New York City is home to several chic restaurants and the best of this have a rooftop section where guests are treated to a preeminent dining experience. If you seek such an experience when in NYC, then consider visiting any of the following rooftop restaurants.
Gallow Green in a restaurant that can double up as a delightful hideaway, a Secret Green Garden located above NYC streets. It offers a feeling of dining in an enchanted forest thanks to it’s an array of green plants. The menu is uniquely made to complement the setting and guests get to have a garden eat-out while getting serenaded by jazz music.
It started around ten years ago with the choice located being a neighborhood with pricey restaurants and it has still managed to maintain a steady flow of customers. One can say that is its quaint nature, but there is more to Juliette restaurant than what many people know. It is a French bistro that offers hand-cut steak tartare and crispy duck confit like no other in the city. The salads are excellent, and dessert may include something sticky but surprisingly delicious.
It may not be located next to a beach, but it surely does take one to the beach while still in 5th Ave. With its Italian theme setting that echoes a seaside restaurant, SABBIA is not just the place to enjoy the best of Italian cuisine in NYC, but also offer exquisite dining comforts thanks to its lounge chairs.
It is a restaurant that echoes a Miami feel within New York City. Located in the Ravel Hotel, this restaurant offers a great view of the city and a fabulous menu comprised of varied dishes. The restaurant’ Hawaiian skirt steak will take you to Miami, and the Japanese dishes such grilled seasonal veggies and a jumbo shrimp skewed on a real Japanese samurai sword brings a new meaning to authentic dining.
Of the many meals that make the tongue dance in the mouth, an Italian wood-fired pizza is among the foods worth a mention. And, Graziella’s Restaurant is the place to enjoy such pizza as well as other hearty meals such as meatball pies. The restaurant is located in Clinton Hill and offers a great view of Vanderbilt Ave. If you are looking for a night of romance as you enjoy pasta and other Italian dishes, then go to Graziella’s.
The first great thing about Tavern 29 is its happy hours that offer $5 meals. The second is its setting that makes for a very welcoming environment thanks to the communal tables and lit Edison bulbs hanging overhead. However, it is located between two tall building, and this makes the place a bit too warm during the summers. Nevertheless, Tavern 29 is an ideal location to go for lunch and enjoy a beer with Marine lobster rolls or swordfish BLT.
It is rare to come across a taco restaurant offering a rooftop dining experience, yet Salvation Taco has stepped up to be among the few that offer just that and more. The open terrace is lined with red-baked bricks and filled with various plants that give the courtyard and exquisite charm. The menu includes a huge pig’s head tostado and other creative dishes, and though the prices may be a bit high, they are worth the price.