At night 540 Park transforms into Feinstein's at the Regency, a nightclub that showcases acts such as 1980s TV star Tony Danza, Tony award-winning actress Betty Buckley, and Michael Feinstein himself.

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 At night 540 Park transforms into Feinstein's at the Regency, a nightclub that showcases acts such as 1980s TV star Tony Danza, Tony award-winning actress Betty Buckley, and Michael Feinstein himself.
The Gilt restaurant in the New York Palace Hotel serves inventive New American in a mind-blowing setting. Menu items include a special truffles and Fontina grilled cheese sandwich inspired by the TV show Gossip Girl',' which regularly films at the hotel. With enormous doors, carved ceilings, glittering chandeliers, and a modern sculpture in the bar area, Gilt is so visually stunning that the cuisine seems secondary. The bar is a popular spot, even among locals, and it stays open until 2 a.m. on the weekends. In 2008, internationally acclaimed Michelin-star chef Alain Ducasse opened his new signature restaurant, Adour, at the St. Regis. Fancy and French, the restaurant has received critical acclaim for both its food, earning three stars from the New York Times, and its decor, having been nominated for a James Beard award for "Outstanding Restaurant Design." Naturally, such accolades don't come cheaply. This is a special occasion sort of place, with appetizers averaging in the mid-$20s and main courses ranging from olive oil poached Gloucester cod ($35) to beef tenderloin "au sautoir" ($49). A five-course, $110 tasting menu is also available. Breakfast at 540 Park is a city institution. Gotham's power brokers and financiers -- such as Mayor Bloomberg and the Tisch family (who, incidentally, own the Loews hotel chain along with the NY Giants) -- have been known grab a coffee and an omelet in the handsome dining room. Lunch is also served. At night 540 Park transforms into Feinstein's at the Regency, a nightclub that showcases acts such as 1980s TV star Tony Danza, Tony award-winning actress Betty Buckley, and Michael Feinstein himself.
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