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Hotel Restaurants at the Turn of the Century

With the recent praise for the renovated Monkey Bar at the Hotel Elysee and the toned down menu at Romera at the Dream Hotel—not to mention the opening in the past few years of the slew of restaurants at the Ace, Ma Peche, Ellabess, Millesime, Lexington Brass, The Standard Grill, and others— hotel restaurants have been attracting quite a lot of attention. Let's take a look back in time at the hotel restaurants that gained attention at the turn of the century. Some of these hotels have shuttered, while others remain classic New York fixtures today with their dining options still intact.
—Alexis deBoschnek
· All Coverage of Restaurants of Old New York [~ENY~]

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