This Upper East Side steak and sushi restaurant by Tao Group and renowned chef Laurent Tourondel is reminiscent of the grandeur of the old Penn Station. Arlington Club marries old world craftsmanship with modern day manufacturing processes, from the sweeping lines of the brick vaulting to the soaring steel arches over the mezzanine.
Steel, wood and brick are used throughout, not only in contrast to each other, but also to imbue the restaurant with a comfortable, worn-in and weathered look and feel. A custom designed Art Nouveau inspired oak bar welcomes diners and custom chandeliers and sconces made of plumbing pipes and cast resin add another layer of depth, detail and character bridging old and new in unique ways.
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