Welcome to The Skylark

Set thirty stories up in the heart of Times Square South, The Skylark delivers a classically-styled cocktail lounge with expansive panoramic views of the Hudson River, Hudson Yards, Times  Square, The Empire State Building, and the best of Midtown Manhattan.

With its multi-level indoor spaces, open-air rooftop terrace and warm furnishings — designed by Meyer Davis Studio — The Skylark is a truly all-season destination. In cooler months, guests can enjoy breathtaking city views from the main lounge's floor-to-ceiling windows. Warmer days deliver an experience that flows naturally between the indoor and outdoor spaces.

Drinks and food at The Skylark are as distinctive as the space itself. The exclusive mixologist's cocktail menu is based on classic inspirations that are rendered using only the freshest ingredients. The light fare options include a variety of small plates – perfect for an after-work or evening bite.

The Skylark was developed by hospitality veteran David Rabin together with Jim Kirsch and Alison Awerbuch of Abigail Kirsch.

(Business/upscale casual dress suggested)

 

About the Team Neighborhood Guide

David Rabin

David Rabin has a long and varied history in NYC's hospitality scene. Currently, he's a partner in The Lambs Club, Jimmy at the James (Soho and Chicago), and the newly opened Cafe Clover in the West Village. His past ventures include the nightclub Lotus, Union Bar, and Rex. A long-time Manhattan resident, David also serves on the board of The Times Square Alliance. 

Jim Kirsch &
Alison Awerbuch

As principals of Abigail Kirsch, Jim Kirsch and Alison Awerbuch have worked together for more than 30 years. Awerbuch — who serves as Chef & Partner — is the creative force behind the AK brand, while Kirsch has overseen multiple expansions at the helm of the family business originally started by Abigail and Bob Kirsch. The company has become one of the most renowned catering and event companies in the tri-state areas serving Fortune 100 companies in finance, media, entertainment, as well as non-profits, historic institutions, consumer products and more.