Housed in the meatpacking district's Hotel Gansevoort, Toy serves modern Chinese fare like dim sum and shrimp "toast" cigars, which are complemented by a raw bar selection and sushi. The space, designed by Jeffrey Beers International, gives off a fantasy vibe with an abstract mirrored ceiling, a seasonally updated porcelain-like wall graphic, and theater lighting. While the restaurant is available for buyouts of as many as 250 people, gatherings can also take over the private dining room for 35. Photo: Courtesy of Toy
With the holiday season coming up, these new and recently renovated venues are suitable go to options for company festivities. The spaces, which include bars, lounges, nightclubs, restaurants, and private rooms in New York can accommodate groups small and large for corporate holiday parties of every type.