The Roxy Hotel, 2 Avenue of the Americas, NYC NY – www.theroxyhotel.com . Sunday Brunch is priced at $35 per adult / $15 per child – for an additional, $20 adults can enjoy endless cocktails.
Renowned for attracting the film and music industries finest, The Roxy Hotel is extending its reputation further by offering the ultimate Sunday sessions for families combining a jazz-infused brunch for parents as their kids enjoy a movie marathon in The Roxy’s infamous cinema.
Starting at 11am every Sunday, parents wishing to while away their Sunday with some light jazz beats, delicious food and crafted cocktail in hand can now do so safe in the knowledge that their children are equally enjoying The Roxy’s ever-changing kids movie schedule, mixing favorites such as Happy Feet and Shaun The Sleep with classics including Cinderella and Lady & The Tramp. Parents meanwhile have free reign to indulge in the hotel’s extensive buffet-style brunch, complimented by live jazz music upstairs in The Roxy Lounge – a re-imagined ground-floor dining space by Chef Joseph Abruzzese, formerly of The Breslin. Brunch highlights include made-to-order Belgian waffles and omelets, a baked ham carving station, plus a variety of sweet treats ranging from lemon verbena scones with clotted cream & lemon card to house made doughnuts and black raspberry coffee cake. For families staying at the hotel, kids can further be kept entertained throughout their visit by a pet goldfish, which can be arranged on request via the hotel concierge.
Located on the border of TriBeCa and SoHo, two of downtown’s most affluent residential neighborhoods, The Roxy Hotel (formerly Tribeca Grand) is giving visitors and locals a bevy of reasons to stay and play in the area by unveiling a whole host of new venue concepts. This line-up includes:
- The Django, a boozy, underground jazz club reminiscent of a classic Parisian boite serving fine, hand-crafted cocktails
- Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee, a chill new coffee bar by New York’s favorite homegrown brew master – launching April 2016
- The first outpost of Blackstones, an innovative and personalized East Village salon – launching April 2016
- A complete transformation of all 201 guest rooms, emerging with fresh design and custom furnishings from local designer Briana Stanley, new amenities such as Fretté bathrobes and modern technologies like Roku – to be unveiled May 2016