The Hedonist Magazine interviews Flatiron Room owner Tommy Tardie about his new venue, Fine & Rare.
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We’d like to thank the venerable Village Voice for showing us some love in their 2014 best of list. They even took the time to mention our whiskey classes run by “the world’s foremost lady whiskey sommelier” Heather Greene.
With recent news of Suntory buying Jim Bean, Bloomberg interviews our whiskey sommelier to find out more about the unique characteristics of Japanese Whiskey and her recent trip to visit a distillery in Japan.
Snow Patrol’s Johnny McDaid and Gary Lightbody took to the stage to celebrate at the after party for Courteney Cox’s new film “Just Before I Go”.
Heather Greene, our whiskey sommelier, sits down with Bloomberg to discuss the differences between American Whiskey and Japanese Whiskey.
Owner Tommy Tardie sits down with King’s County Distillery’s Colin Spoelman to discuss the growing business of Whiskey
Tommy Tardie, owner of the timeless whiskey parlor The Flatiron Room, lists the essentials of a whiskey tasting. He dishes out advice on the tools, the line up, and mistakes to avoid in this interview.
Lynsey Santimays delves into Tommy Tardie’s history as an entrepreneur in the New York City’s risky business of hospitality.
Haute Living named the Flatiron Rooms Mac and Cheese one of their Top 5 Gourmet Mac & Cheese recipes. After visiting the “whiskey-slinging jazzy newcomer to the 26th street strip”, they wrote about the dish and called it “positively scrumptious.”
The Flatiron Room is not your average bar. This hotspot adds in live music, tasting classes, and event lockers to store your bottle for future use. Welcome to the World of whiskies. A bar that offers an excellent menu and atmosphere in the Flatiron District on West 26th Street.
Heather discusses her “trial by fire” at the Scotch Malt Whiskey Society in Edinburgh, some common myths surrounding whiskey drinking and more. Watch the full interview.
Our very own master chef Susan Burdian on FOX 5’s Good Day Cafe showing them how to make Flatiron Room’s famous Mac & Cheese. Recipe included!
You now can own property in Manhattan at the Flatiron Room. If you decide on a bottle from their variety of 500 whiskies, you can own a locker to store it for your next visit. Enjoy live music, tastings and instruction from connoisseurs on the whiskey heavy list.
Owner Tommy Tardie explains the need for a fine spirits parlor. “Whiskey drinkers are promiscuous. They love trying new things.” The Flatiron room offers them a stunning collection of the finest whiskeys in one place.
NoMad (“NOrth of MADison Square Park”) is a neighborhood centered around the Madison Square Park district here in NYC. Website ExperienceNoMad sites down with owner Tommy Tardie to discuss The Flatiron Room. Watch the video.
The 23 year old Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Whiskey is currently the countries most sought after bourbon. You can find it at NYC’s Flatiron Room in Manhattan and if you’re lucky you can try some at the tasting.
If you don’t know her, you should. Heather Greene is the Flatiron Rooms first female whiskey sommelier and director of their Whiskey Education program. The first woman to be invited to the prestigious Scotch Malt Whisky Society international tasting panel, she is well versed and trained to educate on the Flatiron Rooms 500 + whiskey selection.
Heather Greene is interviewed by Bon Appetit on her place in the word of whiskey. She dives in to what it means to be a whiskey expert and the first female whiskey sommelier at the recently opened Flatiron Room.
Heather Greene is a whiskey sommelier at the Flatiron Room, where she leads classes and educates customers on the 500 bottles offered. She is one of a few female whiskey experts, a knowledge base and skill set that is in increasing in demand.
Enjoy the seasonality of drinks this fall that are appearing on menus in the city. There are brown spirits available this autumn at NYC’s new Whiskey Temple, the Flatiron Room, which offers a variety of over 500 different bottles.
The owners of this bar have found a way to keep NY’ers real loyal to it: by giving them something to own. At The Flatiron Room, you can polish off half a bottle of your favorite bourbon or rye, and the bartenders will brand it with your name and store it for you until your next visit.
The Flatiron Room is a new cocktail lounge and music venue that features over 500 varieties of whiskey and carefully crafted classic cocktails. The performance stage and light menu creates the ideal spot for live music and events.
Ralph Waldo Emerson famously said “As a cure for worrying, work is better than whiskey.” So, everyone who disagrees with that silly transcendentalist should leave work and start hanging out at The Flatiron Room, a 500-bottle-strong great hall of distilled mash.
The Flatiron Room is scheduled to open September 20th, and offers an immense variety of bourbons, scotches and more. Fully equipped with a tasting room, and carefully trained staff, and performance stage, the Flatiron Room will be a hub for whiskey enthusiasts of all knowledge levels. Carefully crafted cocktails will be available in addition to over 500 varieties of whiskey.
Step into this dixie manor watering hole and find over 500 varieties of whiskey and a velvet curtain stage. The Flatiron Room offers live music, a private tasting room, and expert tutorials from pros like Diageo’s Master of Whisky LJ Heffernan.
“Time stops when you pass through the doors of the Flatiron Room. Fifties-era Italian floral wallpaper, rolling library ladders, and a chandelier that once hung in the Smithsonian set the anachronistic mood; live jazz, performed on a velvet-curtained stage, seals ye olde deal.”
The luxury magazine of the Hamptons, Social Life, interviews founder of the Flatiron Room, Tommy Tardie. Tommy touches on his inspiration, the atmosphere, and 700 whiskies that are offered by this upscale venue.