Tags

Blog Titles

10 Best Things About Day Drinking 10 Essential Items to Pack When Traveling 10 Reasons Why You’re Still Single; Bar Version 10 Spots to Eat After 4AM in New York City 10 Things to Do in NYC 10 Things to Do In NYC For Memorial Day 3 Slamming Champagne Cocktails 3 Steps on How to Create the Best Bucket List 5 Best Rose Wines 5 Nightlife Apps for A Great NYC Night Out 5 NYC Rooftop Bars You Should Visit for the Best View 5 Reasons to attend a Rooftop Crawl 5 reasons why going to the bar is better than your therapist’s office 5 Romantic Ideas to Impress your Date - Rooftop Bar NYC Edition 5 Secret Vacation Spots You Have Never Heard Of: Being a VIP in NYC Best 3 Rooftop Bars in Queens Best AirB&B Gems To Stay At Around The World Best Boat Cruises Around NYC Best Concerts To Catch This Summer in NYc Best Heated Rooftop Bars in NYC Best Hotels in NYC Best Late Night Restaurants in NYC Best NYC Hotels Best NYC Rooftop Bar Cocktails Best Rooftop Bar Hotel Pools to Visit in NYC Best Rooftop Bar of Washington D.C. Best Rooftop Bars In The World Best Rooftop Bars of Austin Best Rooftop Bars of Denver Best Rooftop Bars of Los Angeles Best Rooftop Bars of Miami Best Rooftop Bars of Philidelphia Best Rooftop Bars of San Francisco Best Rooftop Bars of Seattle Best Rooftop Bars of St. Louis Best Rooftop Gardens in NYC Best Rooftop Restaurants in NYC Best Rooftop Venues for a Fall Wedding in NYC Best Rooftop Venues in NYC for your Holiday Party Best Walking Tours in New York City Best Websites with Deals for Things to Do in NYC Best Year-Round Rooftop Bars in NYC Check Out These New York City Hotels With Stunning Pools Classy Rooftop Bars For A Great First Date Coffee Stores That Sell Alcohol That Aren’t Starbucks Commonly Asked Questions and Guidelines Do's and Dont's of online dating Enjoy Lunch During NYC Restaurant Week 2015! Free Summer Concerts in NYC Funny First Date Stories in NYC Healthy Rooftop Activities in NYC How to Budget When Going Out For Drinks New York City Rooftop Bars With Great Views New York City Wine & Food Festival on a Rooftop NYC Apartment Buildings With Rooftop Views NYC Rooftop Movie Screenings: When & Where NYC Rooftop Party Events NYC’s Top Secret Rooftop Bars Refinery Rooftop Bar in NYC Riverpark Rooftop Restaurant for NYC Restaurant Week 2015 Roof at Park South Rooftop Bars for a Girls Night Out Rooftop Bars vs. Regular Bars Rooftop Crawl Dress Code Rooftop Crawls Top 5 Summer Cocktails Rooftop Restaurant Week in NYC! The 5 Best Wines Bars in NYC The 5 Most Unique Restaurants in NYC to Try This Summer The Best Bars in NYC The Best Beaches Near New York City The Best Comedy Clubs in NYC The Best Flea Markets in NYC The Best Food in NYC The Best NYC Attractions The Best NYC Rooftop Happy Hour Bars The Best Parks in NYC to Visit This Summer The Best Pizza Restaurants in NYC The Best Places to Celebrate the 4th of July in New York City The Best Places To Picnic in NYC The Best Rooftop Bar NYC Brunches The Best Rooftop Bars of Atlanta The Best rooftop Bars of Boston The Best Rooftop Bars of Chicago The Best Rooftop Bars of Clearwater The Best Rooftop Bars of Dallas The Best Rooftop Bars of Houston The Best Rooftop Bars of Las Vegas The Best Rooftop Bars of San Diego The Best Sports Bars in NYC The Best Theatres in NYC That Serve Alcohol The Best Travel Apps to Navigate NYC The Best Vineyards Around NYC The Coolest Fashion Styles for Summer in NYC The Five Best Fourth of July Parties in NYC The Most Romantic Things to Do in NYC This Summer The One Night Stand Rules The Top 3 Hottest Parties in the Hamptons The Top 3 Pool Bars in NYC The Top 5 Champagnes for Summer Celebrations The Top 5 Happy Hour Bars in NYC The Top 5 Rose Wines The Top 5 Trendy Cocktails in NYC The Top NYC Summer Concerts of 2016 Top 10 NYC Rooftop Bars and Lounges Top 10 Rooftop Bars in the World Top 20 New York City Rooftops 2015 Top 3 NYC Rooftop Bars for 4th of July Fireworks! Top 5 Independent Breweries Top New York City Rooftop Bars Visited By Celebrities Top NYC Rooftop Bars with the Best City Views Top Pairing Choices: Which Appetizers Pair Well with These Top Wines Top Rooftop Bars in Brooklyn Top Whiskey Lounges In NYC Uber vs. Lyft Upstairs Rooftop Bar in NYC Why Has Dating Become So Hard? Why You Need to Try Aldi’s Rosé Today You can never disappoint with a bottle of Veuve Clicquote. As a fan favorite among more prestiegius
  • Refinery Rooftop Bar in NYC

    Aug. 10, 2015, 5:29 p.m.

    Refinery Rooftop Bar in NYC

    At the top of the luxury Refinery Hotel in the heart of the Garment District of NYC lies the hotel’s most precious gem, the Refinery Rooftop. As far as rooftop bars in NYC go, this lounge is classified as one of the best NYC bars the Big Apple has to offer. It provides travelers and locals with an exemplary New York City outing.

    This much respected venue is open every day of the week and allows you to make reservation right online. They recently added lunch hours for the public to enjoy a rooftop lunch for under $30. Such a great way to spend a summer afternoon amongst coworkers, friends, or just as a visitor to this grand establishment known to be the shadow of New York’s Empire State Building.

    "
  • Riverpark Rooftop Restaurant for NYC Restaurant Week 2015

    Aug. 7, 2015, 6:32 p.m.

    Riverpark Rooftop Restaurant for NYC Restaurant Week 2015
    Riverpark Restaurant

    The summer session of NYC Restaurant Week 2015 has a better list of restaurants than any other year! Now is the time for all foodies to enjoy fine dining at minimal pricing. There are more than 300 restaurants that offer three-course meals for you to enjoy during lunch ($25) and of course dinner ($38).

    So to all the bargain hunters, make sure to visit as many of the well-known fine dining establishments as you can. If there was ever a perfect week to eat and share photos on social media, this is the week for it! Today’s featured rooftop restaurant in NYC is Riverpark Rooftop Restaurant located at 450 East 29th St. (29th St./1st Ave).

    Located at the Alexandria Center overlooking the East River, Riverpark represents a dynamic new culinary destination in Manhattan's Kips Bay neighborhood. Chef Sisha Ortuzar draws inspiration from New York's international food culture and highlights seasonal farmers’ market ingredients to bring guests a modern take on American cuisine. The restaurant offers two unique dining options: the convivial bar space is perfect for a casual bite and drink, while the dining room, with its more structured menu, is ideal for more formal dining. With its grand scale, unparalleled views and refined yet approachable cuisine, Riverpark brings a unique dining experience to a rapidly changing neighborhood.

    Below you will find details on the NYC Restaurant Week menu choices and a link to make a reservation before the summer session is over!

  • Enjoy Lunch During NYC Restaurant Week 2015!

    Aug. 4, 2015, 7:51 p.m.

    Enjoy Lunch During NYC Restaurant Week 2015!
    Tao Uptown NYC

    If you haven’t taken advantage of the trendiest pass-time for New Yorkers, this is the week to visit NYC rooftop bars and restaurants. Especially the rooftop restaurants since we are in the midst of NYC Restaurant Week 2015!

    Today’s featured location is actually so good they had to open two! The notorious Tao Restaurants of NYC provides visitors with a true Pan-Asian experience in a scenic setting. You don’t have to take our word for it because during NYC Restaurant week Tao Uptown in NYC located on East 58th Street (btwn Park & Madison) is offering lunch for just $25! Here are the details:

    Reservations:  http://www.nycgo.com/venues/tao-uptown

    Tao Uptown $25 3 Course Lunch

    Choice of

    • Bang Bang Chicken Salad
    • Spicy Thai Seafood Dumpling Soup
    • Satay of Chicken with Peanut Sauce
    • Vegetable Lo Mein Salad
    • Crispy Vegetable Rolls with Duck Mustard Sauce

    Choice of

    • Soy Ginger Glazed Salmon
    • Kung Pao Chicken
    • Sesame Seared Tuna Salad
    • Asian BBQ Hanger Steak with Pepper Spiced Fries
    • Moo Shu with a Choice of Chicken, Pork or Vegetable
    • Trio of Sushi Rolls: Spicy Tuna, California, Avocado Cucumber

    Choice of

    • Chocolate Zen Parfait
    • Fresh Fruit & Tangerine Sorbet
    • Banana Pudding
    • Mango Sorbet, Seasonal Fruit and Coconut Milk
    "
  • Rooftop Restaurant Week in NYC!

    Aug. 3, 2015, 5:02 p.m.

    Rooftop Restaurant Week in NYC!
    Rooftop Restaurant Week in NYC

    Every winter and summer, NYC Restaurant Week makes a comeback for all foodies to enjoy fine dining at nominal pricing. There are more than 300 restaurants that offer three-course meals for you to enjoy during lunch ($25) and of course dinner ($38).

    Every year NYC Restaurant Week increases the selections of trendy new establishments to the long list of fine dining restaurants, which of course draws in all of the bargain-hunting New Yorkers that are looking to try out new hot spots and revisit their old favorites serving less expensive eats. This week we will be featuring rooftop restaurants in NYC that are offering restaurant week deals.

    When Is The Summer NYC Restaurant Week Session?

    The summer session takes place from July 20, 2015 all the way to August 14, 2015.

    Where Can You Make A Reservation For a Rooftop Restaurant?

    You can make a reservation on the official NYC Restaurant Week Website.

    Link: http://www.nycgo.com/restaurant-week

    During the winter session that generally takes place mid-February to early March, you can take advantage of eating fabulous cuisine at all of your restaurant bucket list locations indoors. During the summer months, it would make sense to enjoy outdoor dining which is not something you could enjoy all year round. One of the best tasting rooftop restaurants in NYC to enjoy during NYC Restaurant Week is Gaonnuri.

    "
  • Upstairs Rooftop Bar in NYC

    Aug. 1, 2015, 3:15 p.m.

    Upstairs Rooftop Bar in NYC
    Upstairs Rooftop Bar in NYC

    Summer 2015 has been quite a hit so far in terms of rooftop bar events in NYC bars and hotel rooftops. One of New York City’s most talked about venues is the Upstairs Rooftop Lounge located at the top of the 30-story high Kimberly Hotel in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. This astonishing location has a variety of atmospheres with stunning interior design, fancy glass ceilings, and walls, along with breathtaking views of the iconic Chrysler Building. This thoughtfully designed structure was intended to be elegant yet inviting to the sun. An entirely sophisticated location to enjoy during the summer season in NYC.

    Upstairs has been in the press several times for being one of NYC’s best rooftop bars and restaurant, a true sky-high hideaway. The outdoor patio is a perfect setting for their creative cocktails as you nibble on lamp chop lollipops or truffle mac and cheese.

    With picturesque scenery, the aroma from the kitchen, delicious food & drinks, the sounds of New Yorkers enjoying themselves, and the touch of class, appealing to all of the senses was clearly the venue’s plan. Besides taking in the 360-degree views, what else is top-notch at the Upstairs Rooftop bar in NYC? Well…

    Their savory menu items include dishes like:

    Guacamole Chipotle Tomato Trio with corn chips

    Yellowfin tuna carpaccio with grilled pineapple salsa and avocado cream

    Lump crab cakes with ginger-mango salsa, and a spicy chili

    Stuffed Mushrooms with goat cheese and pesto

    Kobe burger sliders

    …and that’s just to name a few.

    The signature cocktail menu with creative names related to NYC locations includes:

    The Midtown: Makers Mark Bourbon based “Novel in a glass” with fresh raspberry and chamomile.

    The Chrysler: Champagne cocktail made with the finest honey, Hennessy Black cognac and fresh lemon and lime.

    The Pomika: A fusion of vodka, fresh pomegranate, citrus, mint and a dash of royal liqueur.

    Summer Breeze: A complex and flawless blend of citrus, cucumber, basil, Acai infused vodka, elderflower and a whisper of licorice.

    The Watson: Gin based cucumber martini made with white cranberry juice and fresh lime.

    Visitors can choose from a selection of beers on tap (and by the bottle), along with an extensive international wine list. An excellent way to enjoy this NYC rooftop bar while munching on fried baby artichokes and some grilled calamari this summer.

    "
  • Roof at Park South

    July 30, 2015, 5:06 p.m.

    Roof at Park South
    Roof at Park South

    NYC’s top-notch cocktails seem to be most appreciated at the best rooftop bars. They may not all be easily found because they sit at the top of the finest restaurants, hidden on top of unmarked businesses or situated at the highest point of NYC’s luxury hotels. Rarely will you find quality cocktails in a DJ-sound tracked, sweat-soaked terrain of the common night club or local pub.

    The Roof at Park South offers quite a unique experience with impeccable drinks directed by Beverage Director Ted Kilpatrick. The fact that they even have a “Beverage Director” speaks volumes of the quality of their cocktails. They offer equal value in their good eats with a menu created by award-winning Chef Tim Cushman. Couple those compliments with an immaculate and unobstructed view of the New York City skyline, and this venue just may be considered a favorite in the NYC rooftop bars circle. So what’s the inside scoop at this NYC rooftop above the Park South Hotel you ask? Well, here you go!

    WHAT TO ORDER: The alfresco drinks come courtesy of fellow Beantown import Ted Kilpatrick (Beacon Hill’s No. 9 Park) and are broken down into four categories. Under “Effervescent and Easy-Drinking,” you’ll find the sparkling-wine-finished Airmail ($18), a mellowing blend of Martinique rhum agricole, lime and honey, while the “Fancy” roundup offers the Count & Countess ($17), a white Negroni fortified with fruit-forward grappa and caramel-y oat whiskey. Martini stirrers have five riffs at their disposal: One is improved with Kubler absinthe ($15), another stirred with mint leaves ($15).

    THE GOODS: Views as stunning inside as they are outside. Overlooking the Chrysler and Empire State buildings, the copper-sided lounge is decked out with cantilevered banquettes, sunset-orange canopies and a crackling glass-front fireplace. Hot tip: Snag a seat near the hearth to keep you toasty on breezy summer nights—if the flowing Negronis haven’t warmed you up already.

    HOOK, LINE & SINKER: For the bar’s small-plates operation, Tim Cushman veers outside his sushi-and-soba groove, dispatching Mediterranean-hopping fare like crocche’ di Napoli ($10), crusty casing yielding to creamy Yukon golds and fontina, and roulades of salmon crudo ($14), dotted with dill pesto and garum, Rome’s answer to fish sauce. For caviar lovers, the caviar spoon ($50) loaded with Black River Osetra roe and lush sea-urchin sugo it's absolutely delish.

     

    "
  • Being a VIP in NYC

    July 29, 2015, 7:41 p.m.

    Being a VIP in NYC
    Select Card

    The stylish and glamorous of NYC's nightlife and dining scene is the epitome of luxury. With top-notch restaurants, first-rate hotels, extravagant retailers, and select spas, New York City is the ultimate playground.

    But how does one get into the inner circle of NYC’s most elite locations? How can you cut the line at the stylish clubs, have courtesy cocktails at the most top restaurants, and get insider pricing at luxury hotels? Well, you join SELECT.

    Potential members can apply for access naming basic factual, career and education info as well as their overall interests. If you're accepted (roughly 30-40% candidates are eventually offered membership), members unlock high-class incentives at an extensive list of leading partners that range from upper rated local restaurants to worldwide hotel and retail brands like the Hyatt and Brooks Brothers.  

    Each affiliate gets a custom-made SELECT card. This black metal card is an extension of any current debit or credit card and can be utilized as such. In addition to your normal rewards, the SELECT card will provide you with exclusive experiences and perks at thousands of SELECT partner venues.

    Some notable names on SELECT’s extensive list of partners comprise of Meatpacking locations like Spice Market and Bagatelle as well as upper-class faves like Le Cirque and Bouley. For members that are looking for a delicious cocktail, SELECT has partnered with New York’s fashionable nightlife locations, including Gansevoort Park, Mister H and The Skylark.

    "
  • Free Summer Concerts in NYC

    July 28, 2015, 7:10 p.m.

    Free Summer Concerts in NYC
    Free Summer Concerts in NYC

    New Yorkers love outdoor events during the summer especially when it’s one of the talked about free summer concerts in NYC. A place where you can dance outdoors while enjoying food & drinks is always a summer favorite! Looking at the schedule you will see that you can catch anywhere from a classic hip-hop artist in the NYC parks to some of the biggest names in indie rock. Some NYC locals try to catch as many of these exciting performances as possible while the warm weather is here. If you’d like to catch a performance or two, here are some of what’s coming up in August:

     

    August 1

    Carmen and Geoffrey (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center–Amphitheater; 2 pm

    Dr. John and the Nite Trippers + Amy Helm (SummerStage)
    Central Park; 3 pm

    Garth Fagan Dance (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Damrosch Park Bandshell; 7:30 pm

    Imani Winds (Rite of Summer)
    Governors Island; 1 pm & 3 pm 

    La Casita (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Hearst Plaza;  noon

    Panel discussion: The Life and Work of Geoffrey Holder (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center–Amphitheater; 1 pm

    Taylor Mac: The 20th Century Abridged (Celebrate Brooklyn!)
    Prospect Park Bandshell; 7:30 pm

    TKA + Tony Touch (SummerStage)
    Clove Lakes Park, Staten Island; 7 pm

    August 2

    Ache: Lavagem da Rua (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)

    Featuring: Gilson Menezes Santos Dorea (Tatau do Araketu), Alexandre Cortes de Barros, and a section of Baianas, Members of the Afoxe of Filhas de Gandhy and Drummers from Brazil; Something Positive from Trinidad; Legacy Circle from the Dominican Republic; Ashe Dance from Haiti; Amma McKen; and Grupo Oriefun from Cuba 
    Presented in association with the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
    Damrosch Park Bandshell; 7 pm

    Brazil Summerfest: Nação Zumbi + Nation Beat's Carnival Caravan feat. Cha Wa + Vinil Pompéia  (SummerStage)
    Central Park; 3 pm

    Heritage Sunday (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Opening Doors: Celebrating Immigrant New York
    Hearst Plaza; 1 pm

    La Casita (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)

    Poetry: Mardonio Carballo & Juan Pablo Villa, DarkMatter—Alok & Janani, Camonghne Felix, Luis H. Francia, Magdalena Gómez, Roberta Hill, Ayisha Knight-Shaw, Aja Monet, and Roanna Shebala

    Music: Legacy Women led by Manuela, Los Hacheros, Nkumu Katalay & Life Long Project, Nano Stern, and Vlada Tomova’s Bulgarian Voices Trio
    MC: Baba Israel
    Teatro Pregones (Bronx); 2 pm

    Little Club Heads + Sugar Free Allstars + Hopalong Andrew (SummerStage)
    Clove Lakes Park, Staten Island; 4 pm

    August 4

    Dom La Nena (Hudson Square Music & Wine Festival)
    155 Varick Street, Tribeca; 5 pm

    Tito Nieves (SummerStage)
    East River Park, Lower East Side; 7 pm

    August 5

    Full Band Electric Counterpoint + Dither and friends, featuring Lee Ranaldo, Yo La Tengo and Mark Stewart + Matmos (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Damrosch Park Bandshell; 7:30 pm

    Ratking + Bishop Nehru (SummerStage)
    East River Park, Lower East Side; 7 pm

    August 6

    Caribou (SummerStage)
    East River Park, Lower East Side; 7 pm

    Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen (BAM R&B Festival)
    MetroTech Commons, Downtown Brooklyn; noon-2pm

    Leessaar, Ohad Naharin and guest dancers from Batsheva Dance Company (Celebrate Brooklyn!)
    Prospect Park Bandshell; 8 pm

    U.S. Girls + Yuck (Hudson River Park Summer of Fun)
    Pier 84, Midtown West; 6 pm

    We Like It Like That! A Boogaloo Celebration (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Joe Bataan with special guests + Ray Lugo and the Boogaloo Destroyers with special guest Richie Ray + ABAKUÁ Afro-Latin Dance Company + DJ Turmix
    Damrosch Park Bandshell; 7 pm

    August 7

    Chuck Braman Jazz Band (Hudson River Park Summer of Fun)
    Pier 45, West Village; 7 pm

    denitia and sene (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Hearst Plaza; 7 pm

    Rock My Soul: featuring the Fairfield Four and the McCrary Sisters + Junior Mambazo (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Damrosch Park Bandshell; 7:30 pm

    Third World + Awa Sangho (Celebrate Brooklyn!)
    Prospect Park Bandshell; 7:30 pm

    August 8

    Dylan’s Highway 61 Revisited performed in its entirety by house band Watkins Family Hour (Sean Watkins & Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek) with special guests Fiona Apple, Don Heffington, Sebastian Steinberg and more + Justin Townes Earle (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Damrosch Park Bandshell; 6:30 pm

    Quantic + Gilles Peterson + Afrika Bambaataa (SummerStage)
    Central Park; 6pm

    The Quebe Sisters (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Sam Outlaw    
    Hearst Plaza; 2 pm

    Tune-Yards + Shabazz Palaces (Celebrate Brooklyn!)
    Prospect Park Bandshell; 7:30 pm

    August 9

    An Evening with Lyle Lovett and his Large Band (Lincoln Center Out Of Doors)
    Damrosch Park Bandshell; 7 pm

    Glass Animals + Taylor McFerrin + BattleFest League Dancers (SummerStage)
    Central Park; 3pm

    INVINCIBLE: Michael Jackson Tribute + Marika Hughes & Bottom Heavy (SummerStage)
    East River Park, Lower East Side; 4 pm

    August 11

    Hot Strings Fest: The Tribeca Playboys + Cynthia Sayer + Western Caravan (Hudson Square Music & Wine Festival)
    155 Varick Street, Tribeca; 5 pm

    Rakim + DJ Tedsmooth (SummerStage)
    Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem; 7 pm

    August 12

    Mobile Mondays: Live Everybody Loves Roy Ayers (SummerStage)
    Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem; 7 pm

    The Wiz: A Celebration in Dance and Music (SummerStage)
    Central Park; 8pm

    August 13

    The Wiz: A Celebration in Dance and Music (SummerStage)
    Marcus Garvey Park; 7 pm

    August 14

    Baby Soda Jazz Band (Hudson River Park Summer of Fun)
    Pier 45, West Village; 7 pm

    The Wiz: A Celebration in Dance and Music (SummerStage)
    Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem; 7 pm

    August 18

    Willie Nile (Hudson Square Music & Wine Festival)
    155 Varick Street, Tribeca; 5 pm

    August 21

    Charlie Parker Jazz Festival: Oliver Lake Big Band + King Solomon Hicks (SummerStage)
    Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem; 6 pm

    Max Gallico & Friends (Hudson River Park Summer of Fun)
    Pier 45, West Village; 7 pm

    August 22

    Charlie Parker Jazz Festival: Dr. Lonnie Smith + Andy Bey + Jeff “Tain” Watts + Camille Thurman (SummerStage)
    Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem; 3 pm

    Hudson River Park Blues BBQ: Otis Taylor Band + Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens + Jarekus Singleton + Vaneese Thomas + The Ed Palermo Big Band (Hudson River Park Summer of Fun)
    Pier 26, Tribeca; 2pm

    August 23

    Charlie Parker Jazz Festival: Joe Lovano + Rudresh Mahanthappa: Bird Calls + Myra Melford + Michael Mwenso (SummerStage)
    Tompkins Square Park, Alphabet City; 3 pm

    RCA Summer Concert Celebration: Jazmine Sullivan + Jordan Bratton (SummerStage)
    Central Park; 3 pm

    August 25

    Steelism (Hudson Square Music & Wine Festival)
    155 Varick Street, Tribeca; 5 pm

    "
  • NYC Rooftop Movie Screenings: When & Where

    July 23, 2015, 6:16 p.m.

    It is now one month in since Summer 2015 officially kicked off so before the entire summer escapes you without you taking part in one of the most entertaining activities on NYC rooftops, make time to enjoy a rooftop movie night in NYC.

  • 5 NYC Rooftop Bars You Should Visit for the Best View

    July 23, 2015, 6:18 a.m.

    5 NYC Rooftop Bars You Should Visit for the Best View

    We'll do practically anything to see New York City’s best rooftops from an altitude where everything looks like something out of a movie scene (as this feature from Expedia shows). Now, if you’re going to spend an elevated night in NYC, you might as well have a few drinks to get the full NYC rooftop bar experience. But which NYC rooftop bars have the best views? Check these out...

  • < 1 2 3 ... 8 9 10 11 12 >

© 2019 Open Sky Group