Originally the Bowery Savings Bank, the building was constructed in 1893 and is a national landmark. Now regarded as one of the most luxurious event spaces in all of Manhattan, Capitale is adorned with tall Corinthian columns, a soaring ceiling, and an art glass skylight.
Garish opulence haunts this Stanford White-designed Beaux Arts national landmark that once housed the former Bowery Savings Bank. Now it’s part of the David Marvisi nightlife empire.
Featuring a ballroom with 75-foot ceilings supported by marble Corinthian columns as well as a 4,000-square-foot restaurant and four private tasting rooms with Internet access, Capitale is outrageously over the top, with its billowing curtains and ferns-in-urns décor, particularly in these economic times.
Private functions only, though a high-end restaurant is open for business. A monstrosity of excess redolent of the go-go 1980’s and truly the height of metropolitan vulgarity.
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Taking place at the historic Capitale, for individuals who value luxury, sophistication and historical grandeur, Capitale offers the perfect setting for The MatzoBall. Originally the Bowery Savings Bank, this national historic landmark was designed by Stanford White and built in 1893. Capitale's interior features tall Corinthian [more]