One of New York City's most popular neighborhoods, while the Flatiron District once had a bustling-by-day and quiet at night aura, its nightlife scene is now attracting visitors and New Yorkers thanks to a host of new bars and eateries. Among the best, The Cellar, which doubles as a working cheese cellar, Lillie's Victorian Establishment, considered as one of the last great Victorian 'gin palaces', and the neighborhood's best-kept secret, Doux Supperclub.

Located at 59 West 21st Street, this hidden gem is home to two separate spaces - a 2000-square foot lounge, which hosts a range of themed evenings, as well as jazz performances and burlesque dancing - and a Parisian-style café that offers pastries and coffee at the front.

Indulge on cocktails served with chocolate, or opt for something on the daily menu, including the popular Charcuterie Board which comes with Coppa, Rosetta de Lyon, Felino, Truffle Pate, Gherkins and Maple Mustard Seed. You can also treat yourself to the Sunday Brunch Special, a four-course menu at the reasonable price of $55 per person. To find out more, or to book your spot, head to the Doux Supperclub website