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The seasonal popsicle "poptails' were a big hit with my friend and me. It was a hot day, so the strawberry mint popsicles dunked in Prosecco were a welcome cool down. The view from the roof garden of Central Park and the city are incredible....More
always go to the metropolitan for the exhibits. mind blowing. well how about an unexpected surprise. One of the best views of the city ever. and they have a service bar. Nothing elegant but to see the city form on top of the Met was...More
Visited after seeing the Met museum's marvellous rock 'n' roll exhibition. A lovely sunny day and glorious views over Manhattan. BUT... those prices! 11 dollars (£8.80, you Brits) for a can of lager in a plastic cup? Crazy. 15 dollars for a tiny glass of...More
Amazing views of central park and surrounds on a clear day.
Perfect place for a respite after wandering around the Metropolitan Museum of Art. very good experienceAccess is via lift and its worthwhile asking a guard to show you where the elevator is on your...More
This was the highlight of my last trip to new york; the prices were high but to come in and stop for a drink its worth it. There is no table service just a bar so there is no wait or line-up to get in;...More
Really nice views of the New York skyline out over Central Park. And you can buy a drink to relax or watch the sunset. If you make it to the MET you should at least visit this rooftop site to get some pictures, you don't...More
As a viewing area it's superb, as a restaurant it's awful. I understand paying $12 for a sandwich in a place like this - but when you're making this kind of profit margin you should at least provide a decent sandwich - it's not that...More
It's not the best view of Central Park. For that, my favorite place is a window table at Robert, the restaurant in the Museum of Arts & Design in Columbus Circle. But it's ok especially in the fall. The wine is overpriced and not very...More