Tango at Vango

Vango Lounge & Sky Bar offers the City of Brotherly love a swanky Ladies’ Night. Every Tuesday, ladies get in free all night and are treated to $3 Martinis and $5 Absolut cocktails. As promising as that is, it’s Vango itself that’s the main attraction. Set on Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Row, there’s 8,000 square feet to enjoy. Founder and owner Dia Sawan already owned Byblos, the hip Mediterranean eatery located just below Vango. With Vango, he wanted to make his dreams of the perfect club come true. The walls are lined with crushed velvet, inlaid with tiny white lights. There are dramatic archways and alcoves with custom-made couches. On the upstairs deck, there are private rooms, a fireplace and king size beds. A “Wall Vase” reveals more than 200 rose blooms every night. Says Sawan, “We have to water them behind the wall.” The piece de resistance would have to be the grand chandelier. It’s a one-of-a-kind fiber-optic masterpiece designed in Germany and made in the United Kingdom. And then there’s ladies’
night. 
 

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