Hotel Chantelle

Restaurants, French Lower East Side
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Hotel Chantelle
Hotel Chantelle

Find French-Mediterranean fare and classically inspired cocktails at this posh tri-level bar and restaurant. Chef Jeff Kreisel (Porter House New York) executes dishes such as lobster tagliatelle, pan-roasted snapper and veal milanese at the 130-seat rooftop restaurant. To drink, choose from quaffs like the Bramble (gin, blackberry liqueur, lemon juice) and the Pineapple Express (pineapple-infused tequila, red grapefruit juice).


Venue name: Hotel Chantelle
Address: 92 Ludlow St
New York
Cross street: between Broome and Delancey Sts
Opening hours: Daily 5pm–4am
Transport: Subway: F to Delancey St; J, Z, M to Delancey–Essex Sts
Price: Average drink: $12. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Jillian Anthony
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My friends and I celebrated a special occasion with bottle service here. We were looking for a place that wouldn't be insanely crowded or insanely expensive, with a crowd we wouldn't hate. That's a lot to ask for in New York, but Hotel Chantelle was a pretty good choice. There are multiple dance floors you can move between, and if you have bottle service you can move your whole table. It's more of a lowkey option if you're looking for a place to dance the night away.

Ashleigh B

I came here for brunch for a friend's birthday a couple of weeks ago, and I walked away very disappointed. We were a table of 9 and had the set menu and bottomless brunch which involved share plates for the table. The food was fine enough, but not worth the $75 price tag per head (drinks and tip + tax included). There are many other venues that do a bottomless brunch for much better value and quality. As we were downstairs, it was very dark and quiet with little atmosphere. We were able to go upstairs to the roof afterwards, which had a much better vibe. If coming here for brunch, I would recommend trying to get a table upstairs and ordering individual meals.

Kelsey D

One of my favorite places to go out in the city when I am looking for an exciting night! There is always a big crowd, but I don't feel like I am being pushed and shoved and having a hard time getting drinks like many other popular night spots in the area! Theres usually a line, but it moves fast! 


*Review for brunch only*

Quoting Mean Girls. Wearing layers in the fall. The Valencia filter. 

On the grand list of "things white girls adore", the brunch at Hotel Chantelle is up there with all of the greats. 

Don't get me wrong, it's a very good time. Probably my favorite food out of all the boozy brunch places I've been in the city. Everything is served family style, so assert your presence at the table. If you must prioritize (don't you just hate it when that thing you want is on the opposite side of the table?), make sure you get your hands on the truffle tater tots (because, truffle) and stuffed french toast (because, do you really need a because?).

The scene I'd define as rowdy yet refined. Brunch cocktails being spilled all over the place, juxtaposed with a live jazz trio in the corner. Interesting dynamic. But to digress to my initial point, it doesn't get more "basic" than this. I've been many times, and when the guy on the mic says "I just wanna give a shout out to all the birthday girls here today!", the entire room erupts in cheers because I'm pretty sure everyone there is attending a (somewhere between 23rd and 28th) birthday party.

But please, and I cannot stress this enough... 

Truffle. Tater. Tots. 


I <3 Hotel Chantelle. Saturday nights are always a good time. The basement can get crowded, but what do you want, it's a hot spot in NYC! DJ Louie XIV typically spins on Saturday's and plays the best mash-ups/pop/a little bit of everything to please the crowd. The place is 3 floors, so you can roam throughout with each having a different vibe and music. This place is also well-known for it's brunch parties as well. 

Maria M

Such a great brunch spot! Live jazz band, delicious food, cheap drinks - it's a great combo. They have two great drinks that cost 90 cents, and your traditional brunch drinks cost only $5. For food recommendations, try the breakfast pizza and the truffle tater tots. Went with a group of 9 of us and we wound up only having to pay $41 including tax & tip. You can also just go up and hang at the bar, which is fun if you want to chill and can't get a reservation. The overall ambiance is really nice since it is on the rooftop (obviously covered in the winter) and it's a lot of fun!

vincent a

I went here witha couple of friends to celebrate my 21st birthday and I had one of the best nights of my life! Indi Romero, my promoter, got us a table filled with drinks at club! My friends and I literally spent NO money at this high-end place! I simply cannot explain in words how happy I am to have met Indi! If you want to check this place out, contact him! I don't want to give his number out over the internet, BUT you can def. find him on Facebook or google!)

Bruno T

Nice place to chill with your friends. I have been there many times recently. Always a good place to go to. I booked the party through Indi at Joonbug. He cut the line for me and my friends and got us into the club right away :) thanks to him I didnt spend any money (he got us tons of free drinks!!). I asked him how could I thank him, so he told me to pass his name to more people! He works at the best venues every weekend, and u can find him on FB: Indi Romero

Miao P

I manage/host Hotel Chantelle +limo rides+ 50+ venues in the city. To be part of my guest list, or table reservation, contact me, 917-885-1667,, Instagram: partywifmao =)