Try the Back to Black cocktail, a potent blend of peated whiskey & squid ink, named in honor of the late Amy Winehouse.
The Classics Revisted
In 1925, Swiss hotelier Emile Wolf purchased an 1889, four-floor townhouse and transformed it into an opulent eight-story hotel. He filled it with exotic antiques and mastered the art of hospitality, which attracted many well-known figures in the arts at the time, including Clark Gable and Grace Kelly. Marlene Dietrich lived at the hotel for more than three years in the 1930s, and today, has a suite named in her honor. Designed in shades of mauve, her favorite color, the 970 square-foot suite features a grand piano in reference to Dietrich’s passion for music, and a portrait of the actress taken by Joseph Von Sternberg, an Austrian-America director who worked closely with her for many years. It’s an apt place to retire after an evening of 1930’s style glamour downstairs at Bar du Lancaster.
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