Enjoy FREE vintage movies along with drinks and bar bites to match the movie theme, at a historic NYC hotel that was a favorite spot for such Hollywood and music legends inlcuding Cary Grant and The Beatles. Vintage Movie Nights, at the Warwick New York Hotel, features their movies, on Sundays, through May 17th.
Here’s the vintage film schedule, and selected menu items, which range from $5 to $15.
Sunday, April 26 – Breakfast at Tiffany’s, starring Audrey Hepburn. The menu includes Champagne cocktail and Oysters Rockefeller.
Sunday, May 3 – Bringing Up Baby, starring Cary Grant. The menu includes lemon martini and devilled eggs.
Sunday, May 10 – A Hard Day’s Night, starring the Fab Four, also known as The Beatles. The menu includes British Bulldog Beer and fish & chips.
Sunday, May 17 – Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, starring Marilyn Monroe, Betty Grable and Bronx-born Lauren Bacall. The menu includes French 75 cocktails and Beef Wellington.
Vintage Movie Nights are 6pm to 9pm, at Randolph’s Bar & Lounge, named after William Randolph Hearst who commissioned the hotel to be built in 1926 as a romantic hideaway for his paramour, screen siren Marion Davies.
Over the years, the Warwick New York hotel also served as the East Coast hideout for many of Hollywood’s elite including Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Marion Davies, Audrey and Katherine Hepburn and Elvis Presley. It’s at 54th Street and Sixth Avenue, close to MoMA, Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, Central Park, and Rockefeller Center.