Manhattan’s skyline is beautiful no matter where you look from. Here’s a list of some of New York’s most famous rooftops so you to enjoy the city from above.
One of the best bars in Brooklyn and manly because it’s rooftop garden. It has a delightful view of the Manhattan’s skyline. On the first floor there are small concerts, transmission of important games and standup comedy presentations.
:: 4 Berry St
Bar that sits on top of the McKittrick Hotel – where you have to see the Sleep No More play. Best option afterwards, it’s considered one of the best rooftops in New York.
:: 530 W 27th St
Fusion of mexican and america food, the rooftop restaurant this is so cute. The price is ok for a rooftop: $6 beers
:; 187 Columbia St | Brooklyn
The restaurant has a great options for brunch and dinner.
:: 135 North 5th St
THE IDES BAR
Rooftop on one of Williamsburg’s conceptual hotel.
:: 80 Wythe Ave no Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn,
Club on the top of The Standard Hotel, which is next to the High Line. The view is very nice but has those stupid dress code policy, look well dressed if you really want to get in.
:: 848 Washington St
ROOF AT PARK SOUTH
Great choice for a drink and a snack. On top of Park South Hotel, is good to make reservations.
:: 125 E 27th St
Worthy for the view, 360˚ of Manhattan.
:: 330 W 40th St
Service is horrible and pretentious, the prices are a little absurd. But if in the region you can go up for one drink and enjoy it’s view: it’s Empire State’s neighbor.
:: 230 Fifth Ave
Exactly towards the Empire State Building, the view is beautiful. Full of plants and small lights, a nice place to have a beer at night.
:: 145 E 50th St
Worth if you are there at summer time looking for a refresh treat. The place is super expensive and does not live up to the prices, but you can have a drink by the pool and enjoy the Empire State view.
:: Hotel Americano | 518 W 27th St
RARE VIEW ROOFTOP GARDEN
A wonderful view is used to justify the high prices.
:: 303 Lexington Ave
SALON DE NING
Rooftop on one of the most expensive, classic and traditional hotels in New York, The Peninsula.
:: 700 5th Ave