NYC rooftop bar: 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar

Rooftop bar 230 Fifth in New York
Rooftop bar 230 Fifth in New York
Rooftop bar 230 Fifth in New York
Rooftop bar 230 Fifth in New York
Rooftop bar 230 Fifth in New York
Rooftop bar 230 Fifth in New York
Rooftop bar 230 Fifth in New York
Rooftop bar 230 Fifth in New York
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230 Fifth rooftop bar - in New York

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Last updated: March 28, 2020
                       

Highlights:

  • 20th floor
  • Huge rooftop garden
  • Magical views
  • Weekend brunch

230 Fifth rooftop bar is one of the largest and most famous rooftop bars in NYC, named after its location at 230 5th Ave. The terrace has seatings for approximately 1 000 people at the same time and offers some really magical views of the Manhattan skyline, with the Empire State Building as a mighty focal point.

Both an inside and open-air venue, the 230 Fifth roof terrace is complemented with a large indoor lounge, fully enclosed and with panoramic windows taking care of the views.

The rooftop bar 230 NYC delivers a wide selection of both food and drinks. There are well made classic & specialty cocktails along with beer and wine, both on tap/glass and in bottle. The food menu ranges from bar bites to more full dinner meals like burgers, salmon, fish & chips and a big selection of sushi.

So, while the selection of goodies at the rooftop is always good, best of all is the highly recommended 230 Fifth brunch buffet. A 'must try' that is served every weekend between 10-4pm.

The roof terrace at 230 Fifth rooftop bar New York is open all year, with umbrellas covering from both raind and sun, along with heaters helping on the colder nights.

In winter (between November to May) you can also keep extra warm in the famous 230 Fifth Igloos. Heated and transperent, offering the same views as outside, you can enjoy hot drinks, like the Bailey's Boozy Hot Chocolate, and really have a fantastic winter rooftop experience.

There is no cover charge at 230 Fifth rooftop, and tables are usually first come, first served. However, during weekend nights, reservations are recommended if you want a table, and weekend reservations come with a minimum spend.

Come for relaxing and sunny drinks with a view during daytime or enjoy the vibrant party atmosphere at night at one of the most popular rooftop bars in New York. Both among tourists and the local New Yorkers.

The 230 Fifth dress code is casual during weekdays, turning into upscale casual towards weekend evenings, which means no athletic wear, baggy jeans, t-shirts or hoodies on Friday & Saturday night. Also note that 230 Fifth is a +21 venue.

Review
Nice Sunday brunch at 230 Fifth rooftop bar in April 2016. If you want a nice weekend brunch, you should definitely visit 230-Fifth.
                        
230 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001
+1 212 725-4300
Monday:14.00 - late (door closes 02.00)
Tuesday:14.00 - late (door closes 02.00)
Wednesday:14.00 - late (door closes 02.00)
Thursday:14.00 - late (door closes 02.00)
Friday:14.00 - late (door closes 02.00)
Saturday:10.00 - late (door closes 02.00)
Sunday:10.00 - late (door closes 02.00)
Skyline, city, Empire State Building
Bar bites / Sushi / Brunch
Weekday: casual
Weekend night: upscale casual

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