THE DALLOWAY 527 BROOME STREET, NEW YORK, NY OPEN 2012-2013 (NOW CHALK POINT KITCHEN, PICTURED) “The fireplace and novel-stocked bookshelves in the Dalloway’s lounge give it the air of an old-world literary club, albeit one with on-trend dance music, smoky purple and pink lighting, and a glowing white sign behind the bar that reads ‘I’m dry.’ Co-owned by Kim Stolz of America’s Next Top Model and Amanda Leigh Dunn of the The Real L Word, weekly events here include Girls who Love Girls night every Thursday, and singles night on Tuesdays, at which bracelets are given out upon entry that identify one’s relationship status as single, taken, or DTF. The Dalloway resists being pigeon-holed into any one scene, and the vibe is relaxed: There’s dancing here, but there’s much more standing and chatting, or sipping pricey cocktails while lounging in leather chairs under a frosted glass roof. The bar’s name is a reference to the novel Mrs. Dalloway, and those drinks that aren’t Virginia Woolf themed have sly names like the Paper Dart or the Middlebrow, a strange and more sophisticated cousin of the pickleback.” (Erica Martin, New York Magazine, 2012) 

THE DALLOWAY 527 BROOME STREET, NEW YORK, NY OPEN 2012-2013 (NOW CHALK POINT KITCHEN, PICTURED) “The fireplace and novel-stocked bookshelves in the Dalloway’s lounge give it the air of an old-world literary club, albeit one with on-trend dance music, smoky purple and pink lighting, and a glowing white sign behind the bar that reads ‘I’m dry.’ Co-owned by Kim Stolz of America’s Next Top Model and Amanda Leigh Dunn of the The Real L Word, weekly events here include Girls who Love Girls night every Thursday, and singles night on Tuesdays, at which bracelets are given out upon entry that identify one’s relationship status as single, taken, or DTF. The Dalloway resists being pigeon-holed into any one scene, and the vibe is relaxed: There’s dancing here, but there’s much more standing and chatting, or sipping pricey cocktails while lounging in leather chairs under a frosted glass roof. The bar’s name is a reference to the novel Mrs. Dalloway, and those drinks that aren’t Virginia Woolf themed have sly names like the Paper Dart or the Middlebrow, a strange and more sophisticated cousin of the pickleback.” (Erica Martin, New York Magazine, 2012)