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About Roxy Bar
Roxy Bar is spacious and refreshingly mellow. By day, it’s the perfect location to meet, work, and relax with a leisurely breakfast or lunch, and by night, it transforms into the archetypal downtown space where low-lying velvet and leather seating and floor to ceiling windows make for stylish socializing. Delicious appetizers and shared plates pair thoughtfully with wine and signature cocktails. For dinner, intimate tables line 6th Avenue and the menu features light, mostly organic appetizers and salads, plus larger entrees like Chilean Sea Bass and house-cut steaks. The Roxy Bar, an intimate room behind paned glass, has a long glossy bar top, where the fine art of shaking cocktails is alive and well. A music program features cutting-edge selections and weekly DJs, and the all day and late night menus, created by the hotel’s renowned chef, go far beyond bar snacks.
New York, NY 10013
Hours of Operation:
Daily: 7:00am - 11:00am
Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday - Thursday: 10:00pm - 12:00am
Friday - Saturday: 10:00pm - 2:00am
Walker Street and White Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music in the lounge Wednesday - Saturday from 7:00pm
DJs in the bar
Valet parking is available at the entrance to the hotel, as well as street parking.
A,C,E trains to Canal Street
Private Party Facilities:
For more information on special events or private parties in The Roxy Hotel Bar & Lounge, The Django, The Roxy Hotel Cinema or Penthouse 8, please contact Lauren Predmore at firstname.lastname@example.org
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Roxy Bar Ratings and Reviews
Our server was very disengaged and would walk away halfway through our order and get extremely annoyed whenever we wanted to order a drink. I've been there many many times, referred multiple people to the Roxy not only as a place for out of towners to stay but as a brunch and dinner spot, and this was the first time I felt disappointed in the service
I live in the neighborhood, so the roxy is a natural stop.
An ok place to meet before heading elsewhere. While the oysters are OK , that's pretty much where it ends. The Service is inconsistent , the music intermittent and maître d' just full of themselves. If it wasn't just around the corner they never see my face.
Went here for a quick lunch and drink during the week. It looks like it might be a cool place to grab drinks but the food was mediocre at best and vastly over priced. For a 30 dollar burger I expected something noteworthy. It wasn't. Nice spot for drinks, wouldn't recommend eating there
Came back for Sunday brunch. The buffet and omelette stations are very satisfying, the general ambiance and atrium is quite comfortable, and the live music is really fantastic (Michael Sheridan quartet) with no music cover charge. Will definitely be back again.
Cool spot but not when there is a birthday party for a 1 year old taking up the entire wait staff. Manager was chasing poorly behaved kids, waiter forgot to tell us brunch was over. We started ordering 2 cocktails at a time since it took 20 minutes for one to be served.
Great vibe inside. Live music is loud but fantastic. Food wont disappoint you. Local spot for us so convenience factor is amazing. My issue is the last two times I've been there service was so slow it was painful. Otherwise it's a great spot and hopefully the hire some more folks
For $35, the Sunday buffet brunch with live jazz band was a great value. There were made-to-order omelets, waffles, sausages, bacon, salads, fruit, pastries & desserts. In addition, there was a free children's movie playing in the downstairs cinema. For $20 extra, champagne was included.
The brunch was fabulous. My husband, myself and our 20month old son had a lovely time for wedding anniversary brunch. The selections for the hot entrees were limited but it was great for the price thay you paid. The food was fresh and the ambiance is classy yet inviting and comfortable. The jazz music complemented the decor. The staff were attentive and very pleasant.
after the brunch, We had a great time watching a movie in the hotel's movie theater. It was a very nice experience over all
Cool spot for brunch with kids. The live jazz is a great touch (and distractor!), buffet works very well, good selection of food. Staff were really really lovely - flexible with our exceedingly late arrival and sweet with our raucous offspring. Thank you, we will be back!
This brunch is no more than a 4 star hotel regular breakfast bar. Service was abominable, and every table had babies and bored toddlers. The choices of food were very limited and looked like leftovers. Tables too small and placed too close together for the army of strollers to get through. Music was good except that every other number was happy birthday.
They should beef up the buffet, train the bartender and rope off an area for adults who wish to have a conversation.
We attended the Jazz Sunday Brunch buffet. The food was excellent . Service was almost next to none. Even though it was a buffet, except for a brief conversation after we were seated, we had to search for someone every time we needed something. Also charged $6.00 for a cup of tea and never told us that it was not included in the $34.99 price of the buffet. Hotel is beautiful though and the Church Lounge was very nice.
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