A taste of Netflix’s top-rated series Bridgerton is coming to NYC in April! The Queen’s Ball: A Bridgerton Experience is a royal affair like none other. But New York is home to many places fit for royalty!
Whether it’s high tea parlors, velvet sofas or an eatery and bar dedicated to Oscar Wilde, the Victorian Era has inspired many spots in the Big Apple. Embrace all the Bridgerton vibes at our list of places below!
It doesn’t get any better or more Bridgerton than attending the Queen’s Ball! Dress in your finest attire to become the night’s diamond. Experience various performances, listen to musicians play hits we know and love from the Bridgerton soundtrack, enjoy many photo ops and sip on incredible themed-cocktails!
Location: Mediapro Manhattan Studio 508 W 37th StMake haste and secure your tickets to the Queen’s Ball, an experience in NYC the ton will be talking about!
The old-school elegance and charm of Barbetta date back to 1906. Its Victorian decor makes you feel like you’re Queen Charlotte herself! This iconic Italian-American eatery on restaurant row is decorated with 18th-century Piemontese antiques. We can’t get enough of the grand chandelier that hangs in the main dining room.
Location: 321 W 46th St.Have some Northern Italian bites before stepping into the Queen’s Ball!
3) Dear Irving (Marie Antoinette/Victoria Room)
With room names like Marie Antoinette and Victoria (includes the bar), this space at Dear Irving is nothing short of luxurious. The Marie Antoinette room is a spacious setting with red/pink velvet sofas and curtains. This lavish room also has gold wallpaper and mirrors to match.
Location: 55 Irving PlaceHave a drink after you head to the Bridgerton Ball in NYC!
4) Ladurée Soho
Perfect for an elevated bite to eat or afternoon tea time, Ladurée Soho is incredible. This French patisserie and restaurant has a vintage European flair. The spot even has a glorious garden cafe that is fit for royalty. You’ll forget you’re even in NYC when you’re in the ambiance of Ladurée.
Location: 398 W BroadwayA patisserie Madam Delacroix would approve of!
5) Lillie’s Victorian Establishment
It’s all in the name! From the art, large columns and even their drinks encapsulate European elegant pubby vibe. It’s kind of the spot where if you were royal, you’d probably unleash…unwind at this spot. Lillie’s Victorian Establishment even has royal sounding drinks like the gin based Pale Princess and Purple Prince and the whiskey based Count of Connacht.
Location: 249 W 49th St. (near Times Square) + 13 E 17th St (near Union Square)Pre-game like Season 1 Anthony Bridgerton before the ball!
6) Lady Mendl’s Tea Salon
When it comes to slaying like a Queen, you need some tea! Lady Mendl’s Tea Salon is quaint and intimate. It might not be as glitzy as other tea parlors, but the rustic floral-forward space is perfect for a special brunch! Feel like you’re hanging with the Bridgerton family in 19th-century England!
Location: 56 Irving PlaceSpill the tea before attending the Queen’s Ball!
7) Le Boudoir (Brooklyn)
We know you rewinded every scene between Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma in Season 2. If you’re a hopeless romantic, you might enjoy the dark and sensual mood of Le Boudoir in Brooklyn! Think of the spot as a mix of author Anne Rice and Bridgerton creator Shonda Rhimes. Le Boudoir is all about romance and red velvet! If pre-married Duke of Hastings Simon Bassett (in Season 1) was a room this would be it, and we love that for you.
Location: 135 Atlantic Ave.Cut a rug with a Duke or Count at the Queen’s Ball!
8) The Russian Tea Room
Another iconic tea spot is the Russian Tea Room; it was founded by the Russian Imperial Ballet in 1927. It has been home to many “elite” classes from actors, writers, and politicians. So if you want to feel a baller, The Russian Tea Room could be an option.
Location: 150 West 57th StreetEnjoy the luxurious decor before a night out at this Bridgerton ball in NYC!
9) Oscar Wilde
The building Oscar Wilde is in has a history dating back to 1909. This restaurant and bar is an homage to the Irish playwright during the Victorian era. There are elements of the space such as the fireplace and standing clock from the 1800s. Much of this Oscar Wilde-themed establishment is doused in history at every turn.
Location: 45 West 27th StreetLive like Lady Whistledown, with Oscar Wilde abandon at the Bridgerton Experience!
10) The Palm Court at The Plaza Hotel
Head here for breakfast, afternoon tea, or an evening cocktail at this spot which has been delighting guests for over 100 years! With soaring glass dome ceilings, sky-high palm trees and plants, and intricate decor that oozes extravagance. The Palm Court is elegant and timeless, the perfect spot to tap into your inner Lady Danbury!
Location: 768 5th Ave