It took a while, but rooftops are finally reopening in NYC!
With outdoor dining approved to reopen in Phase 2, which NYC is entering today, June 22, rooftop gardens and patios are slowly but surely starting to open back up. And New York’s largest outdoor rooftop space at 230 Fifth didn’t wait long; it’s officially back open.
You may know 230 Fifth for its festive, cozy igloos in the winter, but the summertime is really when it’s in its prime. It boasts stunning views of surrounding Manhattan, tropical palm trees, comfy seating, and of course, frozen drinks—like frose and frozen margaritas, just to name a couple.
Just take look at the paradise right in the middle of the city here:
Though they haven’t shared specific details on how they’re implementing social distancing on the roof, of course NY state rules demand that customer seating is six feet apart, workers must always wear face coverings, and more. You can read more about those guidelines here.
On Instagram they said that reservations aren’t required.
Cheers to summer starting back up!
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featured image source: 230 Fifth