A Snazzy, Art Deco Restaurant For Brunch: The Lambs Club
This relaxed, white tablecloth American restaurant offers a contemporary approach to classic American cooking all while enjoying surroundings inspired by the 18th century.
Located in the heart of the theatre district in Manhattan, New York, The Lambs Club dishes up a straight forward menu inclusive of eggs, fresh fruit, and pastry assortments for brunch but the real charm of the restaurant lies in the all inclusive atmosphere of its space.
This relaxed, white tablecloth American restaurant sited in Midtown Manhattan and Broadway offers a contemporary approach to classic American cooking all while enjoying surroundings inspired by the 18th century. There’s the signature fireplace and Art Deco lamps adorned with red banquet booths, and the side by side photographs of famous people staring at you as you eat.
With interiors ritzy enough to assume a standard uniform dress code - one that requires well tailored suiting and alike, it’s safe to say that in actuality, guests aren’t necessarily overly dressed in formal wear. The venue allows for casual wear as simple as a crew neck sweater, and chinos or a pair of jeans.
For brunch, the complimentary bread is a must try - Warm, buttery, and incredibly appetizing. The TLC burger makes for a flavorsome followup. Then there is the cabot sharp cheddar cheese with the special sauce that makes for a worthwhile finger-licking option.
For an exceptional healthy option — the breakfast bowl with greek yogurt, fruit salad, dried fruit, granola, honey & mint is highly recommended, as it will surely exceed your palate expectations.
The dining experience is made complete with an attentive, approachable, and warm service, making for a very memorable visit.
The Lambs Club
132 W 44th St
New York, NY 10036