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“It has a poetic presence, and we wanted to honor that,” Christine Gachot tells Vogue. “The palettes of Francis Bacon and Hans Halbein the Younger were on my mood board back then. So was Franco Albini’s Casa Brion, which we often obsess over. There are personal touches too: Johnny’s will be familiar to those who have spent time in my home,” she says. They tapped former Lobster Club chef Carlos Barrera to oversee their “seafood forward” food offerings, which will include towers of crab legs, shrimps, and oysters, smoked mackerel with scallion ginger puree, and hearty crab cakes. Ronson and Braun aren’t the only celebrity investors, by the way: Pete Davidson, Justin Theroux, and Jason Sudeikis are also involved. “It just feels like you don’t need to go anywhere,” Quirarte tells Vogue from Johnny’s, which is currently overflowing with partiers. “People may come in thinking they will stay for five minutes, but they’ll stay for hours.” How so? Quirarte presents this scenario: you walk into the bar thinking you’re going to get a drink. One drink becomes two. Then you’re feeling like some food, so you wander up a level to the restaurant, where scotch and seafood towers flow effortlessly together while yellow taxis zoom down Sixth Avenue. You sign the check, sure, but an espresso martini nightcap is tantalizingly within reach at Johnny’s on the fourth floor. So up you go. “If you make it here,” Quirarte says, gesticulating around the room, “I hope you don’t leave.”
Pebble Bar—housed in a four-story Rockefeller Center townhouse—has an elevator. But last night at its opening party, everyone took the back set of stairs. “I hear that this was the secret entrance for, like, famous celebrities,” said one well-heeled party goer, martini sloshing in hand. Indeed, there were a lot of those in the crowd: like Jimmy Fallon, Dominic Fike, and Mark Ronson (an investor in the bar). Another backer, Nicholas Braun, with his sky-high height, was impossible to miss. But the famous face who originally took those stairs? Johnny Carson, who discreetly patronized the place after his late night show back when it was a bar called Hurley’s. Hurley’s, which opened in 1892, used to be a watering hole for comics and creatives making it in the midtown media hub: Jack Kerouac drank there, as did Saturday Night Live technicians, who jokingly called the place “Studio 1-H.” David Letterman even worked in the building, regularly filming on the third floor. But time goes on and people do too: Hurley’s closed in 2000. 22 years later, a group of scene-makers think the centuries-old brownstone is ready for a comeback. Matt Kliegman, Carlos Quirarte, Noah Bernamoff, Julian Brizzi and Matthew Charles—the guys behind hotspots like Ray’s, The Jane Ballroom, and The Georgia Room—recently transformed the historic haunt into the refreshed Pebble Bar, a social space with a bar, restaurant, and an upstairs lounge called Johnny’s that sits on the top floor. (The name—you guessed it—is a nod to Carson.) They enlisted AD100 interior design firm Gachot Studios, who adorned it in a moody Art Deco meets retro 1960s aesthetic. Think: marble oyster bar, brass table lamps, floral House of Hackney pillows, Eames lounge chairs, velvet couches, vinyl tables, and vintage RCA speakers by Ojas.
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