2 East 61st Street, NY,NY 10065

Phone Number

(212) 940-8113

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Two E Bar/Lounge


Two E Bar/Lounge is located in the Hotel Pierre, at 2 East 61st Street.

Nearby garages, or hotel valet parking is available. Call (212) 940-8113 for information.

The street-level main entrance of the hotel is easily accessible.

An elevator will get you to the lower level, where Two E is located.

Carpet covers the floor.

Couches, chairs and low tables are nicely spaced for navigation.

A single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroom is in an alcove next to the lounge.

There is no baby-changing station.


    Doors:  several sets of double-doors to the hotel
    Elevators:  three to lower level
    Ramps:  none
    Steps and staircases:  to lower level
    Width of aisles:  spacious
    Places to sit:  couches, chairs
    Location of restrooms:  in alcove
    Type of restroom:  single-occupancy, handicpped-accessible
    Ease of entry and exit:  good
    Baby changing station:  no
    Friendliness of staff:  aim to please
    Notes:  * parking needs to be found in a nearby garage or given to hotel valet - call (212)940-8113 for further information

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What better way to celebrate a friend’s birthday for two people who love to do “high tea” than to spend an afternoon at Two E Bar/Lounge in the Hotel Pierre. This iconic hotel, located across the street from Central Park, has been open since 1930.

We parked in the theater district because we were going to the theater that evening. Garages can be found much closer than we parked. Valet parking is available from the hotel.

Entering through the street-level main entrance was easy. Since Two E is located on the lower level we took some time  look around at the architecture and decor of the lobby level.  An elevator transported us to the Bar. We entered an elegant “living room” with cozy sofas and chairs and low tables. Carpeting covers the floor and helps to keep the noise level low.  Our reserved table was easy to get to.  Tables are nicely separated so that conversation is easy.

Our server(s) was gracious.  After asking some questions due to my food allergy he proceeded to point out each item being served and telling us the exact ingredients.  He even offered to change anything that wasn’t acceptable.  In thinking about it afterward, it would have been better for me to have discussed it when I made the reservation. Everyone seemed very anxious to please.  Delicious champagne and a variety of excellent teas (we especially liked the house blend) accompanied an assortment of tea sandwiches, scones and pastries. All of this made for a lovely “high tea” birthday.  We are thinking about what other occasions we can celebrate here!

Two E was originally the hotel’s reading room.  It has retained its original details and architecture, highlighted by a central copper bar.  This neoclassical room, serving tea by day, transforms into an  Art Deco bar with gourmet bites and music at night.

A single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroom, with easy access, is just off the bar area.  There is no baby-changing station.

As always, we at Desination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website,, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”



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