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About Murals on 54 Restaurant and Randolph's Bar And Lounge
Murals on 54 Restaurant
The restaurant will not only please your palate with culinary breakfast creations refined by our executive chef, but will also captivate your eyes with the murals that have been completely restored for your own viewing pleasure. Currently, our restaurant offers both buffet and à la carte options, giving guests the satisfaction of choosing from various food selections.
Randolph's Bar & Lounge
Designed to resemble all the comforts of a living room, this classic bar and lounge is the perfect place to take a break and relax from your daily activities, whether if you’re coming in from work or just touring around the vast city. Eat from our various lunch and dinner selections refined by the executive chef, and drink from our extensive wine list. It’s the perfect way to take a breather from the buzz of Midtown and watch the world pass by while sitting in front one of our large windows that overlook the Avenue of the Americas.
New York, NY 10019
Hours of Operation:
Murals on 54 Restaurant
Monday to Friday: 6:30 am - 10:45am
Saturday & Sunday: 7:00 am - 11:30 am
Randolph's Bar & Lounge
Sunday to Monday: 12:00 pm - 1:00 am, with last call seating at 12:30 am
Sunday to Monday: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm.
Sunday to Monday: 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm.
** Please note that Randolph's Bar & Lounge is on a first-come, first-serve basis and does not accept lunch and dinner reservations.
54th Street and Avenue of the Americas
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
(212) 314-7700 ext. 7854
With its elegant setting, Murals on 54 can be reserved for any type of events and parties. Please contact our catering department for more information at (212) 314-7779.
Valet parking is also available.
57 St (F)
57 St - 7 Av (N,Q,R)
5 Av / 53 St (E,M)
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Murals is an intimate and elegant setting for countless private gatherings, from bridal showers and bar/bat mitzvahs to birthday parties and corporate celebrations. Let Murals be the palette to paint your special moment for any occasion.
Murals on 54 Restaurant and Randolph's Bar And Lounge Ratings and Reviews
The wait staff was not very attentive. We waited an extremely long time between getting our menus to being asked for our order and then we had to search out our waiter for water refills and when we needed anything else. Our check took forever to come as well.
(Murals closes around noon, so Murals is for breakfast only). My wife and I shared a delicious (and generous) club sandwich. I can't remember our three friends had, but we're all coming back for our Saturday pre Encore concerts at City Center. The service was excellent, the place is the quietest I've been to in a long time, and the cost is definitely reasonable.
I only had breakfast there. Place filled up quickly and definitely good for a business breakfast but obviously inflated prices like in any NYC hotel. Again, worth it when it comes to needing a normal decent place for a business meeting while having breakfast.
Sorry, no reservations. Not from OpenTable or from any other source. First come, first served only. This made this a bit awkward when arriving for a business lunch only to find out that our reservation meant nothing. Eventually, they crammed three of us at a table for two.
I hardly ever write reviews but the experience here was just awful. The service was very pushy on trying to get us out of there quickly yet the restaurant was empty. The waiter was rude. The restaurant is WAY over priced for the level of food. $91 for two omelets, burnt coffee and a side of bacon. The only reason we went here was we were looking for a brunch place that was open early (10am) and SOMEHOW this place had a 4 start rating on OpenTable. The only good part is this has now become a reoccurring joke for us whenever we’re looking for a new place to eat.
Because it's at the Warwick Hotel, ideally located for a breakfast meeting, I'll go here. The dining room is beautiful, but the food and service are never better than average, and the price is EXORBITANT! Like an omelette for $27?! For two people the breakfast tab came to $90. Maybe the worst price performance restaurant in NYC. And you know what? They don't care -- they apparently don't have to.
Took a client there for breakfast cost me $70. That to me is a joke. Breakfast is basic food. Nothing extravagant. To pay that kind of money to me is a waste. Later that afternoon a took a client to lunch ( not there) and it cost me only $50. To me breakfast shouldn't cost more than $40 for 2 people.
I conducted a business breakfast here because it was near my colleague's hotel and his
following business meeting. It was one of the few restaurants open at 7:00 am which was
the necessary start time for our breakfast. My first (and better) choice was Michael's (nearby)
but they do not open until 7:30 am.
I would NOT return to this restaurant
Came with my family for an early dinner. The atmosphere was awesome. We were seated immediately, at a table that was directly next to the fountain, tucked away in the back. It was perfect. We were away from diners who might have been annoyed with our kids (who were perfectly behaved) but in a spot that they completely loved. They were front row on the fountain, which they thought was super cool. Our waiter was one of the best I've ever had. He was attentive but not obsequious, and just a really nice guy. You asked him for something once and it was on the table seconds later. He even brought us extra guacamole when he saw my 2 year old devouring it! The food was fine (but not amazing). Definitely worth it for the location. We will definitely return!
They actually canceled the reservation an hour before we were supposed to be there for eight people and I had to scramble to find a place to go when they confirmed the reservation for a time that was after they close! Will never go there or try to go there again.
Maybe we missed the fine print - but at 4:45 they told us the buffet was closing at 5. We had a 4pm reservation but the whole thing felt hurried. The food was ok. Not great ok. You would expect better gravy for Thanksgiving and the desserts were a mess - tasty - but you couldn't serve them because everthing was caked with cake. Overall - just a mediocre dinner for 2 for $200.
It's not for lack of good food, the food is just fine. On the busiest power lunch day of the year with two hour waits anywhere else, this restaurant will still be half empty. I'm not sure why, but I find that very good, especially when lunch wasn't planned in advance enough to get a reservation.
searched for a nice lunch location before going to MOMA with a friend. MOMa is just 1/2 block away, very convenient. The salads were very generous and satisfying, especially paired with one of Murals artisanal rolls, pretzel, asiago or a cranberry nut roll that can be served for dessert!
I picked this spot for its location, style and that it's a good spot to talk and conduct some business without much fuss. It was perfect and we enjoyed the great service and yummy food. My only complaint is that the place closes down at 2pm and we felt rushed to pay up and leave by the staff. Why not push your close to 3? 2pm in NYC is still prime time. I bet you get more business that way.
After making reservations for Christmas and arriving on time, we were seated five minutes later. Before taking our drink order we were told the very expensive buffet would end in less than 30 minutes. The manager came over and said they would keep open the buffet for an extra 15 minutes. Very negative dining experience. The food was sub-par and very forgettable. I would never encourae anyone to dine at Murals 54. We felt rushed and it ruined our holiday. Do not accept reservations if you are going to give your guests 30 minutes to eat.
Everything was delicious, especially the desserts (5-6 cakes, petits fours, fresh fruits,...) Friendly and quick service. Wanted to tell them that we would be 30 minutes late: I was on the phone for 20 minutes, talked to many persons, but everyone would just say they'll put me throughto the restaurant but then hang up. So a stressful experience for us because we thought they might give the table to someone else. But the buffet was great. What appreciated most as Europeans was the fact that we weren't rushed through the lunch, the bill came when we asked for it and they gave us the feeling that we could stay longer if we wanted.
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