We’d like to thank Lynsey Santimays for the article in Worth Magazine.
“In 2004, Tommy Tardie quit his job as creative director of ad agency Draft Worldwide to become an entrepreneur in a risky business- hospitality. But Tardie’s marketing savvy helped make a success of his first two New York ventures: Fuelray, a West Village lounge, and Ultra, a Flatiron nightclub. For his next creation, Tardie, no 43 envisioned a more mature place, emphasizing good food, live music and his piece de resistance: a bar featuring hundreds of whiskies, ranging from Buffalo Trace to The Balvenie Caribbean Cask to Glenmorangie Pride 1981. The result is the hugely appealing Flatiron Room, on West 26th Street.”
August-September 2013 Issue
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