NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 04/08/13 -- New York is a destination for foodies, and this hotel near Broadway has a few new offerings to add to any gourmand's must-taste menu.
At the Crossroads American Kitchen & Bar and Broadway Lounge restaurants in Times Square, guests and visitors of the New York Marriott Marquis can celebrate everything from Mother's Day to the fact that it's Friday with the following special events:
Fridays at this hotel in NYC are more than just the start to the weekend; they're a chance to indulge in an all-time favorite. French Fry Fridays at Broadway Lounge and Crossroads American Kitchen & Bar starts at 5pm, making it the perfect post-work party kickoff. For $8, guests can choose any style of fry -- waffle, curly, classic or sweet potato -- and pair it with their choice of three dips.
Before checking out a Broadway show or after a day exploring nearby New York attractions, stop by the hotel's Crossroads American Kitchen & Bar for Pork & Cork. Available every evening starting at 4:30pm, a special menu pairs great wine from Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery with heritage pork.
Celebrating Mother's Day with a show at Radio City Music Hall or as a guest of this NYC hotel? Crossroads American Kitchen & Bar is offering a special Mother's Day Buffet on Sunday, May 13th from 6am to 1pm. For $32, treat Mom to an assortment of breakfast goodies including made-to-order omelets, French toast, smoked salmon, fresh fruit, coffee and much more.
For something extra-special, wow her with dinner at The View Restaurant & Lounge, the city's only revolving restaurant. Offer a breathtaking 360-degree view from the heart of Times Square, the upscale restaurant features a seasonal menu of New American cuisine. Start with the truffled mushroom bisque or foie gras duo before moving on to the crushed spiced rack of lamb served with rose-petal rice, cumin-dusted carrots and spiced lamb jus, or the Kabocha pumpkin ravioli accompanied by bitter winter greens, pumpkin seeds and sage brown butter cream. End things on a sweet note with a slice of Boston Cream Pie served with cookie fudge swirl ice cream.
About the New York Marriott Marquis
Located in the heart of Times Square, the New York Marriott Marquis brings visitors the best of the city right to their doorstep. Step out on the buzzing city streets, and visitors are just a short walk from Central Park, Rockefeller Center, Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, Broadway theaters and high-end shopping on Fifth and Madison avenues. Experience the city in a different way on THE RIDE, a super-sized, technology-driven vehicle that travels a different 4.2-mile route every time. Closer to home, the hotel houses its own Marquis Theatre, staging hit shows; the city's only revolving restaurant, The View Restaurant & Lounge; a 4,000-square-foot state-of-the-art fitness center; light bites and televised sporting events at the Broadway Lounge and all-day dining at Crossroads American Kitchen & Bar.
Guest rooms offer comfort, style and space with a luxurious marble bathroom, high-speed Internet access, coffee/tea service, desk, 42-inch LCD TV and in-room dining. Concierge-level rooms include lounge access with breakfast and evening refreshments. For special events and meetings, New York Marriott Marquis offers more than 10,000 square feet of function space and work-friendly amenities including a 24-hour business center.
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