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Peacock Alley

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  • American (New), Cocktails
  • 301 Park Ave, New York 10022 40.756396 -73.973162
  • (At 49th St)
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  • (212) 872-7335
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User Ratings (Based on 8 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 3_5 Value 2_5
Service 3 Atmosphere 3_5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 872-7335
Major Credit Cards
Mon-Fri: 7am-10:15am+11am-10:30pm Sat: 2:30pm-10:30pm Sun: 10am-2pm+2:30pm-7:45pm
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Brunch, Happy Hour, Late Night, Live Music, Online Reservations, People Watching, Private Parties, Prix Fix Menus, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Peacock Alley

    Posted by Susan York on 2010-09-28

    Worth $95 per person? For a once in a while treat - yes

    Brunch at the Waldorf Astoria's "Peacock Alley" is not for the faint of heart or those with light wallets. At $95 per person plus tax and tip, it is - in fact - one of the most expensive brunch experiences in NYC - if not in the entire United States. Is

  • Peacock Alley

    Posted by anonymous on 2009-11-17

    disappointing experience

    If you don't mind waiting in a LINE for 30+ minutes to get a table in spite of having a reservation, then you might be happy with it. Otherwise, if unhelpful uncourteous staff turns you off, I would suggest skipping it completely. The brunch was set up i

  • Peacock Alley

    Posted by Manish Mehta on 2009-10-30

    Really poor breakfast

    Took a client to breakfast here, and it was the worst experience ever. The juice is canned, not fresh squeezed (and this is the Waldorf?). The berries were clearly not fresh (frozen). A simple order of toast, fried eggs and berries took 30 minutes to a

  • Peacock Alley

    Posted by Ct. weekender on 2009-09-21

    Brunch of Brunches in NYC

    How does one define luxury in the Big Apple being THE center of the world and having the best of the best at our feet ? Well if it took you a week and started on a Sunday begin with brunch at The Waldorf. I mean we're talking a large tin of Malassol cavi

  • Peacock Alley

    Posted by Living in NY on 2008-04-01

    Extravagant Sunday brunch

    I attend the restaurant sunday brunch in february with my wife and in-laws. We were not sure what to expect but with the high price tag our hopes were high. We were able to park the car on a street adjacent to lexington Avenue. To our surprise, the brunch

  • Peacock Alley

    Posted by So Disappointed on 2007-08-17

    Go Elsewhere

    A Thursday night dinner disaster; the waiter made 3 errors, wine glasses were never removed after cocktails were ordered, and our water glasses were not filled unless reminded. Unfortunately the food, while tasty and fresh, was not extraordinary and coul

  • Peacock Alley

    Posted by Thomas P. Y. on 2006-12-29

    Christmas Treat

    I was concerned before making my reservations, because of the on line reviews about "Faded glory" and" dirty floors". However upon entering the hotel I was pleased by its beauty and cleanliness. When reaching Peacock alley restaurant I was greeted by a c

  • Peacock Alley

    Posted by Anonymous on 2006-11-30

    great chef

    Upon entering the restaurant, you have to pass by through a very nice bar. Well dressed executives having drinks and appetizers. The restaurant is a small area behind the bar and very elegant. For appetizers, we had the chili scallop (there is only one sc

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