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Feinstein's at the Regency - CLOSED

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A fun and magical night at Feinstein's

Our first trip to New York and wanted a low key evening at the hotel we were staying at, we have... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2012
Lone Tree, Colorado
Fabulous cabaret

We loved Michael Feinstein's performance. The young performer he introduced, Nick from Syracuse... read more

Reviewed 20 December 2012
Deborah B
Orlando, Florida
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  • Excellent61%
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  • Average11%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible17%
20 Dec 2012
“Fabulous cabaret”
19 Nov 2012
“A Magical Surprise”
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540 Park Ave, New York City, NY
Upper East Side
+1 212-339-4095
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Reviewed 20 December 2012

We loved Michael Feinstein's performance. The young performer he introduced, Nick from Syracuse (can't remember his last name) was incredible. Only 16 and already sounding like a pro. The room is very intimate so we struck up a conversation with the people sitting next to...More

Thank Deborah B
Reviewed 19 November 2012

This was great. I was invited to go as someone's guest and this was probably the best show I've seen in New York so far. It's interactive and the close-up magic was incredible! Bills were changing before our eyes, spoons bend, things float- WTH right??...More

2  Thank stndev
Reviewed 17 September 2012

Great place to see a show. Cozy room with gracious host and first class wait staff. Would likely dine elsewhere for dinner, but the options for appetizers suffices for a late night treat while watching the show.

2  Thank LovetoTravel12453
Reviewed 19 July 2012

I took my two kids to Magical Nights this evening and it was fantastic. It's unknown to most people and it is a find. Great food and wonderful entertainment. Michael Chaut is an amazing magician and really funny. Our whole family had a terrific evening...More

1  Thank JHarris60763
Reviewed 24 June 2012

Our first trip to New York and wanted a low key evening at the hotel we were staying at, we have three children ranging 21, 18 and 6. Thought I would try the Magical Night and we were happy that we did. The room was...More

Thank Cudiva
Reviewed 2 April 2012

I went to Feinstein's this past weekend and it exceeded my expectations. Everything was perfect from the atmosphere to the food. I will definitely go back!

Thank Melivard
Reviewed 21 March 2012

I was excited about being able to go to a Cabarete while staying at the Regency but was sadly disappointed, so much so that I left before the show was even over. I really expected so much more from the Regency. It is a small...More

1  Thank j g
Reviewed 17 March 2012

For a NYC experience , see Michael Chaut's magic at Loews Regency. The venue is an intimate supper club with with less twelve tables (so I recall) and the audience is mostly local. Consider the food and drink minimum as part of the (reasonable) ticket...More

Thank mary l
Reviewed 21 February 2012

Nice atmosphere, comfy couches, yeah whatever. Dropped in for a couple of drinks mid-afternoon. $22 apiece. Unless Kate Upton's serving it, wearing a bikini, no drink in the world is worth $22. I mean, the Beverly Hills Hotel "only" charges $18. Cheapest glass of wine...More

4  Thank CharlesUNC85
Reviewed 24 December 2011

Very enjoyable entertainment in a cabaret environment. Looking forward to another show!

1  Thank abarasol
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