The stunning seventh floor terrace of the 620 Fifth Ave building in Rockefeller Center is normally reserved for private events, but this summer they are hosting a dinner series open to the public!
And you really don’t want to miss your chance to catch these views.
One of Midtown’s most coveted terraces, 620 Loft & Garden, has opened for a summer dining experience highlighting different NYC chefs and restaurants. Every two weeks, a new NYC eatery will take over the space for a “pop-up restaurant” of sorts, serving a curated menu of drinks and bites against the beautiful backdrop of Fifth Avenue and the NYC skyline.
Korean street snack-inspired Atogirl is just finishing their run (as of Thursday, July 29), but next up is farm-to-table Brooklyn favorite Olmsted. The dinner series is only taking place Monday-Thursday, for the perfect after-work plans! Here’s Olmsted’s schedule:
Monday 8/2 – Thursday 8/5
Monday 8/9 – Thursday 8/12
Book your reservation on their website here so you can take in this spectacular space while you still can! The menu is prix-fixe, with Olmsted’s offering including summer favorites like Tonkatsu Spare Ribs, Little Gem Salad with Fancy Ranch, Heirloom Tomato Salad, Pinto Potato Salad with Summer Sauce, Corny Corn Bread and a Fudgey Brownie a la Mode.
I mean, just look at the peaks of St. Patrick’s Cathedral: