For over eighty years, New York’s defining cultural moments have taken place at Russian Tea Room. Ever since members of the Russian Imperial Ballet founded the restaurant in 1927, it has been a second home for boldface names and the intellectual elite—an exclusive enclave where actors, writers, politicians, and businessmen planned their next deals and feted their friends’ latest Carnegie Hall performances. The lively tradition and legacy of the Russian Tea Room is alive and well!
Gild the lily: Russian Tea Room 3.0 emerges four years later as the next-to-Carnegie-Hall player that could. Cuisine evokes the good old days, with caviar service, the beloved blinis, plus an updated menu with creative options that run from breakfast to late night.
Address: 150 W. 57th St.
Cross Streets Sixth & Seventh Avenues
Hours And Additional Info
Price: Very Expensive. About $50 and up per person.
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