A fine Midtown restaurant is not hard to come by. But in searching for a venue that combines superb food, historical ambiance, and award-winning entertainment, you will invariably arrive at The Algonquin Hotel Times Square, Autograph Collection. Linger over cocktails in the famed Blue Bar, where conversation is the currency. Discover why our Round Table restaurant is considered a legend among Midtown Manhattan restaurants, where you may share a romantic dinner or entertain colleagues. As a guest of our historic hotel, you may enjoy our legendary hospitality at any one of our fine venues..
The Round Table Room is the site of the legendary 10-year Algonquin Round Table lunch—which featured the wit of Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley, Alexander Woollcott, and other luminaries of the literary world. Our newly restored restaurant evokes memories of a grand parlor. Savor the pleasures of dining on delicious retro dishes drawn from The Algonquin's culinary archives, and inspired by legendary owner Frank Case's book, Feeding the Lions.
This praised New York bar, a nightly meeting place for New York’s cultural and artistic elite, is enveloped with the artwork of longtime Algonquin regular, Al Hirschfeld. The pieces, donated by The Margo Feiden Galleries, feature Broadway shows past and present – including, Rent, The Sound of Music, and Chicago.
The restored Algonquin Lobby – with writing desks and Edwardian furniture in deep jewel tones – retains the charm and ambiance forever associated with this landmark hotel. Intimate arrangements of settees and chairs create the perfect environment for reading, writing, quiet contemplation, or conversation. It is thus that The Algonquin has maintained its position as a welcome oasis of civility amid the hectic pace of New York. The Lobby serves cocktails and lighter fare from The Algonquin’s appetizer and snack menu.