A cozy and chic cocktail bar in a storied Rockefeller Center townhouse in NYC.
Find us on floors 2, 3, and 4 of a legendary townhouse at Rockefeller Center. Formerly a watering hole named Hurley’s (1892-2000), our space has a storied history. Hurley’s was long known for famed regulars like Johnny Carson, who had a personal back entrance, novelist Jack Kerouac, whose writing on Hurley’s inspired the Pebble Bar name, David Letterman, who regularly filmed on-air on the third floor, and decades of Saturday Night Live cast and staff, who dubbed the space “Studio 1-H.” Pebble Bar, launched in Hurley’s spirit, opened in February 2022 from partners, friends and longtime New Yorkers Matt Kliegman, Carlos Quirarte, Matthew Charles, Noah Bernamoff and Julian Brizzi — whose award-winning hospitality projects include The Smile, The Georgia Room, The Jane Ballroom, Grand Army, Celestine, Ray’s, Rucola and Black Seed Bagels — and John and Christine Gachot of AD100 design firm Gachot Studios, whose projects include Glossier’s Soho flagship boutique, Marc Jacobs’ West Village townhouse, and Detroit’s Shinola Hotel.
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