I am writing about one of my favorite hobbies and I woul like to share my experience in the Garment District. Having worked often in the area as blogger, always looking for a new place to eat specially in summer. Whenever I get a photoshoot here, The smells of the food and sweet alcohol emanate my nose while I window shop at some of my favorite stores. (If you haven’t already, check out my last post where I talk about for the neighborhood and the “4 Must Try Restaurants and Bars in the Garment District“ this summer.
As usually I wound up exploring the bars and restaurants once again throughout the Garment District…but this time, focusing on rooftop bars and places with delicious drinks, bites, and great atmospheres for the Summertime.
First up, is the amazing Castell rooftop lounge. Known for its beautiful Garden-esque interior and views of the Manhattan skyline and really good cocktails, this rooftop bar is a must-visit this season.
First up, is the amazing Castell rooftop lounge. Known for its beautiful Garden-esque interior and views of the Manhattan skyline and sunset and really good cocktails, this rooftop bar is a must-visit this season.
Always fashionable Midtown, I thinked my outfit was the perfect match with this place classic white outfit that perfectly matched the interior of the bar.
Another great rooftop I would highly recommend is The Elsie rooftop. If you want one of the most beautiful and modern vibes both inside and out in the sun, this is the place to be. Was my first time here. I could not believe how gorgeous this place was!
Twenty-five stories up near Bryant Park sits the lavish Elsie Rooftop paying homage to society's doyenne. Bringing storied events all the way from Paris and London halfway across the world to New York City’s energy and savoir faire. Offering progressive mixology and an upscale seasonally focused light fare menu, which perfectly compliments every cocktail. Located on the 25th floor penthouse — Elsie is truly an all-season destination with stylish indoor and outdoor seating options.
I then walked straight to the the bar to find the entrance to the rooftop. When I finally got there, it was super crowded since it was happy hour, but boy, was the VIEW worth it!, there was an point of view.
Is a market fish taqueria and cold-pressed juice margarita bar inspired by the healthy lifestyle where beach, surf, and sun are synonymous with fresh local food.
"Clinton Hall’s newest location, CH 36 is just mere steps from MSG, Penn Station and NJ transit to make for easy access from any part of the tri-state area! From our mezzanine level, enjoy a view of the Empire State Building and downstairs endulge in a Supercraft Beer and one of their many giant wall games!”
"The Rag Trader, evokes the old garment factory that once was. Executive Chef Justin Ottervanger has created rustic, elegant dishes and together with a careful selection of wine and craft beer, and their cocktails encompass old favorites. A peek downstairs will reveal Bo Peep Cocktail & Highball Store, a cocktail and piano bar that will make your heart smile.”
UPSIDE PIZZA OXIDO
A 90’s-inspired slice joint, Upside Pizza, opens in the Garment District.
Brought to you by Naom Grossman together Anthony Falco (formerly of Roberta’s), Upside Pizza takes a new approach to the pizza-making process with a Montague Hearth Bake brick oven (rarely used in New York pizzerias).
"Handcrafted cocktails, local beers and friendly wines as well as a creative menu of sharable plates in a snug and stylish space in the Garment District. Steps from Times Square and Bryant Park, offering lunch, dinner, pre-theater, post-theater and late drinks, The Indo will be your new favorite gathering place." it's a MUST.
I hope you guys enjoyed my review of the summer rooftop and indoor bars that you MUST visit in the Garment District. you just need a foodie friend to tell you where to go ;). Happy Summer!