The Oak Room
The Oak Room, New York’s fabled landmark, is open in The Plaza Hotel, reinstating the New York icon as the most romantic meeting spot in New York City and bringing old-world glamour to the next generation. Originally designed by Henry Hardenbergh in 1907 as a men’s bar, The Oak Room closed during Prohibition and re-opened in 1934 as a full service restaurant. The Oak Room’s detailed wood-paneled walls and barrel-vaulted ceiling remain today, as do the three carved niche with murals of German feudal castles that fill the arches.
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