New York City’s largest indoor/outdoor hotel rooftop bar and lounge features an “urban amusement park” concept with an adult sensibility and epic Empire State Building skyline views. Highlights of the 10,000 square foot rooftop include carousel seating, an oversized topiary garden, and Foreplay, a miniature putt-putt, featuring life-size animals in naughty poses. The vast, all-season rooftop comprises multiple bars and seating areas, each with a distinct vibe and design sensibility to provide an endless stream of indelible moments. A menu of shareable light bites is full of modern takes on classic “State Fair” items including Sausage & Peppers, Maine Lobster Roll, Duck Carnitas Tacos, and the Carnival Burger. A unique and cheeky addition to the menu is the option to book one of the hotel’s nineteen Crashpads ($99.00) – meant for those who may have had a few too many rounds on the carousel or simply don’t want the night to end. Nightly live DJs and a list of decadent cocktails—along with beer, wine, Champagne, and spirits—add to the sense of indulgence and amusement. Reservations will be accepted every night of the week and hotel guests will receive priority rooftop access.Put Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge at the forefront of your travel plans using our New York City trip builder app.
Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge Reviews
So we were walking in midtown NYC on a summer late afternoon and saw the sidewalk entrance to this rooftop bar. My wife wanted to go up for finger foods and to see the NYC view. They made a big... more »
I was staying in Moxy NYC Times Square so I thought it rude not to visit this bar as I was staying in the same building. The decor is cool and there is a rotating seat in the main bar area. The space.... more »
Pretty fun little bar in a covered rooftop like area. Heaps of space and places to hang out. The rotating seats is quite unique and my highlight here. Nice staff. Worth dropping by if you're in the area!
Some friends and I wanted to enter this place. All of them are from Europe and two of us are from Colombia, we all had our identifications from our respective countries. All the European girls were allowed to enter but not us (the Colombians) and they demanded our passports. We feel completely excluded from this place, in all the time I've been in New York I've never had this happen. Terrible experience, I don’t recommend the place.
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