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The Warick Hotel's Randolph Bar and Lounge is Serving an Olympic-themed Menu
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July 25, 2012 - By: Amy Carothers
The iconic Warick Hotel (65 West 54th Street at the corner of 6th Avenue) was commissioned by William Hearst for his wife Marion Davies in 1926 and will celebrate the commencement of the 2012 London Olympic Games with a British-inspired menu. The Randolph Bar and Grill sports theme begins on July 27th and carries the torch throughout August 12th when its flame is extinguished.
The menu features fish and chips, Pomegranate Pimms and the Northwestâ€™s Boddington Beer. The five-ringed British invasion provides a gold winning menu that allows guests to take part in the Olympic celebration without leaving Midtown Manhattan.
View slideshow: Randolph Bar and Lounge is going for the gold
The centrally-located space is near the cityâ€™s top attractions such as the Ziegfeld Theatre, Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), Fifth Avenue, Central Park and Broadway so spend the day making your way to all the New York City hot spots.
Keep the flame burning until the light goes out on the festivities.
Article & Pictures courtesy of Amy Carothers - Examiner.com