Parker & Quinn is the signature restaurant at the Refinery Hotel. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails in a nostalgic atmosphere that offers an American dining and creative cocktail experience. Parker and Quinn features classic, 1900’s New York City design with a vintage feel in the Refinery Hotel.
My friend and I decided to eat here for breakfast on a Tuesday morning around 10am. We had made reservations but they were not necessary. If you head there for brunch or dinner, I would definitely suggest making reservations as they tend to be a little busier.
The two of us were seated in a cozy elevated booth, which is the perfect size for a group of friends to brunch in. Brunch drinks are a must so to start we ordered two drink boards. The drink boards are a fun and cute idea when you are having brunch with friends. We ordered one Bubbly Board which included raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, chantilly whipped cream, elderflower liqueur, peach purée, and blood orange purée. You then are able to make the drink of your choice at the table. We also ordered one of the Bloody Boards which included bloody carafe, accompanied by: pickled veggies, pimento olives, bacon, pepperjack cheese, celery, horseradish, beef boullion, and assorted hot sauces to make your own table-side Bloody Mary drinks. I would definitely recommend trying either of these boards. They were a unique twist on ordering your everyday mimosa and bloody mary.
The breakfast and the brunch menus have a ton of delicious options. I was torn between ordering the Greek yogurt with trademark’s granola, berries or honey and the malted waffle with New Hampshire maple syrup, and whipped salted butter. So I just decided to ordered both and was very happy I did!
Whether you are dining as a guest in the hotel, or enjoying a night out on the town. Parker & Quinn is the perfect laid back yet classy spot. Prices are average for the area. Most entrees will run you around $20 per person and the portions are large!
* This post is sponsored by Parker & Quinn