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The enclosed greenhouse and the outdoor terrace are both ideal perches for sipping luxurious $15 cocktails and enjoying the multimillion-dollar view of midtown’s soaring skyscrapers.
This Astoria gym is the only place in the city to Spin under open skies (unless you count, you know, riding a two-wheeler).
Find your green thumb at this 6,000-square-foot plot in Greenpoint, which boasts breathtaking views of Manhattan.
Modeled after the Calais-Mediterranée Express, a luxury train famous for transporting wealthy passengers to the French Riviera in the ’20s and ’30s, the narrow space replicates a refined dining car.
Starting in May, Serene revives its open-air yoga sessions on the roof deck of the James hotel in Soho. Instructor Brigitte Bourdeau leads each hour-long Thursday class.
This year French conceptualist artist Pierre Huyghe brings an exciting site-specific installation to the garden. The project itself is a surprise.
The rooftop reopens to the public with a lush salad garden, filled with antioxidant greens like epazote, a South American culinary delicacy, plus an array of heirloom tomatoes.
There’s something about looking out over the city from up high, soaking in the skyline, that makes the experience much more, dare we say, cinematic. Programming runs the gamut.
The pop-up minigolf course offers food like moon-pie sundaes, pimento grilled cheeses and Southern fried chicken, plus drinks for a sober game or a tipsy one, depending on your mood.
The chic nail salon’s newest outpost is just above Caribbean restaurant Miss Lily’s, but the vibe upstairs is less island party and more Zen hideaway—complete with an airy outdoor deck.
The swanky, nautically inflected lounge atop the 29-story Viceroy features a 1,200-square-foot terrace with postcardworthy vistas of midtown and Central Park.
This West Village branch of Equinox gym has what you’ve been thirsting for: a tranquil 15-meter pool and sundeck alongside the Hudson.
"Low Budget Sketch Show" presents an evening of holiday videos, festivity and fun. They will be screening a Special Christmas episode, joined by NY's best sketch comedy groups. Sat, 12/20, 7pm, free. Read more