Mark Grossich, owner and CEO of Hospitality Holdings, New York’s leading owner and operator of an extensive roster of hospitality venues that include upscale cocktail lounges, rooftop lounges, outdoor cafés, restaurants, and historical venues, has announced that the company has added three new properties to its upscale portfolio, including Lexington’s at the Court Hotel, a St. Giles Premier Hotel; The Falls Outdoor Café located in Greenacre Park; and The House in Gramercy Park, one of New York City’s most romantic restaurants.
[pullquote_left]These acquisitions will continue to bolster Hospitality Holdings’ reputation for providing New York City’s most refreshingly civilized places to meet and will complement our current locations including The Campbell Apartment, The World Bar, The Carnegie Club, Madison & Vine, Bookmarks, DAG’S, and The Campbell Terrace,” says Mark Grossich.[/pullquote_left] Lexington’s will offer classic cocktails, craft beverages, and a selection of new American small plates. Lexington’s boasts a chic atmosphere, complete with plush ottomans, cozy banquette areas, and an elongated 25-foot bar. Adjacent to the bar is the “Billiard Room,” which features a vintage billiard table, a working fireplace, comfortable leather chairs and plush sofas.

Featuring a carefully crafted drinks menu, Lexington’s offers a wide selection of premium spirits plus domestic and international beers. Craft cocktail selections include the signature,Lexington’s Punch (Pierre Ferrand Ambre Cognac, Pierre Ferrand dry curacao, fresh lemon and orange juices, ginger syrup and lavender bitters) and the Heavenly Saint (Hendrick’s gin, St. Germain Elderflower liqueur, muddled rosemary and strawberries topped with champagne).


Try Lexington’s Punch Cocktail:


  • 1 oz. Pierre Ferrand cognac
  • 3/4 oz. Pierre Ferrand dry curacao
  • 1/2 oz. Canton Ginger Liqueur
  • 3/4 oz. Lemon juice
  • 3/4 oz. Orange juice
  • 2 dashes of Lavender bitters

Preparation: Shake and strain into a white wine glass with ice. Garnish with a lemon wedge.

“The Falls” is an outdoor café located in the tranquil Greenacre Park, which is in the heart of the East Side commercial and residential area, on the north side of East 51st Street. The Park, which is composed of three levels, boasts a 25-foot-high waterfall composed of huge sculpted granite blocks and a mass of falling water, surrounded by lush greenery. The east wall is also comprised of granite blocks, with water trickling down to a brook running from the sidewalk entrance to the dramatic waterfall.

The House in Gramercy Park is situated in a vintage carriage house located at 121 East 17th Street and will feature a lunch, dinner, and brunch menu. The restaurant is a magnificently restored 1854 carriage house that boasts a three-floor layout, classic interior, fireplace, skylights, and spectacular view of New York City’s most charming neighborhood.

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