Restaurants and Lounges
Savor the famous culinary creations of The Waldorf Astoria New York. The hotel's celebrated restaurants and lounges offer the legendary Waldorf Salad and Veal Oscar.
The Waldorf Astoria New York and all of its dining venues is currently closed for a three-year renovation, with anticipated completion in 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Waldorf Astoria New York has long been world-famous for its culinary creations. The hotel's unique Manhattan restaurants, bars and lounges offer inspired cuisine and signature cocktails in luxurious surroundings. Experience celebrated dishes, including Waldorf Salad, Veal Oscar, Red Velvet Cake and Thousand Island Dressing. Order a Manhattan or a Rob Roy cocktail, invented at Sir Harry's Lounge. People-watch and admire the Art Deco lobby in the Cocktail Terrace. As the inventor of room service, The Waldorf Astoria New York hotel's Manhattan restaurants continue the tradition of seeing to guests' needs in the city that never sleeps.
Dining options at Waldorf Astoria New York
La Chine is an authentic culinary journey through China inspired by a desire to showcase the true depth of the country's cuisine. The dishes, including a rare Chinese raw bar, exquisitely articulate the complexity of Chinese flavors while the finesse of French inspiration adds to the singularity of the La Chine experience.
Peacock Alley Restaurant
See and be seen in the busy main lobby of The Waldorf Astoria New York. Peacock Alley serves breakfast and small plate dinners.
Peacock Alley was inspired by the promenade that once connected the original Waldorf and Astoria hotels. Located in the heart of the main lobby, the restaurant features a bar, discreet lounge and private dining salon. Marrying a classic and warm ambience, it offers guests and New Yorkers alike a Power Breakfast, an à la carte lunch menu, a unique selection of small plates and traditional dinners.
Bull and Bear Steakhouse
From juicy USDA Prime steaks to succulent seafood, Bull and Bear Steakhouse offers an inspired dish for every palate.
Cut into Prime Angus steaks at this celebrated steakhouse. Savor a Waldorf Salad as an accompaniment to delectable seafood and naturally grown beef dishes.
Host a special event in Bull and Bear's Wine Library. Adjacent to the bar, the private, secluded dining salon is one of Manhattan's most popular gathering spots. Join business associates for a private meeting or rendezvous with close friends in this fashionable setting.
Peacock Alley Bar & Lounge
Sample the distinctive small plates menu in this discreet lounge off the main lobby.
The classic but welcoming ambiance of Peacock Alley greets guests to this discreet lounge off the main lobby. Admire the elaborate bar while sipping a signature cocktail and sampling from the small plates menu. Later in the day, relax as the mood shifts to jazz piano.
Bull and Bear Bar
Savor creative cocktails at this New York City historic bar.
The New York Times cites the mahogany bar at Bull and Bear as one of the world's three greatest. Sip libations at one of the most historic and well-recognized bars in New York City.
More Dining Options
The Waldorf Astoria New York carries on the tradition of being the first hotel to offer room service with inspired dining selections.
The Waldorf Astoria New York was the world's first hotel to offer room service, which has been featured in Gourmet magazine. Order both traditional classics and inspired new selections. Whether for a romantic dinner for two or a private in-suite function, the culinary team will prepare a menu to please every palate.
To arrange room service in advance, please call 212-872-4853.