Shaken, not stirred: Midtown hotel to feature James Bond-themed rooftop bar

Bar will be atop of the Aliz Hotel at 310 West 40th Street

TRD New York /
Oct.October 25, 2018 09:45 AM

310 West 40th Street with the James Bond gun barrel sequence (Credit: Aliz Hotel and 007museum)

A rooftop bar coming to a new Midtown hotel should offer its patrons plenty of martinis—shaken, not stirred.

Interior of 310 West 40th Street

The bar from YJR Group at Abraham Noy’s 297-key Aliz Hotel on 310 West 40th Street will be 1960s-era James Bond themed, according to broker Yoni Hadar. It has signed a 10-year lease for 4,200 square feet and $27,500 per month at the location.

Hadar and his colleague Albert Manopla, both of Kassin Sabbagh Realty, brokered the deal. The bar is expected to open in early January to hotel guests and members of the public.

The hotel was designed by Fischer Makooi Architects and spans about 90,000 square feet.


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