Dining


Italian Charm Meets New York Sophistication

Savor each moment of your day with food which is not only an essential part of the rhythm of daily life, but familiar and filled with rich traditions. From a morning espresso and housemade Cornetto, an afternoon snack of Roman-style pizza, to an evening of delicately handmade pasta, Feroce Ristorante shares the authentic experience of Italian dining. Nightcap, anyone? The best view in the city is at our glass-enclosed rooftop lounge. Take a slice of Rome, add a shot of Chelsea, and give it all a Moxy-style twist, and you’ve got a day’s worth of enticing options for dining and drinking.

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Feroce Ristorante

Featuring both classic Italian dishes and modern interpretations, the ristorante’s menus reflect the cuisine found across Italy by using ingredients imported from historic brands and small producers as well as fresh produce from local purveyors.

Italian

The Fleur Room

Topping off the hotel, on the 35th floor, is The Fleur Room rooftop bar and lounge. Encased in glass, it showcases panoramic 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline, from the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor to the Empire State Building and beyond.

Dress code: Casual

Philosophy of Feroce

The Concept of Feroce was created when storied Italian restaurant Antica Pesa of Rome and Brooklyn, joined forces with renowned worldwide restaurant group Tao. Feroce, meaning ferocious in Italian, was inspired by the elegance and tradition of Italy, plus the energy and sophistication of Manhattan.

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Breakfast

Continental breakfast, fee from 15.00 USD

Full American breakfast, fee from 15.00 USD

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Feroce Caffè

With airplane hangar–style doors opening onto 28th Street, our caffè and pasticceria draws inspiration from Rome’s beloved caffè culture serving authentic espresso and cappuccino, fresh pastries, sandwiches, pizzettes, and Italian wines and beers.

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Bar Feroce

Italian snack bar and lounge on the second floor, offering a modern twist on traditional spuntini, little bar bites, and merende, the afternoon snacks your mother used to make - sharable Roman comfort dishes, oven-fired pizzas and classic cocktails.

American, 0.5 MILES

Cookshop

Dress code: Casual

Spanish, 0.3 MILES

El Quinto Pino

Dress code: Casual

Seafood, 0.4 MILES

Txikto

Dress code: Casual

Spanish, 0.5 MILES

Tia Pol

Dress code: Casual

Mediterranean, 0.3 MILES

ILILI

Dress code: Casual

Mexican, 0.3 MILES

Losa Tacos No.1

Dress code: Casual

Eclectic, 0.3 MILES

Dizengoff

Dress code: Casual

Japanese, 0.3 MILES

Sushi Seki Chelsea

Dress code: Casual

Seafood, 0.5 MILES

Legasea

Dress code: Casual

Seafood, 0.2 MILES

Los Mariscos

Dress code: Casual

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