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Monday - Friday

11:00am - 4:00pm

Business Hours:  Monday to Friday 3pm to 1am

Holiday Closings: Monday, January 16th

Kitchen: Closes at 11pm 

Saturday & Sunday: Private Parties & Events only

Cuisine: Tapas & Sushi

Reservations: Recommended

Wi-Fi: Complimentary

Dress Code: Business Casual, Smart

Payment: All major credit cards are welcome

Lea Wine Bar is the perfect destination for after work cocktails,  evening rendezvous or late night dinner. Born of a union between French nightlife magic and Italian fashion sensibility, Lea is an intimate, warm and sophisticated space reminiscent of an era that offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of Midtown Manhattan.

 

Dominating the entrance, the impressively lit floor to ceiling "Metropolis" bar, pays homage to New York's grandest structural legacy, the skyscraper, whilst the interior locale recalls an era when the exaltation of the senses was paramount:  golden gilt mirrors, candelabra sconces and exotic reproductions of Italian Neo-Romantic art accent the 22 foot ruby red walls whilst soft banquettes and ambient lounge music offer lush, sensual and intimate comfort. After 10pm, cool sounds cater to the late night denizens seeking a classier option to downtown’s mega-clubs and narrow standing-only bars.

 

Under the expert guidance of wine connoisseur Antonio Ricciardella and Iron Chef Julian Medina, Lea offers an impressive worldly selection of over 100 wines and an assortment of mouth watering global tapas alongside an extensive sushi menu. In addition, mixology-inspired top shelf cocktails and a wide selection of spirits make Lea a rounded, harmonious experience for adults of varying cultures, ages and tastes.

"A Marriage of Romantic Extravagance & Metropolitan Sophistication"

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From 7pm onwards, metered parking is allowed on 46th Street between Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue. Garage parking is available on 46th Street between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue and on 45th, 46th  and 47th Streets between Lexington and Third Avenue.

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