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Broadway Afternoon Tea
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by Plaza PR Team

The Palm Court at The Plaza Debuts Broadway Afternoon Tea in Celebration of the Tony Awards

The Broadway Tea pays homage to past Tony Award winners during NYC’s Broadway Week

January 16 – February 4, 2018

The Palm Court at The Plaza will contemporize its iconic Afternoon Tea menu with the brand-new, limited run Broadway Tea, created in celebration of the annual Tony Awards.

The menu honors past Tony Award winners with new dishes inspired by the beloved Broadway shows.

“The Plaza has endless ties to the Broadway community, including hosting the annual Tony Awards Gala,” explains The Plaza’s Executive Chef Sani Hebaj. “We created a new menu at The Palm Court that honors the talented Broadway community with this timeless tradition.”

“Afternoon Tea at The Palm Court is such an iconic New York tradition, and we are so pleased that theatre fans from around the world will be able to celebrate the Tony Awards season through such a lovely tradition,” said Heather Hitchens, President, the American Theatre Wing and Charlotte St. Martin, President, The Broadway League.

The Broadway Tea features an array of sweet and savory bites including: the Kinky Beets Canape to celebrate Kinky Boots, a Roast Beef Bahn Mi that honors Miss Saigon and is a play on a traditional Afternoon Tea menu item (the Roast Beef and Horseradish Sandwich), a house-made mini Sweet Victory Cherry Pie for the sweet treats from Waitress, and a layered French Opera Cake inspired by Phantom of the Opera. The tea ($95/person) also includes a glass of bubbly, and a special chocolate Tony Award medallion, an ode to the partnership.

The menu will be available at The Palm Court for the duration of Broadway Week (January 16 – February 4, 2018).

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