March 10, 2015, 3:10 p.m.
230 FIFTH is New York's largest outdoor Rooftop Garden and fully enclosed Penthouse Lounge. With breathtaking views of the NYC skyline.
230 FIFTH has two floors, one is fully enclosed (Penthouse Lounge) and private event rooms, as well as an outdoor rooftop. Our Rooftop Garden also has very large, oversize umbrellas for rainy days, or for very hot sunny days, we partially heat the rooftop in cooler months. 230 Fifth is a lounge however, we do offer a full food menu.
230 5th avenue New York NY
This is an amazing Rooftop bar located on top of the Thompson hotel in the Lower east side of Manhattan. The venue has a panoramic view with a retractable view.
190 Allen street New York NY
Attic rooftop bar and lounge is located in Midtown New York. This is a 5,000 sqft bi-level space located on top of the Hilton Garden Hotel.
Attic Rooftop bar and lounge
251 West 48th street New York NY
Nothing compares to Ric Addison’s – Ava Lounge Rooftop’s panoramic views of the Hudson River to Times Square. From Sunset to nightfall the city lights of Broadway compete with starry skies creating an unforgettable experience of the city.
Located on the Penthouse of the Dream Hotel, AVA Lounge lies somewhere between that of a grand hotel and the elegant home of a chic hostess. Part Riviera, part Rome with inflections of South Beach, the decor sets the tone for contemporary elegance. Under the sun, experience the perfect alternative to the Hamptons scene. Ric Addison’ – AVA LOUNGE’S chilled out vibe will have you relaxing your sun-kissed skin while sipping one of our signature rooftop cocktails.
The DL & Dinner on Ludlow is a Restaurant/Lounge located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. If you are looking for an extra ordinary nightlife or after work experience, then The DL has what you are looking for. It boasts two separate rooms that can operate independently or in conjunction with one another, accommodating a wide range of parties and special events.
The third floor is the crown jewel of The DL. Its spacious room, retractable roof, and outdoor patio are a one of a kind experience that transports you away from the streets and offers an entirely new perspective of the Lower East Side. Add to that amazing views of the Williamsburg Bridge, relaxed atmosphere and DJ’s that set the ambiance, and your senses will be invigorated. Reservations and table service are available and recommended on the weekends.
In New York, as in life, absurdity and pleasure often go hand in hand. The elevator ride to the roof of the McKittrick Hotel, home of the immersive theatre show “Sleep No More,” involves eerie overheard music and portentous chitchat—eye-roll-inducing haunted-mansion fare. But Gallow Green, the bar on the rooftop, is more of a secret garden: an open-air space with wooden tables, creeping vines, bursting flowers, and a view of the High Line and the Hudson River.
Set twenty stories above Manhattan, Gansevoort Park Rooftop is a skyhigh oasis offering six distinct venues with unhindered views of the Empire State Building and other iconic New York architecture. Unique features include a rooftop pool, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, a patio, wrap-around terraces, handcrafted mosaic tiling and customized ethereal artwork by Deborah Anderson.
To revive and refresh guests throughout the day, Gansevoort has partnered with Panther Coffee, specializing in small-batch roasting and cold brews, to offer its signature beverage menu featuring Nicaraguan coffee and East Coast espresso blend, among other beans meticulously sourced from around the world. Originating in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami, South Florida’s creative hub and local hotspot, Panther Coffee sets the bar in elite-coffee bean sourcing and is one of the “Top 10 Coffee Shops in America” according to USA Today.
The Rooftop will also offer cocktails made with organic, cold-pressed juices, in partnership with New York’s Juice Press, the city’s leading cold-pressed juice, raw food and smoothie retailer. Each handcrafted cocktail will be made fresh daily with Juice Press’ signature blends like the Ginger Fireball and 14 Hours.
THE ROOFTOP AT HOTEL CHANTELLE TRANSPORTS YOU TO A PARISIAN GARDEN AS YOU EXPERIENCE A FUN FRENCH MENU, AS WELL AS CHAMPAGNE AND CREATIVE COCKTAILS UNDER THE STARS. BOTH ELEGANT AND COMFORTABLE, THE ROOFTOP IS DECORATED LAMP POST LIGHTING, PARK BENCHES, AND DRAPING FLORAL GREENERIES. RETRACTABLE ROOFTOP.
Featuring dramatic views of the Hudson River, Freedom Tower and Statue of Liberty, Hotel Hugo’s rooftop duplex bar and lounge sparkles like a bronze lantern atop a soaring, 20-story tower. Blending miles of glass with concrete, chrome and luxurious leather finishes, this strikingly designed two-level space dazzles with hand-crafted cocktails and a constellation of blown-glass pendants that seemingly float in air.
Open Sunday-Wednesday (5 p.m. -11 p.m.) and Thursday - Saturday (5 p.m. - 2 a.m.), the hotel's sleek and soaring rooftop bar and lounge serves up artisan and classic cocktails, small plates and desserts, all with unobstructed views of the Hudson River.
The James New York’s awe-inspiring Soho rooftop is perhaps our most enviable feature. It boasts a sexy social atmosphere, with an enclosed bar and lounge in Soho set against 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline. Framed by the hotel’s architectural “halo,” the private Manhattan rooftop pool featuring teak wood decking and outdoor showers, includes both indoor and outdoor seating for warm weather fun and relaxation.
The Soho rooftop bar, JIMMY, is a contemporary interpretation of a classic pub with a 1970’s New York twist. Elements like herringbone floors, a leather trimmed solid wood bar top, brick glazed tile walls, rich blue upholstery and working fireplaces come together to create a sense of warmth. A year-round destination, JIMMY opens into the NYC rooftop pool deck during the warmer months. But whether indoors or out, JIMMY guests are treated to one of the most spectacular views in New York City: a river-to-river vista looking over Midtown, Wall Street, the Brooklyn Bridge and beyond.
Located on the 18th floor, Le Bain and its adjoining rooftop bar feature a 35-foot bar, a state of the art sound system, panoramic, superlative-inspiring city views, a seasonal plunge pool, a \grass\" covered rooftop and crêperie."
Nightlife impresario Richard ‘Ric’ Addison has opened the 5000 square foot Monarch Rooftop Lounge – Boasting an impressively expansive interior & exterior – Located at 71 W 35th Street – 18th Floor Penthouse.
Addison’s background spans 15 years of Manhattan nightlife with such recognizable and memorable venues such as Ava Rooftop Lounge at Dream New York, Inc Lounge at The Time Hotel and The Bar at Dream New York.
Monarch opened with cocktail and light fare menu fit for the sizzling summer months in New York City. Boasting an impressively expansive interior and exterior space, Monarch can comfortably accommodate more than 300 guests. The dessert menu consists of delectable hand crafted dishes by Bindi of delicious chocolates & coffee.
The Scandinavian-chic décor, designed by Natalia Todorova of Gwathmey, Seigal, Kaufman Architects, features an indoor lounge that radiates glamour and allures with seductive appeal, seamlessly connecting to the exterior oasis patio with sliding floor to ceiling glass doors. Vintage bricks, white painted hand washed wood panels on the walls, teak and grey custom Terrazzo tiles, and raw iron columns evoke a feeling of a Scandinavian summer home with accents of Manhattan elegance. Black pendants designed by Tom Dixon cast gold shadows on the natural tree form bar counter top and glass lighting fixtures project down to reflect on the modern wood walls. The modern, yet unimposing deep seated upholstered sofas invite guests to relax and bask in the views of Midtown Manhattan, while floor to ceiling silk curtains frame the picturesque view of the iconic Empire State Building.
The Penthouse at Dream Downtown is the ultimate rooftop lounge. Our Exquisite panoramic Manhattan skyline view includes direct lines of sight to the Hudson River and Empire State Building.
Salon de Ning is a favorite amongst New Yorkers and travelers alike for its enchanting setting and world-class cocktails. Featuring dramatic skyline views over Fifth Avenue, Salon de Ning is a chic rooftop bar featuring two outdoor terraces complemented by an intimate interior bar. East meets West here, with Chinese and international influences fusing in a stylish mélange of cultures reflecting the glamour and style of 1930s Shanghai - the \Paris of the East\"."
Sky Room which boasts a 360 degree view of Manhattan and the Hudson River
from the city’s highest rooftop lounge, takes New York City nightlife to the next level.
Occupying the 33rd and 34th floor of the Fairfield Inn & Suites Times Square by Marriott and the Four Points Times Square by Sheraton, the bi-level ultra lounge transports guests to a high energy oasis atop 40th Street and offers five distinct spaces: the North Terrace with its retractable roof, the South Terrace with its private cabanas, the Times Square Lounge, the Cube Balcony, and the Candlelight Lounge.
The North Terrace on the 34th floor provides a comfortable environment all year round with a fully retractable glass roof cover and panoramic glass walls, offering stunning views of the Times Square area. One standout highlight of the venue is the South Terrace on the top level, which features plush furniture and soothing ambient lighting amidst a lush landscape, set up to offer a luxurious space where guests can truly enjoy being in the heart of Manhattan, with views of the Hudson River and the Empire State Building.
Set thirty stories up in the heart of New York City's Garment District, The Skylark delivers a classically-styled cocktail lounge with expansive panoramic views of the Hudson River, The Empire State Building, and Midtown Manhattan.
With its multi-level indoor spaces, open-air rooftop terrace and warm furnishings — designed by Meyer Davis Studio — The Skylark is a truly all-season destination. In cooler months, guests can enjoy breathtaking city views from the main lounge's floor-to-ceiling windows. Warmer days deliver an experience that flows naturally between the indoor and outdoor spaces.
Drinks and food at The Skylark are as distinctive as the space itself. The exclusive mixologist's cocktail menu is based on classic inspirations that are rendered using only the freshest ingredients. The light fare options include a variety of small plates – perfect for an after-work or evening bite.
The Skylark was developed by hospitality veteran David Rabin together with Jim Kirsch and Alison Awerbuch of Abigail Kirsch.
22 stories atop Archer Hotel, Spyglass Rooftop Bar is a contemporary interpretation of the classic sophistication and luxury reminiscent of 1940’s and 1950’s glamour in New York. Serving as both a hotspot for the city’s most fashionable and talked about events, Spyglass is also a comfortable escape for New Yorker’s and tourists alike. Guests at Spyglass Rooftop Bar will experience breathtaking panoramic views, small bites and crafted cocktails.
This unique location, with a clear view and focal point of the Empire State Building, is unlike any other in this city. Spyglass’ layout makes for a gathering place for large and small groups. Both a phenomenal private event space with its alcove spaces, it serves just as well for an intimate evening for friends, with a glimpse of the action from the streets below.
The beautiful old telescope Jimmy Stewart looked through in “Rear Window” is a prime example of the inspiration for the space, as well as the timeless bars and clubs created in this era of elegance and style.
The design elements at Spyglass include custom wall paper, black granite and unique steel. These components all come together to evoke the industrial heritage of the neighborhood; Spyglass is our homage to the voyeur.
Capping the top of Viceroy New York, Gerber Group’s The Roof is an alluring lounge and outdoor terrace that offers guests a perch to take in the city’s energy and soaring views of Central Park. Fashioned by renowned design firm Roman and Williams, the space evokes the aesthetic of a luxury airliner complete with ipe floors, brass details, custom walnut-and-leather sofas and thoughtfully curated images of sky, sea and clouds by famed photographer Dalton Portella. The menu features an expansive collection of small-batch spirits, regionally brewed craft beers, global wine offerings and a rotating selection of Gerber Group’s classic and modern cocktails that highlight market fresh ingredients, complemented by small plates and a signature burger.
Toshi’s Living Room & Penthouse raison d'être is to produce rapture…moments of rapture for all those who come…moments where you’re happy to be alive and wanting to live forever. Sounds crazy. We know. It’s what we want to do.
Guests coming to Toshi’s should experience coming to Toshi’s home: good food, good cheer, understated yet sublime where, when we’re doing our job, for those moments, you’re truly happy and content and enjoying. Whatever happened at work or at home, whatever else is going on in your life, that’s all left at the door, the moment, Ponzu, greets you with a wag of a tail and atwinkle in his eye. You enter comforted by the assurance that, Ponzu, our door Morkie, senses niceness and barks at meanies. We have a no meaniesdoor policy and Ponzu's very strict in protecting of our home.
Our stunning penthouse level lounge sits 30 stories high atop the Kimberly Hotel in Midtown Manhattan. The new, 3000 square foot venue features three separate indoor/outdoor atmospheres, stunning interior design, retractable glass ceilings and walls, ambient heated floors and breathtaking views of the iconic Chrysler Building. Thoughtfully designed to be as elegant and inviting in the winter months as it is sunny and sophisticated in the summer season. Creative cocktails and small plates menu are served nightly.