Our upscale French restaurant in Midtown NYC offers a secluded, comfortable and modern getaway. Enjoy a romantic dinner for two during your New York vacation at critically acclaimed Opia, right off of our hotel's lobby.
Stop in for drinks after a long day of shopping and sight-seeing. Opia Lounge and Bar is a casually elegant social area for refreshing cocktails and light dining. It’s locally known for televising major games including international soccer and rugby.
Featuring breathtaking panoramic views of Times Square, the culinary team at the Renaissance Times Square Hotel serves up their twist on a Contemporary American Grill. The restaurant is the perfect location for pre and post theater dining.
Chef de Cuisine Edwin Bellanco designed the menu at Morrell Wine Bar & Cafe with a thoughtful mix of American classics and contemporary creations. Initial wine pairings are made easy with each menu item incorporating wine in its preparation, but the varia
Churrascaria (choo-rah-scah-REE-ah) is the name used to describe a restaurant that serves meat, mostly grilled, and Rodizio is a method of serving different cuts of meat that originated in the south of Brazil in the early 1800's.
Just steps away from Lincoln Center, this impressive David Rockwell-designed space features a 30-foot iridescent blue tile water wall that spans both levels of the restaurant and is adorned with 240 miniature cliff divers.
Like stepping into French Colonial Southeast Asia, this two-story restaurant, designed by Greg Jordan, consists of a main dining room with louvered wall panels, colorful tile floors, and vintage photos.