NYC rooftop bar: Top of the Strand

Rooftop bar Top of the Strand in New York
Rooftop bar Top of the Strand in New York
Rooftop bar Top of the Strand in New York
Rooftop bar Top of the Strand in New York
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Top of the Strand - rooftop bar in New York

Highlights

  • 21st floor
  • Relaxing
  • Empire State Building views

Top of the Strand NYC is considered as one of the best rooftop bars in NYC according to many. The rooftop at The Strand NYC, is perched on the 21st floor of The Strand Hotel rooftop bar in midtown Manhattan. The views from here are breathtaking. In the winter’s there’s a retractable glass roof that covers the rooftop lounge, which makes this an all year around rooftop bar. Not very common in New York. The friendly atmosphere, superb view and tasty cocktails makes Top of The Strand New York one of the best and most visited rooftops in NYC. Top of the Strand rooftop bar (also known as The Strand NYC or The Strand Rooftop), keep that name on your mind when looking for rooftop bars in Manhattan. The Strand NYC rooftop bar has a smart casual dress code - both during the days and evenings.

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The Strand Hotel, 33 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018
+1 646 368-6385

Opening hours

Sun – Mon 17:00 – 00:00
Tue – Sat 17:00 – 01:00

View

Empire State Building, rooftops, skyscrapers and city

Price-class

$$$$

Food

Bar bites

Dress code

Smart casual

More info

Booking.com

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