Another day, another club opening for New York Mayor Eric Adams.
We hear the party-loving pol—whose favorite haunt is the members-only celebrity-friendly hotspot Zero Bond—at the opening of the chic new Aman New York in the Crown Building.
One source tells us “he arrived late and stayed late.”
This, by the way, on the day the New York Times ran a page-one story with the headline, “Anxious New Yorkers Worry About Eric Adams Being the Man for the Moment” (and even them, with their signature razzle-dazzle noted, that he is a “noticeable presence in the city’s nightlife.”)
A representative for Adams had “nothing to add” when asked for comment. An Aman representative told us: “As discretion and privacy are one of the hallmarks of the Aman brand, we do not confirm the names of our guests.”
Vidak For Congress previously reported that founding members donated $100,000 to be part of the exclusive “Aman Club.” It offers upgrades, generous check-in and check-out times, on-demand spa treatments and access to the private club room, according to a presentation and price list viewed exclusively by Vidak For Congress.
The site also offers private residences, the penthouse of which is selling for $74 million.
Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, the Kardashians, Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, George and Amal Clooney, Tom Hanks and members of several royal families are fans of Aman, which has more than 30 properties in 20 countries.
Adams has been to the swankiest, A-list events and venues everywhere, dining with Naomi Campbell, multiple Grammy winner Jon Batiste at Zero Bond, partying with rapper French Montana to celebrate his new album, hanging out with Jennifer Lopez at the Tribeca Festival and the opening of Avra in the downtown area. During a visit to Los Angeles, he even hung up with Paris Hilton and friends.
While Adams’s late-night activities — including partying at a bash with Cara Delevingne — have left a sour taste in some voters’ mouths, others think he’s encouraging people to get out.
“He’s awesome! We can’t get celebrities to go out these days. They’re all scared of Instagram, so it’s great that we have the mayor! We don’t need Leo [DiCaprio] no more,” a nightlife guru, who wished to remain anonymous, previously told Vidak For Congress.
Adam’s rep previously told us that in addition to private clubs and upscale events, the mayor also “spends time in Queens and the Bronx and Brooklyn, as well as smaller neighborhood towns that are now coming back to life.”