This Rooftop In Meatpacking Just Got A Magical Floral Makeover

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This Rooftop In Meatpacking Just Got A Magical Floral Makeover

And offers the most amazing sunset views!

As NYers have turned to outdoor dining as an alternative way to safely dine out for the past 14 months, restaurants got creative in putting up extravagant decoration to bring incredible dining experiences right to the streets or roofs of NYC.

From Wisteria canopies, to overheard gardens, NYC has a new floral paradise located in the Meatpacking district.

Catch Roof has partnered with popular florist, Floratorium, to create an enchanting, floral oasis stories above the streets of Manhattan.

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Floratorium shared on Instagram that the color palette was inspired by the ocean. You’ll start your journey on the ground floor where you’ll be greeted by beautiful purple clematis. From there, see pink Bougainvillea and Lavender Wisteria’s as you roam under wrapping vines of vibrant orange and pink flowers guiding you to your table.

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Once seated, you’ll be stunned in every direction with bright colors and twinkling lights illuminating the rooftop. Wisteria flowers in ranging colors that resemble a gorgeous sunset line the walls and overhead for one of the most gorgeous spring atmospheres in the city.

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For fare options, choose from mouthwatering seafood dishes including Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Grilled Branzino, and 1.5lb Alaskan King Crab. Or visit at brunch time for a Tuna Poke Bowl, Lobster Mac & Cheese, or Cinnamon Roll Pancakes.

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For cocktails sip on the Sunset Spritz while you actually watch the sunset color the city, or try the You Had Me At Aloe with Casamigos blanco tequila, Chareau aloe liqueur, watermelon, basil leaf  or Mo’jito Mo’problems with white and anejo rum, Santa Teresa 1796 Privelage, toasted coconut water, mint, and lime.

You can make your reservations here.

Where: 21 9th Avenue, New York

Hours: Brunch Saturday – Sunday (11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.) & Dinner Sunday – Monday (5:30 p.m. – 11 p.m.), Tuesday – Friday (6 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.), Saturday (5:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.)

featured image source: Instagram/ @jromeroromero

See also: 10 Prettiest Floral Outdoor Dining Setups Across NYC

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