Take the high pulse of energy of NYC, the innovation of Beaux-Arts architecture, stir well and connect with 1 to 2 states. Stir in 2 peak times then garnish with elegance and class. Serve in a monumental location that draws tourists and commuters alike, and you’ll find yourself in The Campbell, formerly known as, The Campbell Apartment. This is one of those destinations that’s has been known for decades, but with an air of mystery because it's location in Grand Central Terminal is a bit inconspicuous.
It’s been closed for some time and earlier this spring, The Campbell unveiled itself after a bit of a restorative face lift. The Campbell Apartment, hands down, gives one of the most beautiful displays of Florentine flair you’ve ever seen on the East Coast. It also has some of the best made classic cocktails you’ll ever encounter. What I like most about The Campbell is that it’s more open and inviting for everyone to wind down in one of the most timeless places in New York City. Take a second to read The NY Times article where Scott Gerber shares why he dropped the dress code and updated the three new ways you can enjoy The Campbell, whether up, on the rocks, or neat.
Since I am and will be reverse commuting to Westport, CT This news made me so happy. Guess who is booking tons of meetings at The Campbell's? Especially during Holiday months. MOI!