The latest incarnation of the legendary Chelsea nightclub Limelight is a Chinese restaurant with ample private dining space. Jue Lan Club, named after an early 20th-century Chinese arts society, opened in December after taking over the former Todd English restaurant Château Cherbuliez. It has a larger footprint, however, since it uses more of the building. The venue consists of seven dining rooms, each decorated with a different concept. On the first floor is the front bar and lounge, which seats 50, and the main dining room, which seats 75 at circular booths upholstered in emerald-green velour and leather and at other custom-designed tables. The second floor features three spaces for private events: the 14-seat Forbidden Room; the 30-seat 1932 Room; and the Warhol Salon, which seats 33 or holds 50 for cocktails and includes a full-service bar. Two spaces are outdoors: the seasonal Imperial Garden, which seats 75 or holds 100 for receptions, and the backyard Graffiti Alley, a 25-seat V.I.P. space that is accessed through the kitchen. New York-based Dutch East Design created the interiors, which make nods to the building’s former life. The second-floor bathroom is covered in wallpaper made from an image of Andy Warhol’s medicine cabinet. The hallway leading to the Forbidden Room is papered in trading-card images of the club kids who once frequented the Limelight. Other touches, like the photography of modern-day China and red paper lanterns in the alley, remind visitors of the restaurant’s current life.