Large Groups & Private Dining
Philippe Chow Downtown. 355 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011
TERMS & MINIMUMS
All large groups (10 or more guests) and private dining reservations require a food and beverage minimum spend for the table/room (starting at $100 per person plus tax and service fees). To confirm your reservation a 100% refundable deposit payment is required (based on the total food and beverage minimum for your group).
FAMILY STYLE SERVICE & INDIVIDUALLY PLATED ENTREES
Options range from light fare all the way to Chef Chow himself carving his signature Peking Duck at your table. Whether you are looking to host an intimate gathering with just a few guests, or to celebrate your company’s most elaborate event, Philippe offers both outdoor and indoor private dining options for events ranging from 10 guests to 176 guests.
(NEW) OUTDOOR FINE DINING
The Pagoda House is a semi-private outdoor space that offers an authentic and formal Philippe Chow fine dining experience. It is professionally constructed, with a floor, 3 walls, and a roof. It is outfitted with plexiglass dividers, overhead heat lamps, interior lighting, fans, foliage, and ambient music. Guests are protected from most inclement weather conditions (Photos coming soon).
Lounge Dining Room
Entrance of Philippe
(Downtown) Emperor Private Dining Room (N/A)
The Emperor Private Dining Room can accommodate 50 for a standing reception 40 people for a seated dinner. The décor is luxurious and laden with glamorous fixtures like the crocodile embossed banquets and gilded chandeliers. In addition to Chef Chow’s refined cuisine, we can incorporate gastronomic entertainment such as a personalized dumpling cart or a noodle pulling demonstration presented by Chef Chow himself. The room also includes technical capabilities such as Apple TV and full control over sound and lighting.
(Downtown) Main Dining Room (N/A)
Philippe Downtown stays true to both the brand’s signature modern aesthetic and Chef Chow’s modern take on traditional Chinese cuisine. Accents of bold red, symbolizing good fortune and joy in Chinese culture, carry throughout the space. Open and flexible, the restaurant features adjustable spaces ideal for private dining options for gatherings of up to 225 people. Upon arrival, guests are lured down a mirrored staircase lit by delicate gold fixtures into the main dining room. Seating options vary from luxuriously upholstered banquettes to free standing tables situated under a gold leafed ceiling. Elegant art created by a mix of textured elements and light adorns the walls. The main bar, located in the back of the dining area, includes a DJ booth encompassed by a golden bamboo display case.