With The Lambs Club, Chef Geoffrey Zakarian has brought his vision of Modern American cuisine to The Chatwal Hotel. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the 90-seat restaurant has a luxe Empire Deco ambiance with walls that could tell a thousand tales. Built in 1905, this Stanford White-designed building was a clubhouse for The Lambs, America's first professional theater club, and served as home away from home for its members such as Charlie Chaplin, W.C. Fields, John Barrymore, Spencer Tracy and Fred Astaire. These infamous notables spent many a night in their "grill room" swapping tales, breaking into song and of course, generally having a swell time.
In the lobby, a bespoke bar recalling the age of steamship travel offers a few barstools to enjoy a glass of champagne and watch the comings and goings of the hotel. On the second floor, The Bar at The Lambs Club, with enveloping banquets and floor-to-ceiling windows, serves an all-day menu and refined cocktails created with freshly pressed juices and chilled with hand cut ice.
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The Lambs Club restaurant is not associated in any way with The Lambs.