St. Regis Brasserie
Our chef's seasonal menus consist of recipes made from the freshest ingredients, local delicacies and creative interpretations.
A Bowl Full of Flavor! Enjoy a healthy and balanced meal with our delicious choices of bowls and homemade fresh lemonades.
Street Food Pleasures
Try the international classics or discover our unique tastes prepared with modern touches and healthy options.
Since its creation in England in the early 1800s by Anna, Duchess of Bedford, Afternoon Tea has long been associated with the entertainment of society. In the late 19th century, it was Caroline Astor, mother of the St. Regis founder John Jacob Astor IV, who elevated Afternoon Tea to a new level by introducing the ritual at dignified gatherings at her house in Manhattan. Today, this ritual comes alive every afternoon at every St. Regis around the globe, where guests are invited to enjoy distinct interpretations of this legacy inspired by the respective traditions of each location. You're invited to a wide choice of refined Teas at St. Regis Brasserie, selected by our Tea Sommelier.
In 1934, Fernand Petiot became a bartender at The St. Regis Hotel in New York, bringing with him the ‘Bloody Mary'
a vodka and tomato juice drink he had started making in Paris. It was in The St. Regis' King Cole Bar that Petiot perfected
his original formula to create the drink that is so beloved today. It was named "The Red Snapper" and over the years, it
has become one of the most well-known classic cocktails of the world.
Today, each St. Regis Hotel all over the world creates its own Bloody Mary to honor this timeless tradition of creating exquisite tastes by focusing on locality. We are proud to present you our signature Bloody Mary which was created by our mixologists and a selection of other Bloody Mary recipes from other St. Regis Hotels.