King Cole Bar
St. Regis hotel's historic bar serving classic cocktails beneath a famed Maxfield Parrish mural
The King Cole Bar is an upscale cocktail lounge in the St. Regis New York. Many mixologists believe the Bloody Mary made its first U.S. appearance in the King Cole Bar. The drink was then called "The Red Snapper," after originally being invented by Fernand Petiot at Harry's New York Bar in Paris, France.
The bar has limited availability, and tables cannot be reserved, with the exception of Table 55. This table is the only one with access to an exclusive chef’s custom designed menu and a bespoke wine list from the hotel’s coveted cellar.
The bar has been the setting for scenes in The Devil Wears Prada, Hannah and Her Sisters, The First Wives Club, and Gossip Girl.
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