane
Park (212-732-5555), set a Berry Bauchant ($12) cocktail before
me was of burgundy charmeuse, a lustrous fabric that might
have inspired poet Robert Herrick’s rhapsody upon “that
liquefaction” of his lover Julia’s clothes. Ferrarin serves
cocktails... read more










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The Burlesque Festival Is Back But Oh Man, Wait Till You
See Boylesque!

'I'm actually fairly shy," said Eric Gorsuch last Friday
night, just hours before he strutted onto a small stage
on the Bowery, flicked off some six-inch heels, and
stripped down to a thong that resembled a sparkling
sea anemone. "I'm not the best conversation starter,"
he said. "I'm very self-conscious.' This is a... read more











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Very good food, attentive service, civilized decor.
Those are among my notes after dining at the new
occupant of 157 Duane Street in restaurant-rich TriBeCa.
It's now called Duane Park, dropping “Café” from the
name long associated with the space under owner/chef
Seiji Maeda. Now running the show are former Brit pop
tour manager Marisa Ferrarin; Frank Locker, ex-
Pittsburgh Steelers safety; and executive chef Shawn
Knight... read more











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In Hollywood, the most unstoppable teams are
comprised of disparate but somehow complementary
elements, a la Sneakers: a master hacker, a silver-
tongued face man, and an expert in Sidney Poitier
(played by Sidney Poitier). Coming off the big screen into
your big mouth, Duane Park, opening tomorrow... read more









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Duane Park Café successor gets all Tara on Tribeca.
Cracker-white columns and tablecloths, crystal chandelier
salvaged from a Louisiana plantation. Screams Big Easy
elegance in a soft drawl. Chef Shawn Knight takes
seasonal cues for southern-accented grub: BBQ quail
with black-eyed peas, trout wrapped in bacon, shrimp
po boys for Citibanker lunches. Do your part for the
Crescent City, suck down a few Absolut New Orleans
black pepper martinis.












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See our review at Tasting Table.






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You'll feel like the Southern belle of the ball
inside this Tara-like room, where you half-expect
Scarlett O' Hara to swoop in. But not only the
chandeliers and white columns set the plantation
tone. Shawn Knight (ex-Natchez) adds Dixie touches
to a modern American menu with... read more









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