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One of the best things about staying at The St. Regis New York: You don’t have to leave the luxury hotel to find excellent food and ambience. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star New York hotel has one restaurant and a bar, which serve dishes and drinks to satisfy every palate.
Astor Court, an open-space bistro with high ceilings and elegant, but welcoming furnishings, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as afternoon tea and Sunday brunch. For breakfast, we recommend the freshly made Granny Smith apple and mint juice and the signature St. Regis omelet with oven-dried tomatoes, artisanal ricotta cheese and basil.
If you’re stopping by for tea, then we recommend the $48 tea service that comes with freshly baked scones, petits fours and a variety of tea sandwiches such as smoked salmon on pumpernickel bread and smoked duck with orange, radish and cilantro. The tea selection will impress even the finest tea connoisseur — you can choose from classic black, orange pekoe, Earl Grey and Darjeeling or more floral notes. We like the lavender-scented melange de Madeline, with a spicy finish, or the Mad Hatter’s tea party made with passion fruit, pomegranate and vanilla.
The New York hotel’s King Cole Bar — famous for its variety of Bloody Marys called Red Snappers — serves small plates such as sliders and fries, tuna tartare and crab cakes. And for when you crave a late-night snack or want to enjoy breakfast in bed, in-room dining is available, 24 hours a day.