Step through the beveled glass doors to the Oak Room
and it's as if you've taken a step through time and space, back to the
19th century and a place where noblemen gathered to tell tales of
glorious hunts and acts of chivalry.
Like the other rooms at Grand Prospect Hall, The Oak Room was
designed at the turn of the century to rival the Victorian elegance of
Europe. But this room was reserved as a gathering place for the
Gentlemen. Each detail of the decor from the sturdy tiger
oak paneling to the murals high on the walls depicting the spirit of
European royal life - reflects a strong, masculine flair.
Here, beneath the centerpiece mural of the serving maid
accompanied by angels beckoning: "Come in Brooklynites! You
cannot live by water alone!" was a place to relax, discuss
politics and the events of the day, while keeping company with
the other members of the genteel society.
Today the Oak Room continues its auspicious past and
its century-old tradition of elegant service and fine Dining.
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