UK – USA Business Travel
- Richard Moss
The Garden entices you in by its seductive ambiance, with accents of deep ruby coloured décor, mood lighting and ceiling tall African acacia trees that entwine and twist together, The Garden’s charm leaves you excited about its menu.
The Garden sources local ingredients all within a 100-mile radius to curate the perfect menus for their guest to enjoy fresh, mouth-watering produce.
Their vibrant menus focus on healthy eating and each dish is carefully designed and served to the highest standard.
The Garden’s lunch menu features a wellness section highlighting the nutritional benefits of its superfood ingredients, for example ‘Quinoa – A well known superfood that is high in fibre, minerals, and antioxidants’ Fourseasons.com
Inspired by Central Park The Palm Court features glass dome ceilings and luscious potted greenery, creating the perfect atmosphere to enjoy food and drinks day and night.
Although The Palm Court offers fantastic classic American menus throughout the morning and evening, their afternoon tea shines with popularity across New York dating back over 100 years. The afternoon tea showcases its signature Hemmingway Daquiri, a list of sophisticated teas and beautifully crafted delicacies designed to impress.
If a business meeting is on the agenda, then The Palm Court provides an elegant setting for you to enjoy their famous afternoon tea whilst talking business.
Wythe Hotel, a former barrel and rope factory dating from 1901, was converted into a 72-room hotel and is now home to Le Crocodile.
Preserving its original exposed brick, cast iron columns, arched windows, and double height ceilings with accents of copper and industrial lighting the restaurant oozes trendy chic.
Chefs Jake Leiber and Aidan O’Neal partnered up and opened Le Crocodile to provide customers with delicious French cuisine that will leave you wanting more. You’ll be spoilt for choice with their large menu but fear not, each dish is packed with flavour and created with precision so there’s no food envy here.
Natural light floods in through large windows in the main restaurant keeping it bright and vibrant, perfect for lunch and brunch.
Le Crocodile also offers two private dining options, the Garden Terrace which boasts a beautiful courtyard setting decorated with large fairy lights and ivy covered brick walls, seats 12 to 60 guests. The Cooper Room provides a cosy setting with exposed brick, vaulted ceilings, and antique crystal chandeliers, seats 12 to 40 guests.
Bringing the outdoors in is becoming more and more popular in restaurants and bars in the big cities, giving customers the opportunity to switch their environment from loud and chaotic to calm and serene has been a big hit.
Tall tropical plants surround the restaurant tables whilst spreading their presents through the bar and onto the outdoor garden creating a casual but elegant place to eat day or night.
The Terrace is located on the ninth floor offering dishes inspired by the French brasseries and American chophouse, run by Michelin-starred chef John Fraser. The breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner menus include a variety of different options including steaks, homemade pastas, and chops as well as a variety of vegetable options.
The Terrace Bar shouts sophistication with a marble bar kitted out with red velvet bar stools, large plants and an ornate display showcasing beautiful crystal decanters.
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