Great Rooftops for Your Next Event​
Friday, June 03, 2016

Spring is FINALLY here and event planners are looking to New York City's best rooftops for inspiration to plan a stunning event. With amazing city views and extensive food and drink options, each venue provides its own unique experience. Whether you're planning an event or looking for an after work cocktail with a great view, here are a few "Great Places" to consider:

The Attic Rooftop

A gem found atop of Midtown West’s skyline, The Attic Rooftop operates as New York’s ideal after work hot spot and event setting. Inspired by Hollywood’s Golden Age, the rooftop has a relaxed vibe, while the penthouse features floor-to-ceiling windows, capturing the panoramic views of the westside of Manhattan.

Roof at Park South

A spectacular, unobstructed view of the city skyline accompanied by a menu from James Beard Award-Winning Chef Tim Cushman combine to create a truly unique experience. On the northern tip of the Roof at Park South, Garden at Roof, is a fully private event space surrounded by organic greenery.

Tribeca Rooftop

Tribeca Rooftop’s stunning rooftop deck, fit with lounge furniture and seasonal landscaping, providies the perfect outdoor setting for any occasion. Available for private events only.

Sky Room

Sky Room is the city’s highest rooftop lounge, a luxurious space in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, with views of the Hudson River and the Empire State Building. The terrace features retractable roofing so guests can enjoy amazing views year round.

Gallow Green at The McKittrick Hotel

Atop The McKittrick Hotel is the rooftop sanctuary Gallow Green. With breathtaking views, the garden features a summer alfresco bar and lounge. In the fall, it transforms into a secluded rooftop lodge. Libations, shared plates and whimsical ambiance are ideal for both small groups and large parties.

Stage 48

The rooftop offers beautiful skyline views all year round. A retractable glass enclosure provides event space in any weather for up to 350 guests.

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