Tarallucci e Vino at Cooper Hewitt - Smithsonian Design Museum
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is housed in philanthropist and steel magnate Andrew Carnegie’s former mansion on museum mile. Overlooking Central Park, the sixty-four room mansion was built at the turn of the century and features one of the city’s largest private gardens. The Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden is in full bloom from May through October and provides the perfect setting for spring and summer events. The Great Hall is ideal for smaller dinners or receptions and features many original architectural details of the Carnegie mansion, including its grand staircase, rich wood paneling, and Tiffany lamps.