When booking your next stay at one of the best hotels in NYC, The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel, be sure to make reservations at the hotel’s Carlyle Restaurant. It’s the perfect place to sit back, relax and take in New York’s chic Upper East Side.
A long-time favorite among prominent eastside neighbors, The Carlyle Restaurant, designed in the English manor house style by the late Mark Hampton, marries luxury with intimacy. Don’t be surprised if you end up sitting at a table next to socialites, politicians or fashion magnates as this restaurant is a common go-to place among most. Famous for its Dover Sole and Lobster Thermidor, patrons feel immediately at home at the restaurant, ready to devote their full attention to a seasonally motivated menu from Executive Chef Jacques Sorci, a member of the prestigious organization, Maîtres Cuisiniers de France.
You will love the atmosphere of the restaurant with its two intimately lit rooms that feature plush chintz-covered banquettes, Aubusson rugs and mirrored alcoves, set off by a dramatic six-foot-tall floral arrangement. Just off the main room, a smaller dining room shimmers in Fortuny silk. Throughout, English hunting scenes by Fores, as well as engravings by Redoute and Liliacae, complete the country house ambience. For more information, visit The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel’s website.