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    The Rose Club, New York Review

    768 5th Ave, New York, NY 10019, USA
    The Rose Club Review
    5 Star Rating
    Tags: New York, USA, Cocktail Bar reviewsThe Bill: £120 per head

    The Rose Club can be found located inside The Plaza Hotel on Central Park South, New York. The unrivalled location of this hotel makes the Rose Club an extremely popular venue indeed, and on a recent trip to New York, we couldnít wait to visit ourselves.

    With The Plaza being such an iconic part of the New York City scene, itís not hard to imagine the grandeur and chic style The Rose Club embodies. With a colour palette of muted pinks, deep reds and warm mink, as well as textures of velvets, soft fabrics and wood, the vibe is romantic, sophisticated and refreshingly fun. Overlooking the hotelís lobby, The Rose Club is the place to be for a spot of New York people watching complete with fabulous cocktails and a food menu to lust over.

    To begin our evening, we decided upon a couple of cocktails. I chose the Smoked Negroni, which saw Plymouth gin mixed with Campari and Carpano Antica sweet vermouth, complete with a layer of smoke for dramatics as well as flavour. My partner went for the Singapore Sling, which featured Bombay Sapphire gin, mixed with fresh pineapple, lemon juice, Benedictine and Cherry Heering. The cocktails were expertly prepared and most beautifully presented; they set us up perfectly for the evening ahead.

    ďWe simply adored the interiors and the atmosphere was relaxed.Ē

    Up next for our cocktails of choice, came the Pimmís Cup; a wonderful and refreshing blend of citrus juices, cucumber, mint and Pimmís No.1 Cup which took us back to summers in the English sun. I also sampled the Blood and Sand, which was a surprising combination of Cherry Heering, Chivas Regal scotch, Italian sweet vermouth and freshly squeezed orange juice.

    For our food options, I chose The Plaza Burger, which came served with cheddar, house-made steak sauce, caramelised onions and pickle, served in a brioche bun complete with fries. The burger was simply melt-in-the-mouth and the flavour combinations of the accompaniments were superb. My partner chose the Rigatoni which came served with Bolognese sauce, of which tasted as though it were straight from Italy, complete with pecorino romano.

    Alongside our meal, we also enjoyed a bottle of the 2017 Allan Scott Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough, New Zealand, which was crisp and full of new world fruit flavours. It was quite simply a delicious addition.

    Overall we were thoroughly impressed by The Rose Club, and would certainly recommend it as a great hot spot in New York City. We simply adored the interiors and the atmosphere was relaxed, yet sophisticated; the service was also exceptional and the cocktails were to die for. We would certainly look to return to The Rose Club and certainly would urge you to give it a try when youíre next in The Big Apple.

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