Flavor by Loews Regency New York Hotel

Eating Like a Local Made Easy.

Get to know the hidden layers of the NYC food scene -- right here during your stay -- with our curated culinary experience, Flavor by Loews Hotels.

New York City has one of the most exciting culinary scenes in the world – and we’re bringing some of our favorites straight to you with Flavors by Loews Hotels. We’ve partnered with the best hyper-local culinary and beverage artisans so you can savor the city, bite after bite, sip after sip.

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Bon Vivant

Bon Vivant

Life is sweet for anyone that bites into this bakery's classic petit fours and petit cakes. Each looks like a work of art. Topped with gorgeous flower designs, they taste exquisite, too. In the recipes: eggs from pasture-raised New York farms and buttercream flavored intensely with lavender buds, vanilla beans or lemon curd. Try the irresistible bite-sized petit fours or single-dessert-sized petit cakes at The Regency Bar & Grill.

Brooklyn Gin

Brooklyn Gin

Made closely in the Hudson Valley -- handcrafted small-batch gin that's good enough to drink on its own. Chalk it up to its simplistic yet flavorful recipe, which includes fresh citrus peels and hand-cracked juniper. Everything is made during a three-day process in one Christian Carl pot. It's old-fashioned methodology that definitely pays off. Sip it at The Regency Bar & Grill.

Olivella Bread

Olivella Bread

NYC's resident pizza king is Naples, Italy-born Salvatore Olivella, who made a name for himself consulting with top NYC pizza spots. Here at Regency Bar & Grill, you can try two exclusive pizzas -- Truffle and Diavolo -- made with his charcoal crust. (The specially mixed flour is an old family secret.)

Mah-Ze-Dahr

Mah-Ze-Dahr

The name of this West Village bakery translates from Urdu to describe the essence, flavor and magic of food. Indeed, eating its bevy of sweet and savory treats is more of an experience than a dessert course. That's because owner and beloved baker Umber Ahmad knows how to finesse spices and draws inspiration from around the world. The brown butter blondies and brioche doughnuts have become social media sensations in their own right. Get your fix at The Regency Bar & Grill.

Ess-A-Bagel

Ess-a-Bagel, established in 1976 by Florence & Gene Wilpon and her brother Aaron, is a New York institution. Coming from an Austrian baking family, the art of baking and crafting the perfect bagel came naturally.  The bagels are hand rolled, kettle boiled and made from the finest ingredients with no additives or preservatives.  It’s the quintessential New York bagel, crusty on the outside, chewy on the inside. People come from across the country to try Ess-a-Bagel – now you can try them at The Regency Bar & Grill. 

Sigmund's Pretzels

Sigmund’s Pretzels, replace text with: Lina Kulchinsky is the chef, founder and owner of Sigmund’s Pretzels, New York’s first and only artisanal soft pretzel bakery, where the pretzels are hand-rolled and baked with a variety of toppings. Lina opened the first pretzel bakeshop in the East Village in 2009 after graduating from the Institute of Culinary Education and training in some of New York’s  best pastry kitchens like Jean Georges and Bouley. Enjoy Sigmund’s famous pretzels at The Regency Bar & Grill.  

William Greenberg Desserts

William Greenberg Desserts, a New York institution since opening in 1946, is famous for some of the city’s iconic baked goods.  Their black and white cookies are the “Best in New York” and now available at the Loews Regency New York Hotel. 

Five Coffee

Founded by two best friends from Queens with a passion for perfect, freshly roasted coffee, For Five Coffee believes a good cup of coffee starts from the bean. Their Signature Blends and Single Origin Coffees are sourced from 30 different regions from around the world from suppliers who are socially, legally and ethically responsible.  Indulge in the perfect cup of joe at one of their 3 Manhattan locations – or right at our hotel!