On Memorial Day 2017, NYC will kick off the start the amazing summer events. Memorial Day is all about honoring the brave women and men who have died while serving our country. But, Memorial Day is also about day-drinking and savoring the long weekend. So, today the Deco NY brings you our selection of the TOP 7 NYC Rooftop Parties to Celebrate Memorial Day you definitely cannot miss!
Good Roof at Dobbin St
The reliable club space Good Room kicks off its bi-weekly rooftop residency at Dobbin St with a dope day of dancing and drinking. Chill out to beats by Holy Ghost! Celebrate Memorial Day in the best way possible!
Roof at Park South
Gotham’s top-notch cocktail haunts come tucked in restaurant basements, stuffed behind unmarked storefronts and hidden in hot-dog shacks. Rarely do you find quality drinks in the DJ-soundtracked, pool-soaked terrain of rooftop bars—until now. This remarkable place is one of the best rooftops spots in all NYC.
The transportive vibe of Sleep No More, Punchdrunk’s interactive theater piece at the McKittrick Hotel, carries over to the venue’s rooftop bar. Gallow Green has the feel of a garden party thrown at an abandoned farm. Fairy lights and tattered flags hang between verdant trellises. You definitely have to attend this amazing NYC Rooftop Parties!
Top of the Strand
The Strand Hotel’s 21st-floor drinkery boasts an uninterrupted sight line of the towering Empire State Building and first-come, first-served benches that offer a front-row seat. Don’t let the imposing main attraction blind you to the rest of the skyline—to your left is the lit-up crown of Langham Place at 400 Fifth Avenue, and over to your right is the illuminated double-fin roof of the Epic. This amazing view will definitely make your Memorial Day even more fantastic.
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While the music pounds downstairs, this amazing rooftop offers a palm-studded oasis with white chaise lounges.
The William Vale Hotel debuted their first-ever rooftop bar, Westlight, a stylish glass box capping the neighborhood’s tallest skyscraper. Take the dedicated elevator 22 stories up to the industrial yet swank space—set with black-and-white tiled floors, bright globe lights and a beamed ceiling—to experience a hotel rooftop bar that has all the goods to be a standalone New York cocktail den.
There are few better ways to enjoy New York than from above, cocktail in hand, gazing across the lights and landmarks that define the city. One such landmark is the historic Knickerbocker Hotel, onetime haunt of American elite like F. Scott Fitzgerald and John D. Rockefeller, which serves as base of this 7,800-square-foot rooftop bar and terrace.
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