Waldorf Salad Was Invented Here In New York, And You Can Grab One From The Waldorf Astoria In New York City
By Christy Articola|Published July 21, 2022
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The Waldorf Astoria in Midtown Manhattan is one of the most famous hotels in the world. It’s no surprise that over the last nine decades, this hotel has been host to so many important people. It’s iconic, and the level of service that guests receive at the Waldorf Astoria is always top-notch.
What many people might not realize, though, is that a famous and now commonplace dish was invented here. Have you ever had a Waldorf salad? The Waldorf Astoria made it first! Read on to learn more.
Unfortunately, the Waldorf Astoria is currently closed for a $1 billion renovation project. However, it plans to reopen in 2023. Put it on your list of New York City to-dos in the future – it’s sure to be even more beautiful after the remodel is complete.