No longer do you have to choose between dinner and a show.
At the Cosmopolitan’s new “grand social experiment” restaurant/bar/late-night theater Rose.Rabbit.Lie, dinner is the show. And a helluva lot for more.
Like, for instance, a 500-glass champagne tower. Or kilos of caviar served in hand-carved jewelry boxes. Or ice cubes chipped from 300-pound blocks.
Anything goes at this sprawling labyrinth of walnut woods, mysterious doors, and plush VIP nooks, where tableside “spiritsmiths” mix martinis in nitrogen-chilled glasses.
With three vaudevillian theatrical acts evolving throughout the course of the evening, everyone is part of the performance — including you. And your server.
Kinky contortionists and sexy improvisational performances will be soundtracked by sets of unpredictable live music ranging from jazz to rock to EDM.
And yes, there will be nudity. Not to mention communal punch bowls and cocktails in flasks.
Dinner just got weird. Real weird.