restaurants & bars
Indulge in thoughtfully sourced ingredients prepared in reimagined ways by renowned chefs Tom Colicchio and Daniel Boulud. Our lower Manhattan restaurants, Temple Court and The Bar Room — with their Victorian-era settings, jewel-toned furnishings, and antique accents — transport you to the golden age of Old New York glamour. While the symbolic and casual Le Gratin — evokes a charming, welcoming ambiance connecting you to the traditional bistros and bouchons of France, known for their seasonal flavors and soulful cuisine. For a truly classic New York experience, descend to the cellar level and discover our new subterranean nightclub, Laissez Faire. Laissez Faire redefines the late-night scene with a vibrant atmosphere brimming with cinematic drama to complement your favorite libations.
Laissez Faire is a high-end, bespoke cocktail lounge located at 10 Theatre Alley, on the cellar level of The Beekman. The club’s design juxtaposes the structural foundation of the building with luxurious finishes and details, elevating the environment while maintaining its unique industrial essence. Laissez Faire is the perfect gathering spot for early evening cocktails and bites, with martini service and an extensive food offering. Later in the night, top-tier DJs from around the world step into the gold-foil booth that presides over the 4-point Danley Sound Labs system, playing a unique blend of timelessly cool tunes.
10 Theatre Alley, New York, New York 10038
Chef Daniel Boulud introduces Le Gratin, a Bouchon Lyonnais located in The Beekman, a timeless hotel in the heart of Lower Manhattan. Inspired by his hometown of Lyon, France, Chef Daniel Boulud opens a casual dining experience influenced by the notable bouchons and bistros of Lyon, best known for their lively ambiance, warm service and soulful Lyonnais-style cuisine.
Join us at Temple Court where a menu of classics, old and new, are reimagined by acclaimed chef Tom Colicchio, with his signature, seasonal touch. Settle into grey leather and mohair banquettes or along a wall of multicolored stained glass and savor favorites like stuffed rabbit loin with beluga lentils or dry-aged prime New York strip with roasted sunchokes.
Tel: +1 212 658 1848
In Thompson Hotel
The Bar Room at Temple Court
Ornamental Victorian wrought-iron railings catch the light pouring in from the pyramidal atrium skylight above The Bar Room at Temple Court in Lower Manhattan. Pull up a seat by the bar on one of 16 piped antique brass and emerald green stools or on a settle into a blue velvet sofa by a vast collection of books and dine from an all-day menu crafted by Tom Colicchio.
Tel: +1 212 658 1848
Atrium at Thompson Hotel