Noah Tepperberg

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Noah Tepperberg (born August 15, 1975) is a co-founder of several New York nightclub and restaurant brands including Marquee, Tao, Avenue and Lavo.[1]

Early career[edit]

In 1997, Noah Tepperberg and Jason Strauss founded Strategic Hospitality Group offering consumers a premium nightlife experience through their various events and venues. Former hot spots include: Southampton staples Conscious Point (1999), Jet East (2002), and Dune (2007) as well as Manhattan boites Luahn (2000) and Suite 16 (2001).

Career Highlights[edit]

In 1997, Noah Tepperberg and Jason Strauss founded Strategic Hospitality Group offering consumers a premium nightlife experience through their various events and venues. Former hot spots include: Southampton staples Conscious Point (1999), Jet East (2002), and Dune (2007) as well as Manhattan boites Luahn (2000) and Suite 16 (2001).

In 2003, Tepperberg and Strauss opened Marquee nightclub in New York City which quickly became one of the most famous and respected clubs in the world and landed the duo at the epicenter of the worldwide nightlife scene. Soon thereafter, the duo partnered with Tao founders Marc Packer and Rich Wolf to open TAO at The Venetian in Las Vegas. TAO features a nightclub as part of a 60,000-square-foot Asian city that contains a restaurant, lounge and a beach club. They followed the tremendous success of TAO Las Vegas by opening LAVO Restaurant & Nightclub at The Palazzo Hotel Casino Resort in Las Vegas and added partner Lou Abin to the Tao Group in 2008. In May of 2009 they introduced AVENUE, in New York’s trendy Chelsea neighborhood. In September 2010, they opened LAVO Restaurant & Nightclub in New York. Together with his Tao Group partners, Noah opened Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve 2011.

In June 2011 they launched Dream Downtown Hotel in New York City where the team operates all of the hotel’s food and beverage outlets including room service, Bodega Negra, Ph-D Rooftop Lounge, and Electric Room lounge. In March 2012, Tepperberg and his TAO Group partners made their first international foray with the debut of Marquee at The Star Casino & Hotel in Sydney Australia. In September 2013, the group once again raised the bar on nightlife with the introduction of TAO Downtown in New York City. Current hospitality projects include the food & beverage operations at both Dream Midtown in New York City and soon to open Dream Los Angeles hotels along with two venues with chef/partner Chris Santos: Vandal New York and Beauty & Essex at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

On February 1, 2017 Tepperberg along with his partners announced a first of its kind deal to sell a majority stake in Tao Group to The Madison Square Garden Company. Tepperberg and his partners retained a substantial stake in the Tao Group and continue to operate the company day to day. Together with MSG’s portfolio of acclaimed live entertainment experiences and complementary venues, TAO Group has also announced plans to move forward with the opening of more than 10 new venues, including new markets like Los Angeles, Chicago and Singapore.

Personal[edit]

After graduating from Stuyvesant High School, Tepperberg earned a BBA degree in business management from the University of Miami and currently resides in New York City.

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