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Feinstein's at Loews Regency
At 61st Street 540 Park Ave New York City, NY 10021
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24 events
2 reviews
0 stars
Tables are very close together and at times can be hard to see based on where you sit
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24 events
2 reviews
0 stars
Ate a late lunch before we arrived, but the wine selection was limited and expensive
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Feinstein's at Loews Regency
11 ratings
4.7 average rating
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5 events
2 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 16 2011

Last night I took my friend, Casey McClellan, who has long worked with the NY Pops and Skitch Henderson, to Eric's show at Feinstein's. We were both blown away at how terrific and generous and beautifully constructed it is... and thinking back...continued

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23 events
6 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 26 2010

The Frank Vignola Trio and Bucky Pizzarelli provided top-notch entertainment. Food and beverages, however, are very expensive; and the menu is rather limited in terms of dinner selections.

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19 events
5 reviews
20 stars
attended Nov 12 2011

This is a wonderful venue for watching cabaret performances. It is just INCREDIBLY expensive for those of us not used to NYC prices ($22 for a cocktail that wasn't very good). But it was worth it for a one-evening splurge.

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“An invaluable New York institution” --New York Post


January 15, 2012: *_An Evening with Tamela D’Amico*_

Take a recipe perfected by Sinatra, seasoned with equal parts Billie Holiday and Streisand, add a teaspoon of Ella, a dash of Peggy Lee and the result is pure heaven. With her cover girl looks, Italian-American roots and easy style, it’s no surprise that Tamela D’Amico’s been dubbed “Sinatra in heels” as she celebrates her album Got a Little Story. And like her predecessor, her talents stretch into the world of film and television, both as an actress and an award-winning writer/director — but that’s another story! Tamela transports audiences back in time to a place where bands were big, dames sang sweet and the jazz was sublime.