Providence Dine, lounge, dance.... Make a night of it! Enjoy complimentary admission at Triumph Room, one of New York City's premiere hotspots when you dine first at Providence. No attitude, velvet ropes, no wait. Triumph Room is located in the lower level of Providence, and is one of the few venues in the city where dinner and dancing are offered under one roof. Some come for our acclaimed Coastal Mediterranean cuisine. Others visit Providence take in the surroundings of the space that decades earlier was a landmark church, followed by a world-famous recording studio in which Hendrix, Sinatra, The Stones, Streisand and The Ramones created historic records. Still others frequent Providence to soak in the after work lounge vibe or to groove at one of the few remaining venues in the city where dinner and dancing are offered under one roof. Providence occupies the space of New York icon, Le Bar Bat, a legendary club in its own right and former recording studio for such music greats as Frank Sinatra, The Rolling Stones, John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Aerosmith and Billy Joel. After a massive renovation, Providence now combines the character of its predecessor with state of the art décor, lights and sound making it one of Manhattan’s hottest nightspots and the ideal venue to spend New Year’s Eve 2005. Big screen and plasma TVs will carry live coverage of the Times Square ball drop while Lou Smith (aka DLJ) pumps your favorite dance music on two dance floors. With several bars scattered throughout the 14,000 square foot club and one bartender for every 75 guests, access to drinks will be quick and easy. Soak up the suds with Chef Michael Kaphan’s impressvie New Year’s menu and grab a Krispy Kreme donut (or six) and a cup of hot chocolate on your way out.