Upon my stay at the Loews Regency Hotel, I had the pleasure of trying their in house restaurant, The Regency Bar and Grill, part of the Sant Ambroeus Hospitality Group. The Regency Bar & Grill also plays host to the famed “Power Breakfast”, a term coined by the Tisch Family—founders of the hotel—in 1975. I like the idea of hotels have a restaurant because since I travel mostly solo, if I am not meeting up with someone for dinner, it's nice to just chill in the restaurant within the hotel.
This was my room service, a type of pizza, on a flatbread with fresh mozzarella. It was very tasty, and hit the spot of being something light but filling enough.
The restaurant itself has lovely decor, and they have music some nights as well.
I opted for poached eggs, whole grain toast, turkey bacon and homefries. I like a good breakfast when I am traveling because I usually skip lunch. The meal was very good, a bit pricey at $23.00, but the eggs were cooked to perfection. I would stop here again for sure, possibly for lunch, when in the area.
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