With arched windows facing Howard Street, 11 Howard’s bar and lounge welcomes guests to work, mingle, and relax. From light and open to sensual and inviting, the bar’s ambiance transforms throughout the day. The blond is a stylish place to kick off a night in New York, as dark woods, subdued colors, low lighting, and gold accents lend a seductive edge to the space, and bronze animal masks glint in the shadows.

 
 
 
 
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Table Service

Reserve your area today for you and your party to enjoy a night out with great music by some of New York Cities best DJ's.  

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Private Events

Book your private event at Blond for your corporate outings, holiday party, engagement party, and much more. the chic downtown venue caters to your needs to create the perfect event space. 

 
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SOHO

LOCATED IN THE 11 HOWARD HOTEL

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SEXY

A ROOM YOU WILL REMEMBER

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FUN

YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE A GOOD TIME

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EXPERIENCE THE BLOND

 
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When 11 Howard—the Abby Rosen-owned, Space Copenhagen-designed boutique hotel—opened recently on what quite possibly may be the last block in Soho with any real soul (no high-end chain stores and steps away from Opening Ceremony, The Smile, and BBDW), we were pretty excited to have a new elegant downtown hotel option to recommend to out-of-towners. Truth be told, we were selfishly more excited about The Blond, the hotel’s bar that feels glamorous and a little grown-up, as all good hotel bars should. And the location could not be better: It’s right where Little Italy and Chinatown meet Soho, which means you’re within walking distance of about ten downtown neighborhoods, and chances are, your dinner reservation.
— –Rebecca Misner, CondeNast Traveler