After a restoration that took several years, the Peacock reopened with a burst of fresh feathers. The current Peacock might be more casual, but it’s not hard to have a genuine New York dining experience here.
Breakfast, lunch and small-plates menus are offered. Start the day with power breakfast dishes such as the grilled Niman Ranch pork belly with poached eggs, country bread and Vermont cheddar, or a goat cheese and herb omelet. Lunch brings the Waldorf salad with its black truffle vinaigrette, sandwiches and salads, and entrées such as grilled yellowtail tuna. Dinner small plates range from braised short rib sliders to an artisanal cheese and charcuterie plate. Peacock Alley also features a lounge and bar. Specialty cocktails include the Peacock Alley Champagne cocktail with Pommery Champagne, strawberry and peppercorn-infused galliano.
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