Hotel Restaurants Guide
I don't know about you, but before I became a food writer, I had formulated a stigma against the idea of NYC restaurants built into hotels. There was little grounds for this. I thought that they must be generic or stuffy. I'm a big girl, I can admit it, I was wrong. Well, wrong when it comes to these!
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If it's good enough to be featured regularly on Gossip Girl, it's so on point for me. Don't worry, I tested out this theory first hand (like I'd miss it for anything).
If you're looking for that upscale old Manhattan vibe, you have to experience this restaurant for yourself.
Hotel: Lotte New York Palace
Harold's Meat +Three
The industrial, I'm in your pantry vibe of this restaurant is what really resonates with me. It's playful while also being refined and the mix-and-match style of the menu allows for you to have the exact dining experience you crave.
If you're looking for a great hotel lobby to work from, you're going to love The Marlton. You can sit there all day, enjoy free wifi and order light bites to your self-claimed work area. The added bonus is that Margaux Restaurant is located in the back of the lobby and is the perfect spot for lunch dates.
Hotel: The Marlton
If you're looking for super clean tasting farm-to-table American fare in midtown west, look no further, this is your restaurant.
Hotel: Cachet Boutique
An unexpectedly awesome lunch or dinner with killer wood-fired pizza that will make any working lunch or fun dinner out an awesome pizza party!
Hotel: Park South Hotel
This is that perfect trendy poolside day escape from the hustle and bustle of the city hidden within it.
Hotel: Dream Downtown
Tacos and board games, who's not in? That, or in the warmer months, take it to the roof for killer city views and frozen cocktails.
Hotel: Pod 39
This space has that dark upscale sexy vibe that New Yorkers crave for that night out on the town.
Hotel: Walker Hotel
Where NY grit and graffiti meets playful fare from Chef Dale Talde, you can't help but to have a fun time here!
Hotel: Arlo Nomad
It doesn't get more farm-to-table driven than when it comes to a menu developed by Chef Chad Brauze. Every ingredient is celebrated in its own unique way.
Hotel: Park Hyatt
All the way up on the roof of this awesome hotel that is outfitted with a few great restaurants I would highly recommend is the Refinery Rooftop. If you're looking for a rooftop with a view, this is the one you need to check out!
Hotel: Refinery Hotel
Bedford & Co.
The open kitchen, wood-burning oven, and wooden nineties modern aesthetic, they've created an upscale experience that can't be missed.
Hotel: The Renwick Hotel