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Best NYC Rooftops with Instagrammable Views

Across New York City lies a wide variety of rooftop restaurants and bars, offering sweeping views of the remarkable skyline and chic atmospheres to relax. In addition to the glamorous ambiance, these settings offer breathtaking glimpses of the boroughs that are most definitely insta-worthy. These photo-ops will have your followers liking your latest posts in no time.

The Crown

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This rooftop bar and lounge, located on the the 21st floor of the swanky 50 Bowery Hotel, offers beaming views of Manhattan and Brooklyn, in a light-filled space. Unique dishes and drinks created by Chef Dale Talde, David Massoni, and John Bush of Three Kings Restaurant Group allow for both an enjoyable and worthwhile experience.

Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar

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Loopy Doopy offers signature, stylish popsicle coctails with a remarkable background. The bar provides impressive sights of attractions such as the New York harbor, Statue of Liberty and even the New Jersey skyline, alongside the Hudson River. This unforgettable bar has a monthly rotation of beverage flavors, allowing constant anticipation for your next return.

Westlight at the William Vale

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Located in the saavy neighborhood of Williamsburg, Westlight at The William Vale has breathtaking panoramic views of Manhattan, with phenomenal food and drinks to complement. Especially at sunset, this rooftop offers unparalleled sights of New York City, desirable enough for a new Instagram post.

230 Fifth

230 Fifth offers unobstructed views in the heart of Manhattan, highlighting spots such as the infamous Empire State Building. This lavish hangout offers a glamorous rooftop filled with seasonal intricate cocktails, in addition to an “igloo bar” November-May. The space has both an indoor penthouse along with a rooftop garden, perfect for entertaining, as well as a casual drink.

Mr. Purple

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Situated on the 15th floor of Hotel Indigo Lower East Side, Mr. Purple has indoor and outdoor space offering dazzling views of downtown Manhattan. This trendy rooftop contains an outdoor pool surrounded by stunning glimpses of several bridges and world-class architecture.

Salon de Ning at The Peninsula

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Salon de Ning is located in the center of Midtown Manhattan, inside the exclusive Peninsula Hotel. This rooftop lines Fifth Avenue, and has views of Central Park, as well as the bustling city below. Two terraces and an inside bar offer a relaxing setting despite the hectic scenery surrounding the area.