NYC rooftop bar: The Skylark NYC

Rooftop bar The Skylark in New York
Rooftop bar The Skylark in New York
Rooftop bar The Skylark in New York
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The Skylark NYC - rooftop bar in New York


  • 30th floor
  • Weekdays
  • Amazing views
  • Mixologist cocktails

The Skylark NYC rooftop (or just the Skylark rooftop, as many call it) is a rooftop bar in New York located on the 30th floor near Times Square. From the roof terrace you get a great view of, among other things, the Hudson River, the Empire State Building and Times Square. Many people come here for after work to enjoy the delicious drinks and fine views. One of the best NY rooftop bars and NYC sky lounges for some "after work". The roof terrace can be reserved for bigger events. From the rooftop bar you can order classic cocktails made with the best ingredients along with tasty snacks of highest quality. The The Skylark NYC dress code is smart casual, sp dress neatly and stylishly and you will feel at home here. The Skylark NYC is a rooftop bar in New York for those who like luxury, good drinks and good views. Great places have many names, Skylark NYC, The Skylark Bar NYC and so forth.

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200 W 39th St, New York, NY 10018
+1 212 257-4577

Opening hours

Mon – Fri 16:30 – Late


Hudson River, Times Square, Empire State Building, Midtown Manhattan




Dinner bites

Dress code

Business/Upscale casual

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