Dowling’s at the Carlyle Opens

Dowling's at The Carlyle

Photo by Flickr user Enrique Vázquez

After much anticipation, the Upper East Side’s Caryle Hotel at 35 East 76th Street has reopened its dining room restaurant on October 12 as Dowling’s at the Carlyle. Named after the hotel’s former owner, Robert Whittle Dowling, the reimagined eatery is led by Executive Chef Sylvain Delpique from the now-closed 21 Club.

“Newly appointed Executive Chef Sylvain Delpique (formerly of 21 Club) has created a menu that features his interpretations of timeless New York favorites and throwback dishes from another era,” reads Dowling’s website.

The 80-seat dining room was designed by @tonychi.studio and is filled with over 180 works of art.

The new restaurant’s menus features a ‘butcher’s cut’ section with three types of steak and a roasted half chicken’; dover sole and salt-baked branzino which are filleted tableside; and a pumpkin-ricotta raviolo.

Bemelmans Bar also reopened in the hotel on May 11, welcoming patrons for the first time since it was forced to shut its doors in March 2020 due to the pandemic.

Learn more and make a reservation here.




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