If you’ve ever spent a spring in NYC you know that means al fresco everything. More specifically, rooftop drinks and happy hours every-damn-day. Gallow Green is one of the city’s best (and favorite) rooftop bars year-round and will return to being its lush green oasis this spring!
The Gallow Green at The McKittrick Hotel will bloom with flowers and overgrown herbs and hanging vines specially designed by Jen Stone of Stonekelly Events & Florals. This whimsical wonderland is the perfect spot for romantic dates, friendly hangouts, or after work drinks!
This spring, Gallow Green will offer seasonal selections of potent handcrafted cocktails, share plates, seafood, and desserts by Executive Chef Pascal Le Seac’h.
Seasonal cocktails will include: Sleep No More, consisting of pea flower-infused vodka, elderflower and rosé cider, Gallow Green, made with bourbon, blue curaçao, citrus and ginger, and Northern Lights featuring tequila, pomegranate, citrus, and soda.
As for the food, you can expect to see new menu items like the oven-baked Artichoke & Crab Dip, Octopus Piperade, Ribs, and a vegan Buddha Bowl. Of course, signature items like the chilled Beau Soleil Oysters and selection of Saxelby Cheesemongers cheeses will still be available.
Craving even more? Be sure to get your hands on the McKittrick Cheeseburger, Cheese Curds, or Flat Iron Steak.
If you want to be one of the first to explore the rooftop garden oasis this year, you can reserve your spot for their spring soiree and grand reopening on Earth Day (Saturday, April 22nd). Live music will be joined by an array of this year’s menu offerings and cocktails to pair. The two-hour seating starts at $65 for the 5pm session and $75 for the 7:30pm session.
Can’t make it to the grand reopening? No worries! The rooftop will be open daily from 5pm and plans to offer Sunset Sundays with live music, weekend brunch, along with potions and planting tea parties during Mother’s Day weekend next month.
Reservations can be made on Resy through their website.
Where: 542 West 27th Street, New York
Also published on Medium.