What to Eat at the Regency Bar & Grill (Besides Breakfast), Now Open Inside the Loews Regency Hotel

Dry-aged rib eye for two.
Dry-aged rib eye for two. Photo: Melissa Hom

Sant Ambroeus restaurateurs Gherardo Guarducci and Dimitri Pauli have relaunched the restaurant inside the 50-year-old Loews Regency Hotel as a modern-American grill, with chef Dan Silverman (formerly of the Standard Grill) at the helm. First off, the establishment’s lauded Power Breakfast is back in all its egg-white-omelette-and-melon-plate glory: Healthy turkey bacon and local Vermont Creamery products have joined the fray, as well as a standout egg sandwich “My Way,” which features applewood-smoked bacon and sliced cheddar on an Amy’s Bread roll.

Otherwise, Silverman’s dinnertime entrees are in the $40 range, and include swordfish with golden raisins and oranges, spiced duck breast with dried cherries and pistachios, and jumbo-lump crab meat with caviar. More decidedly upscale dishes, plus menus, below.

Yellowtail hamachi with chiles and shiso.Photo: Melissa Hom

Pan-roasted Dover sole with Meyer lemon, parsley, and brown butter.Photo: Melissa Hom

Pan-roasted veal chop with chanterelles, creamed spinach, and Madeira wine.Photo: Melissa Hom

Wild king salmon with bok choy.Photo: Melissa Hom

Grilled squid with chiles and quinoa.Photo: Melissa Hom

The Regency chocolate bar.Photo: Melissa Hom

The restaurant will also offer afternoon tea.Photo: Melissa Hom

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The Regency Bar & Grill, 540 Park Ave. at 61st St., 212-339-4050

What to Eat at the Regency Bar & Grill (Besides Breakfast), Now Open Inside the