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The Astor Court serves brunch on Sunday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. One of the most celebrated items on the brunch menu is the Red Snapper, more commonly known as the Bloody Mary. The Bloody Mary was perfected at The St. Regis New York in 1934 by Fernand Petiot, and to this day, the famous brunch cocktail is a favorite among guests.
Sundays are special at The Astor Court, because that’s when the elegant restaurant in The St. Regis New York serves brunch. Sunday brunch at The Astor Court is an occasion for both hotel guests and New York City locals, too. Sunday brunch is served from noon to 3 p.m., which means you’ll have plenty of time to sleep in. It’s the perfect spot to indulge in a Bloody Mary — referred to as the Red Snapper here. Bartender Fernand Petiot perfected the drink at The St. Regis New York’s King Cole Bar in the 1930s. You’ll find a range of the classics on the brunch menu at The Astor Court. Think Belgian waffles, scrambled eggs tartine, eggs Benedict — whatever dish you decide on, we’re certain you’ll enjoy.