New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/03/2015 -- For those that Cupid's arrow has missed, Valentine's Day just got a little more fun. This Valentine's Day, singles of NYC can celebrate being dateless by treating themselves to great food and drinks at Public House NYC. The bar restaurant is hosting their Valentine's Day Bash, titled "Stupid Cupid" on February 14th. The event features a three-hour premium open bar for just $45. The first 100 ladies to arrive at the event will receive a complimentary goodie bag.
Attendees will also be able to meet Cupid himself, who is making a special guest appearance. Customers will be able to spend the evening in a sophisticated, traditional American-themed atmosphere complete with a bar, restaurant and lounge. To make reservations, customers can contact the restaurant by calling Nicole or Lynette at (212) 682-3710 or by emailing email@example.com.
The establishment operates with the belief that guests should feel like they are at home as they dine and lounge. Located around the corner from Grand Central Station, the restaurant remains a popular happy hour go-to for NYC residents and out-of-town visitors.
Public House NYC also has a versatile environment that switches up from a TV-bearing sports bar to a nightlife scene with live entertainment. Their menu dons an American theme, with the filet mignon, jumbo lump crab cakes, and the public house burger. As a popular New York City venue, Public House NYC has been the host of charity events, cocktail parties, and sit down dinners for a variety of organizations.
For more information on the Valentine's Day Bash event, please visit their website.
About Public House NYC
Public House's mission is to provide a consistent and quality product, while at the same time, a sophisticated and fun atmosphere to our guests. It is a neighborhood restaurant and bar with a nightlife scene. The staff at Public House believes that their guests should feel at home as soon as they enter the establishment. Public House strives to provide an experience second to none in the hopes that they will find their way back home again.
For more information on the popular NYC restaurant, visit http://www.publichousenyc.com.