The famous Palm Court, opened in 1907, is an internationally known icon of splendor and the premier New York City destination for afternoon tea. With its airy atmosphere, The Palm Court features fleur-de-peche marble columns and the re-creation of the 1,800 square foot stained glass lay light - the perfect background for the restaurant's acclaimed afternoon tea. Under the leadership of Culindary Director Geoffrey Zakarian, The Palm Court serves breakfast, Afternoon Tea, and for the first time in over 50 years, cocktails in the evenings.
The Todd English Food Hall is a European-inspired specialty food hall designed by famed architect Jeffrey Beers offering the finest fresh, prepared and gourmet foods set in a stylish and convenient atmosphere. The 5,400 square-foot, 80-seat space offers dine-in and take-away options from more than eight culinary stations.
Right outside the doors of The Todd English Food Hall is The Plaza Food Hall, a carefully-curated food retail concept experience featuring free-standing shops at someof the finest food purveyors in Manhattan.
The Champagne Bar is located within the lobby and overlooks the Pulitzer Fountain. By day, guests enjoy freshly baked pastries, light fare, and specialty coffees. By night, friends relax with fine champagne, caviar, and wine.
The Rose Club mixes the hotel’s classic grandeur with contemporary influences overlooking the Fifth Avenue lobby. Here, guests find a variety of signature cocktails and a light gourmet menu, as well as weekly live jazz.