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Waldorf=Astoria
5th Avenue and West 34th Street  Map Waldorf=Astoria at Google  (1893 - 1929)
301 Park Avenue  Map Waldorf=Astoria at Google  (1931 - Present)
New York, New York (United States)
Tel: 212.355.3000          
Website: Waldorf=Astoria
  • Peacock Alley; Bull and Bear Steakhouse & Bar; Oscar's American Brasserie; Inagiku Restaurant (1974-2009)
(1893 -1929 ; 1931 - )

 
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Back of the House
Duration Name Position
2016 - Present Peter Betz Executive Chef
2012 - 2013 Christopher Eagle
Peacock, Oscar's, Bull&Bear
Restaurant Chef
2011 - 2016 David Garcelon Director of Culinary
2006 - 2007 Alan Ashkinaze
Room Service Chef
Chef de Cuisine
2004 - 2011 Peter Daledda Executive Sous Chef
  -- Adam Goetz Chef Saucier
  -- Robert Trainor Executive Sous Chef
1998 - 2002 Eddy Leroux
Peacock Alley
Chef de Cuisine
  -- Michael Hu Pastry Chef
1997 - 1998 Jeroen van den Bos
Peacock Alley/Oscar's
Sous Chef
1995 - 2000 Wayne Homsi Sous Chef
Saucier
Tournant
1995 - 1996 Timothy Jones Banquet Chef
  -- Michael Schulson --
1994 - 1996 Alan Ashkinaze Sous Chef
  -- Cornelius Gallagher
Peacock Alley
Apprentice/Commis
  -- Carlos Guia Saucier
Station Cook
1985 - 2009 John Doherty Executive Chef
1978 - 1985 John Doherty Sous Chef
Saucier
Extern
  -- Hans Prager Apprentice/Commis
  -- Kenneth Hansen --
Front of the House
Duration Name Position
2016 - Present David Garcelon Executive Director, Food & Beverage
1999 - 2001 David A. Singer Sommelier d'Hôtel
1997 - 2003 Christophe Le Chatton Food & Beverage Director
Last updated: 2016-05-06

 
  • William Waldorf Astor razed his home at Fifth Avenue and Thirty-fourth Street to construct The Waldorf Hotel, which opened in March 1893.
  • After John Jacob Astor IV built the Astoria next door in 1897, the two hotels were run jointly as the Waldorf-Astoria.
  • The original hotel was closed on 3 May 1929 to accommodate construction of the Empire State Building.
  • A new Waldorf-Astoria was constructed on the block extending from Park Avenue to Lexington, between Forty-ninth and Fiftieth Streets and opened in 1931.

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