Another day, another club was opened for New York City Mayor Eric Adams.
Party-loving pols say their favorite hangout is the celebrity-friendly members-only hotspot Zero Bond, while the swanky new Aman New York in the Crown Building I attended the opening.
"He arrived late and stayed late," said a source.
By the way, this is because theNew York Times ran an article on page one with the headline "Curious New Yorkers Concerned If Eric Adams Is The Man Right Now." It's the day I did it. (And even with their trademark flamboyance, he says he's "a remarkable presence on the city's nightlife scene.")
A rep for Adams said: , when asked for comment, "had nothing to add."
Page 6 previously reported thatfounding members donated $100,000 to join the exclusive "Aman Club." Offering upgrades, generous check-in and check-out times, on-demand spa treatments, and access to private club spaces, according to presentations and price lists viewed exclusively by Page Six.
This spot sells Penthouse for $74 million.
Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, the Kardashians, Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, George and Amal Clooney, Tom Hanks, and various members of the royal family have joined more than 30 royals in 20 countries. I am a fan of Aman who has facilities.
Adams dined with Naomi Campbell and multiple Grammy winner Jon Baptiste at Zero BondPartyed with rappers Montana in France Hecelebrated his new album, played with Jennifer Lopez at the Tribeca Festival, and opened Avra in Midtown. was.
Adams' nightly activism, which includes partying with Cara Delevingne, leaves some voters with a sarcasm, while others say he's making people laugh.
You can't let celebrities go out these days, they're all scared of Instagram so it's great to have a mayor!We don't need Leo [DiCaprio] anymore," said one nightlife member who wished to remain anonymous. One person previously told on page 6.
Adams' rep previously said that in addition to private clubs and flashy events, the mayor would "populate Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, And I'm also spending time in small neighborhood places that are currently making a comeback."