Member Since 2012
Amy Sacco, New York’s most celebrated nightlife and restaurant maven, began her ascent in the hospitality world with Lot 61 in 1998, which opened in an abandoned truck garage in West Chelsea.
Bungalow 8, her second collaboration with the Lot 61 team, opened in 2001, and became an acclaimed and iconic nightclub. Following the success of the club, Sacco extended the Bungalow 8 brand to London at the St. Martins Lane hotel in 2007, and to Amsterdam in 2009. Sacco’s additional projects include Bette Restaurant, which opened in 2005. She is currently a partner with LDV Hospitality in several ventures, including New York City’s No. 8 and Miami's Rec Room.
Her philanthropic ventures include being the special ambassador to the United Nations for the NGO International Renewable Energy Organization. She is also on the board of directors for the Art Production Fund and Free Arts NYC.
Name: Amy Sacco
Expertise: Hospitality & Lifestyle Entrepreneur
Interests: Hockey, FreeArts.Org, Artproductionfund.org, IREO.org, Cooking, Entertaining and Reading
Favorite meal: Pizza from Patsy’s!
Recent purchase: Breville Juicer, Life-Changer!
Hidden talent: Expert Laundress
Book/film recommendation: Favorite Movies: Argo, Zero Dark Thirty and Django Favorite Book: Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks and The Fifth Assassin by Brad Meltzer
Restaurant recommendation (can be anywhere in the world): La Promenade Des Anglais on 23rd street, NYC
If I had $20, I’d… get a 10 minute massage at my nail parlor
Transformative travel experience: IRIS at Heathrow……..always skip the passport line!
Favorite neighborhood (can be anywhere in the world): West Village NYC
Dream holiday: Myself, 20 Books and a Private Island spa for month!
If I could solve one problem, it would be: Eliminate Sex Trafficking Worldwide
I wish people cared more about: Their neighbors; we can start with the ones next door……..but we are all Global neighbors now
Recent aha! moment: That you can use white vinegar and baking soda to clean drain clogs without using chemicals! Thanks Duff!
The world would be a better place if: People worked harder to drop the jealousy and hate and learned to love and forgive more.