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Here’s a peek inside the Playboy Club that officially opens today

Playboy Club New York
Photograph: Courtesy @stevengomillion

It's finally hare, and we're all ears. 

The Playboy Club New York has officially hopped into Hell's Kitchen (or "steps north of Hudson Yards" as they refer to the 'hood). The new locations will have several floors of four different elements: the Playboy Bar, the Playboy Club, the Playboy Black Box and the Rabbit Hole.

When you walk through the main entrance, you'll pass the "Playboy Gallery" of walls lined with "never-before-seen" images. That filters into the plush Playboy Bar complete with an oval bar surrounded by old-school artwork, gold-accented, black-paneled walls and red-velvet sofas. The cocktail list includes updates on classics from head mixologist and Master Sommelier Fred Dex.

The next space is the Playboy Lounge, inspired by the infamous West Coast Playboy Mansion. The "Lounge" is actually filled with four lounges (Mansion Lounge, Grotto Lounge, Bunny Lounge and Royal Salute Lounge), all decorated with Baroque ceilings, oversized leather couches and a 600-gallon aquarium anchored by hand-sculpted, bunny-head reef.

The two most exclusive spaces are the Playboy Black Box and the Rabbit Hole. The Black Box is an events space, preceded by a marble runway leading into a club space rigged with high-tech lighting and sound systems ideal for your next wedding or Bar Mitzvah (JK).

Last but not least, the Rabbit Hole is a VIP members-only speakeasy lounge. Unless you're super duper special, you'll probably never notice the leather-tufted door that slides open to pearl-covered glass walls and the three subterranean floors filled with secluded tables. The official address of Playboy Club New York is 512 W 42nd St. Check out photos of the whole space below:

Photograph: Courtesy @stevengomillion

Photograph: Courtesy @stevengomillion

Photograph: Courtesy @stevengomillion

Photograph: Courtesy @stevengomillion

Photograph: Courtesy @stevengomillion

Photograph: Courtesy @stevengomillion

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