“Igloo dining” used to be only available in a few NYC locations (like 230 Fifth’s rooftop and City Winery’s pop-up in Rockefeller Center), but now there are tons of places across the city where you can curl up in a cozy dining bubble or igloo!
Whether you want to have your own space separate from other diners, or just want a fun new background for the ‘gram, these restaurants are perfect choices.
Check ’em out here:
Fully heated and with a panoramic view of Manhattan, each igloo is even fitted with snuggies to keep warm. Read more here.
Where: 230 5th Ave, New York
2. Bryant Park, Midtown
Where: 40th-42nd St. between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas
Brought back to the Rockefeller Center, enjoy a winter menu in these domes right in the heart of the city’s winter festivities!
Where: 45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York
4. City Vineyard, Tribeca
Skyline views and wine, what more could you want?!? That’s what you’ll find at City Winery’s sister restaurant, City Vineyard, on the gorgeous Tribeca waterfront.
Where: 233 West St, New York
5. Lucciola, Upper West Side
Indulge in their wine selection while you twirl pasta around your fork!
Where: 621 Amsterdam Ave, New York
6. Suprema Provisions, Greenwich Village
Sink your teeth into the Suprema Burger or try any of their delicious small plates.
Where: 305 Bleecker St, New York
7. No5, Long Island City
This vegan restaurant (that still has non-vegan options!) is currently working on setting up their dining bubbles but guests can stay warm on their heated patio for the time being!
Where: 35-43 37th St., Long Island City
8. Cafe du Soleil, UWS
Enjoy French classics plus Mediterranean-influenced fare, like white boudin, frog legs, rabbit, and fish stews that will have you feeling like you’ve been whisked off to Europe. Plus, don’t sleep on their weekend brunch!
Where: 2723 Broadway, New York
*As NYC goes through another surge of this pandemic, please check to make sure businesses on this list are open and follow any safety protocols. As a note, the city requires proof of full vaccination for indoor dining and activities, and encourages residents to get their booster shots to protect themselves against the Omicron variant. Stay safe, New York.*