The Hottest Hotel Rooftop Bars

These new hotel hangouts around the country serve up jaw-dropping views along with inventive cocktails.

New York: The Empire Hotel Rooftop

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The iconic red-neon Empire Hotel sign is a familiar sight on the Manhattan skyline. Now, thanks to the opening of the 8,000-square-foot Empire Hotel Rooftop—the latest addition to restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow’s empire—you can enjoy cocktails directly in its shadow. Patrons to the Upper West Side space have the run of not one, but three outdoor terraces that feature wicker day loungers, private cabanas, and a bar with a retractable roof. The menu features Chodorow’s typical Asian fusion cuisine, like Kobe beef sliders and rock shrimp tempura served with a sweet chili sauce.

 

 

The Hottest Hotel Rooftop Bars

New York: The Empire Hotel Rooftop

The iconic red-neon Empire Hotel sign is a familiar sight on the Manhattan skyline. Now, thanks to the opening of the 8,000-square-foot Empire Hotel Rooftop—the latest addition to restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow’s empire—you can enjoy cocktails directly in its shadow. Patrons to the Upper West Side space have the run of not one, but three outdoor terraces that feature wicker day loungers, private cabanas, and a bar with a retractable roof. The menu features Chodorow’s typical Asian fusion cuisine, like Kobe beef sliders and rock shrimp tempura served with a sweet chili sauce.

 

 

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