Fitzpatrick Hotel Group specials for the U.S. Open
NEW YORK — If you have U.S. Open fever, The Fitzpatrick Hotel Group invites you to cool off and catch up on every backhand, ace, and volley. From August 30th through September 12th, The Fitz Bar & Restaurant at the Fitzpatrick Manhattan and The Wheeltapper Pub at The Fitzpatrick Grand Central will transport you from curbside to courtside, serving up food, fun, and specialty cocktails, including:
The John Isner - A cocktail to be savored over a (very) long match. Vodka, coconut liqueur, banana liqueur, raspberry liqueur, pineapple juice shaken and served in a chilled martini glass.
The Martini Navratilova - A classic with a spin. Gin and dry vermouth shaken over ice and served with 3 blue cheese-stuffed olives.
The Fitz Bar & Restaurant, located on Lexington between 56th and 57th Streets, is a chic, relaxed spot to enjoy all the action from Flushing Meadows. Watch matches at the bar or lounge in The Library with your cocktail and one of The Fitz’s tempting small plates. If you are in the Grand Central area, The Wheeltapper Pub, located on 44th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues, offers two indoor bars and a spectacular 2,200-square-foot outdoor Patio that are ideal for catching Federer’s fancy footwork and Sharapova’s powerful ground strokes.
About Fitzpatrick Hotel Group
The Fitzpatrick Hotel Group operates two hotels in New York City. The Fitzpatrick Manhattan, located at 687 Lexington Avenue and offering 91 rooms and suites, blends intimacy and luxury with a refreshingly classic atmosphere in the heart of midtown. The Fitzpatrick Grand Central, located just 12 blocks away at 141 East 44th Street, with its 155 rooms and suites, provides warmth, hospitality and an elegant atmosphere perfect for a business trip or a family vacation in New York City.
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