Dining Room, Bench, Chair, Table, Stools, Ceiling Lighting, Medium Hardwood Floor, Concrete Floor, and Bar It wasn’t long before we found ourselves craving the comforts of our room again. The marble rain shower, corrugated leather headboards, a Triple Clear filtered water purification system, Fresnel glass light fixtures and a tiny indoor garden designed by Harrison Green were too lovely to stay away from for too long. We opted for a night in and were anxious to order room service and make the most of having privacy while being well connected to the landscape. But the restaurant wasn’t open yet, so room service wasn’t available. (We lamented the fact that there’s a room service menu you can’t order from on the room’s iPad, which also controls the room’s temperature and lighting.) Eventually, we made our way down to Neighbors, the café in the lobby that offers fresh, seasonal picnic fare, including a few offerings for kids, from Brooklyn purveyors, and placed a to-go order to bring back to our room. The large plate of raw vegetables and field greens drizzled with harissa vinaigrette and two whole grain flatbreads—one with skirt steak, black garlic spread, caramelized onions, gorgonzola and watercress, and another with prosciutto picante, grilled scallions and sun-dried tomatoes—that we ended up with were a welcome alternative to having to wait in line at Shake Shack or Juliana’s Pizza.   Photo 10 of 13 in On the Waterfront: 
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It wasn’t long before we found ourselves craving the comforts of our room again. The marble rain shower, corrugated leather headboards, a Triple Clear filtered water purification system, Fresnel glass light fixtures and a tiny indoor garden designed by Harrison Green were too lovely to stay away from for too long. We opted for a night in and were anxious to order room service and make the most of having privacy while being well connected to the landscape. But the restaurant wasn’t open yet, so room service wasn’t available. (We lamented the fact that there’s a room service menu you can’t order from on the room’s iPad, which also controls the room’s temperature and lighting.) Eventually, we made our way down to Neighbors, the café in the lobby that offers fresh, seasonal picnic fare, including a few offerings for kids, from Brooklyn purveyors, and placed a to-go order to bring back to our room. The large plate of raw vegetables and field greens drizzled with harissa vinaigrette and two whole grain flatbreads—one with skirt steak, black garlic spread, caramelized onions, gorgonzola and watercress, and another with prosciutto picante, grilled scallions and sun-dried tomatoes—that we ended up with were a welcome alternative to having to wait in line at Shake Shack or Juliana’s Pizza.

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