King Cole Bar

King Cole Bar

Cocktail Bar, Hotel Bar, and Wine Bar$$$$
Midtown East, New York
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7.9/10
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  • Paddy
    "Apparently the birthplace of the Bloody Mary."(7 Tips)
    Isabella I.
    "Must try the Bloody Mary!"(22 Tips)
    The New Yorker
    "original the Red Snapper"(8 Tips)
    Marc M.
    "All under the gaze of King Cole, painted by Maxfield Parrish."(3 Tips)
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  • Alyssa
    AlyssaOctober 21, 2016
    Don't forget to ask for blue cheese olives with your martini!
  • Chris C.
    Chris C.October 10, 2016
    Great G&Ts.
  • Damian B.
    Damian BayonaJuly 24, 2016
    Cool setting but prices are 🔝 tho the Bloody Mary is claimed to have been invented here 🤔
  • Paddy
    PaddyJuly 23, 2016
    The bar is nice, of that there is no doubt. Apparently the birthplace of the Bloody Mary. The Red Snapper is heir house version of the brunch classic. It's good but you expect fireworks for $25!!!
  • Shinya H.
    Shinya HirokawaJuly 23, 2016
    red snapper
  • Sara Y.
    Sara YApril 2, 2016
    Red snapper!
  • Bjørn L.
    Bjørn LateMarch 7, 2016
    Got the Shogun Mary, wasn't impressed. A gin martini with tomato juice, for the price of a entree at most places. It wasn't very busy and we weren't waited on very attentively
  • Marc M.
    Marc MayerFebruary 25, 2016
    Perfect for special occasions and raising a glass to loved ones. Perfectly made drinks with the most well-dressed bar staff in town. All under the gaze of King Cole, painted by Maxfield Parrish.
  • Alex P.
    Alex PekarovskyFebruary 20, 2016
    They may have invemeted the Bloody Mary here, but the is no clue of it in the pale "tomato juice , pepper and vodka" version of it here + Barman was rude. 2/10 #dissatisfied #imakebetterbloodymary
  • Jackson I.
    Jackson IsaacsonJanuary 28, 2016
    Great martini
  • Carlich A.
    Carlich AsecasJanuary 1, 2016
    Super Bloooody! Too spicy but really good!
  • Abigail A.
    Abigail ArgersingerNovember 9, 2015
    Come for tea service and prepare to have your mind blown. Absolute perfection.
  • Rebecca M.
    Rebecca MazzaOctober 16, 2015
    James Bond martini bar
  • Sherie S.
    Sherie SwerdlowAugust 10, 2015
    Try the Madison cocktail. Its one stiff cocktail!
  • CCnyc
    CCnycJune 1, 2015
    Cocktails, bar food
  • Zachary M.
    Zachary MartzMay 14, 2015
    The birthplace of the Bloody Mary - aka the red snapper !
  • Eric H.
    Eric HinesMarch 24, 2015
    Not as good as it used to be. If you're not a regular expect poor service. Drinks used to be stiffer, now just overpriced.
  • Alex R.
    Alex RavenelMarch 12, 2015
    Gorgeous spot, very good cocktails. Can be tough to get a spot however.
  • Steve W.
    Steve WattsFebruary 28, 2015
    Classy, cozy bar...great bar food and service
  • Trevor B.
    Trevor BracherFebruary 21, 2015
    Inventors of the Bloody Mary. Not to be missed.
  • Gothamist
    GothamistJanuary 20, 2015
    This spot is considered the birthplace of the Bloody Mary, or so the story goes. The bar serves their Snappers a bit pricey but they come with tasty gourmet nuts, wasabi peas and a slice of history. Read more
  • Isabella I.
    Isabella IzquierdoJanuary 18, 2015
    Great ambiance! Must try the Bloody Mary!
  • Patrick M.
    Patrick MaasSeptember 14, 2014
    Having a drink waiting for the award dinner to be over
  • James J.
    James JAugust 7, 2014
    Overpriced.
  • The Wall Street Journal
    Here a fine old-school barman will give you a nice gin pour and crack open your own bottle of cold tonic. Enjoy the Max Parrish mural, said to depict Old King Cole passing wind! Read more
  • Debbie
    DebbieMay 5, 2014
    What do you think
  • Chad P.
    Chad PetersonApril 28, 2014
    The Bloody Mary was invented here. Excellent cocktail! Cheers
  • Andres
    AndresApril 27, 2014
    The remodel pretty much ruined the old lure of this bar.
  • Jeffrey
    JeffreyMarch 5, 2014
    KCB&S is the spot where the first-ever Bloody Mary was served (though back in the '30s, it was known as the 'Red Snapper'). Essential Cocktail: The Bloody Mary
  • @JaumePrimero
    @JaumePrimeroMarch 2, 2014
    I feel so at home here. So much history, so much booze, so many Bloody Mary's!
  • Brittny D.
    Brittny DryeFebruary 17, 2014
    Come here for a free champagne toast at 6pm -- it's a ritual at all of the St. Regis hotels.
  • Wyngspan
    WyngspanJanuary 24, 2014
    The birthplace of the Bloody Mary. We trust you will love your time at this classic NYC institution. Give it a rating on Wyngspan: http://bit.ly/1iuo89b
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesJanuary 22, 2014
    This bar is the birthplace of the Bloody Mary cocktail. Come enjoy not only the drinks, but also the art! Read more
  • noreen h.
    noreen haiderJanuary 9, 2014
    Beautiful hotel.. Someone has good taste... She knows who she is ;)
  • @HungryEditor B.
    No matter the time of day order a Bloody Mary. They are said to have been 1st served here. If a traditional bloody is not your thing, no worries. There's a diff one for each city that has a St Regis.
  • The New Yorker
    The New YorkerDecember 13, 2013
    “The menu features six kinds of Bloody Mary, which the King Cole claims to have invented in the nineteen-thirties. They call the original the Red Snapper, and it’s spicy, irresistible, and strong.” Read more
  • Ryan M.
    Ryan MNovember 29, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Fantastic martinis.
  • Alexa E.
    Alexa E.November 22, 2013
    The best Bloody Mary!!
  • Maria
    MariaMay 15, 2013
    Because it's the birthplace of the Bloody Mary!
  • Juan D.
    Juan DominguezMarch 29, 2013
    The Bar is an institution in NYC! The drinks are well servers and the food is great. I love the classy atmosphere and the staff is friendly, educated and always give you a world class service. Cheers!
  • Boon Y.
    Boon YapFebruary 5, 2013
    Pretty awesome drinks. Bloody Marys go down easy. One drinky, two drinky, three drinkies, floor (novices!!). :-)
  • Esquire UK
    Esquire UKJanuary 7, 2013
    Why are the jesters laughing? Because King Cole is breaking wind...
  • Fabian
    FabianDecember 29, 2012
    The Red Snapper (the original Bloody Mary) is extremely tasty, quite spicy but not overly so. Also goes great with the tuna if you're looking for a snack.
  • Concert Ticket Agency
    Concert Ticket AgencyOctober 18, 2012
    Kick it SUPER old school here. Order a Bloody...they were born here after all. Upscale and classic.
  • The Wall Street Journal
    "Here an old-school barman will give you a nice gin pour and crack open your own bottle of cold tonic. Enjoy the Max Parrish mural, said to depict Old King Cole passing wind!" -Chef Gabrielle Hamilton Read more
  • Fortune Magazine
    Fortune MagazineMarch 20, 2012
    The King Cole Bar is great for business meetings - elegant, quiet, and historic. In 1934, the Bloody Mary was created here. The St. Regis is part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts, a FORTUNE 500 company.
  • Glitz Latinoamérica
    Glitz LatinoaméricaFebruary 2, 2012
    Gossip Girl: Serena meets Colin (Episode: 405)
  • Bob S.
    Bob SlobeJanuary 18, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Michael is the best bartender alive.
  • Alexandra H.
    Alexandra HancockJanuary 6, 2012
    Upscale hotel bars are some of my favorite places to go for drinks-St. Regis is no exception. BE SURE to ask the bartender for the secret behind the mural at the bar -you'll never look at it the same!
  • Ashley Q.
    Ashley QuinceNovember 13, 2011
    WARNING: Do NOT order the mediterranean appetizer. The bread is cold and the Prosciutto is way too salty.
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