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Two E Bar and Lounge
2 East 61st Street
The Pierre Hotel
New York, NY 10065
Upper East Side
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Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
$30 and under
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Two E Bar and Lounge Details
Hours of Operation:
Daily Beverage Service: 10:30am-1:00am;
Daily Afternoon Tea: 3:00pm - 5:00pm;
Daily Food Menu: 3:00pm - 12:00am;
Daily Bar: 12:00pm - 1:00am Daily
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Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Contemporary American, Afternoon Tea
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, High Tea, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Live @ Two E, every Tuesday a 2 piece jazz band, combines live music, great cocktails and a swank Upper East Side locale. Mad Men themed cocktails to help get you in the mood for the old New York style.
N,Q, & R trains to 5th Avenue/59th Street
A word from Two E Bar and Lounge
The New York Times acclaimed Two E Bar/Lounge at The Pierre hotel is a dynamic space that serves hotel guests and neighborhood patrons alike. The Alexandra Champalimaud designed space features a striking art deco copper bar as its centerpiece which artfully balances the old world detailing on the
classic columns and ceiling. The lounge, which offers beverage service and an elaborate afternoon tea in a residential-style sitting area by day, transforms into a stylish bar that serves up modern cocktails that compliment small plates in a relaxed intimate atmosphere by night. Tuesdays, a live jazz duo provide the perfect ambiance from 6:30pm-9:30pm. Make sure you sample the Two E’s proprietary Gin Gin, a delicious blend of Hendrick’s Gin, Canton Ginger Liquor, fresh cucumber puree and ginger ale.
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Wonderful ambience...laid back
classy place. Great for meeting friends for drinks. Try the amazing gin-gin infused with cucumber...or tell Paul your mood and he will invent drinks :-) *tip* Go on Tuesday night after work for the live jazz."
Dined on 7/22/2014
Store bought pastries , bad finger
sandwiches, scones hard as a rock, bad earl grey (not sure how it was possible). Trying to pass plain whipped cream for Devonshire cream is unforgivable. Lets not even mention the service. Also an afternoon tea is 50% sweet and 50% salty. The platter served to us was unbalanced 75% sweet... I am assuming it is because it is cheaper and provides greatest margins to serve a bunch of poor quality store bought pastries."
Dined on 6/21/2014
I used my livingsocial voucher
which said prix fix meal. There was no prix fix meal, just one item from the menu which was not enough food. The sliders were good. We ordered an assortment of appetizers and they were all ok, nothing great. They had samosas but not chutney. Kabab, but no sauce. Everything seemed incomplete."
Dined on 4/8/2014
The Two E Bar at the beautiful
Pierre Hotel is a lovely setting for afternoon tea. We had the Sweet Tea and there was a nice assortment of tasty pastries and miniature scones with cream and jam. There was a good selection of tea; however, it was not poured by the waiter as in the traditional tea service. In fact, we barely saw the waiter and were unable to order a glass of wine, and it took a very long time to get our bill. The atmosphere is just stunning."
Dined on 3/31/2014
You will leave hungry ... very
little food ... too expensive for what you get ..."
Dined on 3/22/2014
We enjoyed the royal tea and it
was a fantastic experience. It's a pricey tea, but the atmosphere is wonderful, service is excellent and the food is delicious. It was a wonderful way to celebrate my birthday."
Dined on 3/21/2014
This is really a hotel lounge, so
pretty tricky to find. They play nice jazz music and once a week a jazz band plays. Good service. Because it is a lounge, the amount of food is that much. I wasn't to big on the quesadillas. The small beefburgers were nice, three out of five stars. It's more for a snack. The lounge looks really nice."
Dined on 12/26/2013
Exactly what the city needs more
of, harkens back to the days of Olde New York when SERVICE was king -- a quiet grown up spot where you can carry a conversation easily; have a business meeting as well. Had mid afternoon full tea service with my hubby. The tea sandwiches and pastries are always fresh, never stale or hard. Seems like they recently changed teapots to bigger ones, which is nice because your server doesn't need to come around as often to refill your hot water. If you find yourself there in the evenings, there is also a really extensive spirits list and tasty bites. 6th (or 7th) time back here and it will not be the last. Consistently outstanding."
Dined on 11/13/2013
The service was attentive but not
overbearing, and the servers did an excellent job of making me feel like the most important person in the room. The house made pastries and scones were spectacular, the clotted cream and jams were rich, and the tea was lovely."
Dined on 8/23/2013
The quality of the sweet and
savory stuff was superb, very cute small bites, check out the blinis! the Pierre blend for tea is really special, worth to try. The room is not spectacular, but still very elegant. I did not give it five star overall for the price, 55$ is somewhat steep, but worth it for a celebration."
Dined on 8/21/2013
We went in for high tea with our 2
teenage daughters. Pricey but well worth the experience of enjoying tea and finger sandwiches in a truly elegant setting."
Dined on 7/5/2013
2nd time back for a great
traditional tea service - a lovely quiet afternoon meeting place. Finger sandwiches are delicious, sweets are plentiful and fresh. Had a 4pm reservation and lingered a while, had a scotch with my companions. The early evening became lively, full of business people and after work meetings. Highly recommend, service has always been wonderful."
Dined on 6/24/2013
The lounge is a quiet and refined
spot for conversation. There were several tables filled with business men having midday meetings when we arrived. We had full traditional tea service, sans champagne. The sheer amount of nibbles was very generous. Tea sandwiches were done imaginatively -- along side the traditional cucumber cream cheese were caviar blinis. The sweets and pastries were moist and perfect. The tea selection is wonderful. I highly recommend the Satisphur Assam, a full bodied golden tea with honey notes. No milk or sugar required. My companion had the lemon verbena, which was lovely. Our pots were refilled 3 times without asking and we did not feel rushed, AT ALL. Highly recommended."
Dined on 6/11/2013
I had afternoon tea or high tea as
some may call it, and it was fantastic. Ive been to a few places in Manhattan for afternoon tea, and this definitely has a lot of variety and food to offer for a great value. Would definitely recommend this restaurant."
Dined on 5/4/2013
Tea at the Pierre. What a great
experience. It was the perfect combination of food, service and ambiance that gave two old friends the opportunity to catch up and relax. Will definitely recommend this experience to anyone who enjoys afternoon tea."
Dined on 3/2/2013
This was my second time going for
the sweet tea service at the hotel's restaurant. The petits fours and tea are delicious and the service excellent. I just wish the ambiance were a little quieter and a little more indicative of a "high tea" setting - maybe a sign asking people to turn off their cell phones?"
Dined on 12/14/2012
Lovely ambiance! We came during a
shift change, so we had about 3 servers, so that much was odd. But superb tea service and great spot to linger for as long as possible!"
Dined on 11/3/2012
Cannot say enough about this bar
and the great service we received in this beautiful hidden spot. It is a great bar to lounge and relax. They have a Jazz night (Tuesdays) we were lucky enough to be there for. The cocktails had to be the best part of the bar. I wanted to drink them all! Paul the bartender is great! He created a cocktail just by asking what my preferences where. You need to go and ask for Paul!"
Dined on 11/5/2011
Very nice place to relax after a
busy NYC day. It was very slow the day we lunched, but great after the Times Square scene."
Dined on 6/29/2011
My husband and I went here on a
Sunday afternoon for lunch before hearing our son perform at a gathering nearby. It was quiet, which we actually appreciated, although we understood business would pick up at tea team and into the evening for cocktails. The ambiance was wonderful -- very elegant with top notch, attentive, silver tray service. The seating was comfortable. The food was creative and delicious. The prices were relatively reasonable for the area. We would recommend to others."
Dined on 5/1/2011
Nice, quiet place to take a date.
But closes early (1AM on a Friday night? Really?)"
Dined on 1/21/2011
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