June 28, 2017, 1 a.m.
This special area is one that just about everyone in New York knows about. It has panoramic views from the Statue of Liberty to the Brooklyn Bridge, giving you plenty of viewing space. Well, this area might feel a bit like your morning commute due to how busy it is and that it is free. Despite the business that is Brooklyn Heights during 4th of July, it is still worth the view.
Although the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks are now over the East River, if you live in New Jersey, there is no need to worry. This mega-bar, Surf City, offers spectacular views of the state’s biggest fireworks display over the Hudson River. Even better news is that there is no cover, therefore you can spend your money on a Mai-Tai or some turf food options.
If you desire a more intimate and quiet place to enjoy the 4th of July Fireworks, Grand Ferry Park is calling your name. Located in Williamsburg, Grand Ferry Park offers clear and uninterrupted views of the fireworks spectacular while also giving you a more relaxing ambiance.
If you have a bit of country blood and you and you want to get back to your roots for the day, Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm is your stop on this 4th of July. Enjoy a barbecue with a view while you munch on some finger-licking good fried chicken, collard greens, and smoked pulled pork. What is better than eating Southern-style comfort food watching one of the most beautiful fireworks display of the year? We know, a dance party shortly after to burn off all of that pulled park and iced tea!
Who says you can only watch the beautiful firework spectacle on land? If you are feeling more adventurous and you desire a more luxurious evening with memorable entertainment on an upscale yacht, then an evening 4th of July Cruise is on the menu. Watch the 4th of July event on a luxurious yacht and be in the heart of the action right near Statue of Liberty.
From all of us at NYC Rooftop Crawl, enjoy 4th of July with friends, your loved ones, special someone, or yourself. Share with them one of these special hot spots for 2017’s 4th of July, and your holiday is bound to be special.
By NYC Rooftop Bar Crawl