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There’s no closing time when it comes to room service at The St. Regis New York. You can order a snack or feast from the luxury hotel’s menu of sweet and savory dishes and full bar at any time, day or night.
For breakfast, why not try a special combination platter, such as the Manhattan, with freshly pressed juice, scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, breakfast potatoes, scallions and cream cheese, and fresh coffee or tea? However, if you don’t have much of an appetite until noon, you’ll find lighter bites like Bircher muesli with Granny Smith apples and red currants or homemade granola with dried fruits, almonds and toasted coconut. The all-day dining menu includes tasty appetizers like a great lobster bisque and a seared crab cake with potato gaufrette as well as lunchtime fare like a Caesar or Cobb salad. For dinner, we recommend a classic New York strip steak or filet mignon paired with a prestige wine and a delicious roasted apple cobbler or crème brûlée with textures of raspberry and olive oil.
Children even have their pick at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, with a section of the menu devoted just to them. They can choose among kid-friendly classics, including chicken fingers, hot dogs, mac and cheese and mini pizzas. If they eat their vegetables, they can sate their sweet tooth with a parlor-style banana split or giant ice cream sandwich, among other dessert favorites.
You’ll also be able to order a full afternoon tea with freshly baked scones and pastries to your room, and after hours you’ll find treats like a lobster club and the “After Midnight” omelet with smoked salmon, which is accompanied by the historic hotel’s famous signature Red Snapper Bloody Mary. There’s no going hungry — or thirsty — at any hour when you stay at The St. Regis New York.