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Thank you for choosing The Whitby Bar & Restaurant, We look forward to welcoming you.Live Jazz at the Whitby Bar is returning every Friday night from 6pm to 9pm. Enjoy classic Negroni cocktails as you listen to live jazz music from The Sam Taylor Trio.For our Afternoon Tea service, please call & reserve 24 hours in advance. To confirm your afternoon tea reservation, we require a credit card for our cancellation policy. Should you cancelled within 12 hours before the booking, a $25/pp cancellation fee will incur. The Whitby Bar and Restaurant, inside the Whitby Hotel located in the heart of upper Midtown, offers modern American food in a uniquely eclectic setting. Open daily for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.
Booked 10 times today
Lady Mendl's is an unconventionally chic tea salon housed within a Georgian brownstone in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan. An opulent five-course tea is served in an eclectic and whimsical parlor by a doting staff. Patrons sip tea from hand culled vintage Wedgwood teacups as they nibble dainty finger sandwiches and house baked scones. Starting March 1st $78 prix fixe tea served Thursday through Sunday. ***WE DO NOT OFFER VEGAN OR GLUTEN FREE OPTIONS. CHILDREN UNDER 12 ARE NOT PERMITTED.***
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The Palm Court’s Afternoon Tea truly shines with custom tableware and china, a fragrant tea list steeped in history, and of course, a bit of precocious Eloise too. Guests are invited to nibble on our in-house Pastry Chef’s unique culinary offerings like delicate finger sandwiches, buttery scones and elegant desserts, which are all made from scratch with local, seasonal and sustainable ingredients.We are open daily for Breakfast (6:30-10 am), traditional Afternoon Tea (10:30 am-5 pm), and Evening Cocktails and Lite Fare (5 pm-11 pm). At this time, we are only accepting reservations for Afternoon Tea. Availability for Evening Cocktails and Lite Fare is on a walk-in basis. For parties larger than 6 guests, please send an inquiry email to PalmCourt.PLZ@Fairmont.com
• Afternoon tea • Garment District / Flower District
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Feel like an aristocrat during the 1920’s in Paris…….Travels to authentic tea rooms in Paris inspired fashion designer, Karen Elizabeth Lozner (owner of Karen’s School of Fashion) to create her own “1920s in Fashion” Tea Room experience — an elegant place for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dessert, High Tea and special events. The PARISIAN TEA ROOM NYC - is located in the heart of the Garment Center and caters to locals, fashion designers, artists and anyone who enjoys a High Tea or Afternoon Tea experience in a Couture & Lux setting. In addition to High Tea dining experiences, breakfast, brunch & lunch are also served.Host an exquisite party or event such as a Fashion Collaboration, Baby Shower, Bridal Shower, Birthday or just a “Girls Day Out.” The tea room provides a unique High Tea dining experience complete with fresh catering and White Glove Service. PowerPoint Afternoon Tea events are also available. High Tea or Afternoon Tea is available by Re
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We serve Tea Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. *dietary requests made 48 hours in advance must be submitted on the reservation. We offer Vegetarian options and Gluten-Free Tea Tiers. There are no vegan or dairy free options . Our sittings are Timed, please make all arrangements to arrive with your entire party on time. Brooklyn High Low pulls from both Low Tea and High Tea traditions to offer an afternoon tea experience with a Brooklyn twist. Complement a pot of tea with our triple tier plate stand filled with baked scones, crumpets, finger sandwiches & house selections of yummy desserts. Choose from three different experiences, each leaving you more full and comforted than the last. Our Tea experiences are known as "The Classic", "The Vanderbilt", & "The Heights" Our vintage sitting room lends itself to a nostalgic experience while our garden offers fresh air, soft lighting, and a spacious atmosphere. Enjoy a break from the day's pressures to enjoy some of life's little pleasures.