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The Best Rooftop Bar NYC Brunches
July 3, 2015, 7:46 a.m.
People underestimate the power of a good brunch venue in NYC. One of the best ways to brunch is with a view and when you choose to do so on a NYC rooftop bar there is no doubt that you are #winning! You simply can’t go wrong with good drinks, food, and a scenic setting while you talk about business, life, or even when on a “daytime date.” Truth be told, taking your date to a rooftop for brunch in NYC leaves the same impression for a lot less $$$. Make it a little more interesting by selecting a rooftop restaurant that serves more than just bagels and scones like:
Salon de Ning
Sitting on a Fifth Avenue roof deck located on the 23rd floor of The Peninsula New York is the Salon de Ning. This Asian-themed venue offers a $49 three-course prix-fixe brunch menu that you can enjoy in an enchanting setting. The rooftop offers dramatic views of Fifth Avenue where east meets west and is a perfect place to enjoy an entrée that includes waffles, eggs, veggies, and your choice of fish or meat. After your meal, you can relish in a dessert tasting and recline on one of the Chinese daybeds while you sip champagne. A truly lovely New York brunch with an international appeal.
Open for brunch on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Everything about a Sunday brunch at Penthouse 808 located on the top of The Ravel Hotel in Long Island City is delicious. From the stuffed French toast to the $4 mimosas, you are sure to leave content from your NYC rooftop brunch experience. The incomparable energy of their Manhattan Skyline and Queensboro Bridge view, paired with a happy tummy from the mouthwatering menu items prepared by Executive Chef Seth Levine makes this venue a top choice for brunch in New York City. Who knew a place existed in NYC that could make $38 go so far?
Open for brunch on Sundays from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Dine alfresco at Brooklyn’s finest rooftop restaurant. Alma is a tri-level Mexican eatery, where foodies compete for a seat on the rooftop patio all year-round. Your homemade breakfast doesn’t stand a chance against their hearty morning grub like chilaquiles con huevos, served with jalapeno home fries and plantains for just $8! Or a pan Mexicana relleno which is a South of the Border version of French toast stuffed with queso fresco and plantains along with sautéed apples and almonds. A delectable dish for just $8.50! Take a trip to Cobble Hill and see why Brooklynites are so enthused about this brunch menu.
Open for brunch on Sundays from 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.