Your First Look at the Nightspots Opening at CitizenM’s Bowery Hotel

Posted on: March 8th, 2018 at 5:00 am by

While CitizenM continues its never-ending march toward completion – the Bowery development has been under construction since late 2014 – hotel ownership is now trying to score the coveted liquor license for its food-and-beverage program.

CitizenM hopes to impart two specific ventures within the 19-story, 300-room Bowery beast. Both at the bottom and top of the hotel.

CitizenM rooftop

According to extensive application materials filed with Community Board 3, this dual-pronged approach includes the 215-capacity CanteenM restaurant situated on the ground floor just off the lobby, and the 180-person CloudM, an indoor-outdoor lounge and rooftop combo. The intention is apparently to mirror operations of the Times Square CitizenM experience, right here on the Bowery. Closing time of 4am is sought across the board, except for the exterior of CloudM, which is 2am.

As if the traffic nightmare isn’t out of control now, just wait until this baby debuts later this year…

Below are the tentative breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus for the CitizenM establishments.

CitizenM Bowery Hotel Menu by BoweryBoogie on Scribd

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