The New York Times

The Skylark is different from a lot of rooftop bars. It's as inviting inside as out. Ambitious drinks are served in glassware with some heft...The music, which you can actually hear, is surprising in all the good ways. And the answer to the essential rooftop question, How are the views? Worthy of a few moments of silent contemplation. The Empire State Building. The tip of the Chrysler Building. Worldwide Plaza. A sliver of Central Park. The Hudson River. Maybe the Midtown office building in which you work.

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Architectural Digest

Designed in sophisticated style by the firm of Meyer Davis—whose clients include fashion brands Oscar de la Renta and John Varvatos—the 30th-floor Skylark soars amid the skyscrapers of New York’s Garment District.

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Travel & Leisure

Newcomer The Skylark is the crown jewel. Nightlife veteran David Rabin (Lambs Club, Jimmy at the James) is behind the concept, which pairs an upscale summer cookout menu (mac and cheese cupcakes, root beer Old-Fashioneds) with 270-degree views encompassing the Hudson River, Empire State Building, and Times Square. Raining? Head downstairs to the Mad Men–mod lounge outfitted with Midcentury Modern furnishings and floor-to-ceiling windows.

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New York Post

Don’t be surprised if tourists soon trade the $29 cost of an observation deck pass at the Empire State Building for a couple of cocktails at The Skylark.

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Harper's Bazaar

For midtown revelers, enjoy your libations with a gorgeous view of the Empire State building and downtown Manhattan.

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Women's Wear Daily

Since opening in November, staffers from Calvin Klein, Ferragamo, Suno, Cushnie et Ochs and other nearby businesses have dropped by for after-work drinks and in some cases private parties.

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Guest of a Guest

The Skylark has been drawing people from all over the city who want quality cocktails and a chic atmosphere with the backdrop of the New York skyline. During spring and summer, when everyone trades clubs for rooftop bars, we have no doubt this will be the prime destination.

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Vogue

Suno designers Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis held court with Tyson and Kimberly Chandler, Selita Ebanks, and Susie Bubble for their after-party at the rooftop bar The Skylark.

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The Wall Street Journal

The Skylark is the latest such spot, perched atop a beige building at the corner of 39th Street and Seventh Avenue. It offers a bird's-eye view of Times Square twinkling in the after-work dusk.

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Page Six

Guests Colin Quinn, stylist June Ambrose, fotog Bob Gruen, Matt Harvey and Anne V later headed to a Skylark after-party [following the screening of Walter Mitty].

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Us Weekly

Naomi Watts enjoyed the views … at this 30th floor lounge in NYC.

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Vanity Fair

Judi Dench's after-party for Philomena held at The Skylark

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French Morning New York

Du décor à la conception des cocktails et du menu (avec des versions “chic” et contemporaines de classiques comme le — black walnut Manhattan — ou les — mac & cheese cupcakes — garnis de chutney à la tomate séchée), on respire l’élégance des années 30 tout en admirant les lampes au style industriel.

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InStyle

Following the screening, the after party took place at The Skylark where guests enjoyed cocktails aptly named The Windsor, Royal Violet, and Her Majesty.

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Rundown NYC

"Inventive" hardly captures the spirit of the spirits here. Drinks are doctored up with saffron, charred rosemary, and ice made with grilled lemons. That ice chills the Fort Knox (bourbon, mezcal, yellow chartreuse, and honey syrup) and the dirtiest of dirty martinis, infused with Sriracha bitters and a judicious amount of brine.

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Thrillist

Perched way, way, way above 39th and 7th, The Skylark's a multi-level lounge (from a team of nightlife, catering, and real estate players, including club vet David Rabin) on the 30th floor that's going to seriously step up your after-work drinking-game.

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Gothamist

Everyone loves a good rooftop bar, and this week the Skylark Lounge added one more high-altitude drinking spot to Manhattan.

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Time Out New York

Enjoy a view of the Empire State Building at this 7,000-square-foot lounge, filled with suede couches and tufted-leather stools.

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W Magazine

A Cinema Society screening of Diana, hosted by Linda Wells and Allure Magazine, followed by a party at new hot spot the Skylark.

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New York Mag

The rooftop-bar season needn't end after Labor day (or, in Indian summers like this, Columbus Day). A new cocktail lounge has been installed atop a 30-floor garment center building that's home to labels like Carmen Marc Valvo and Max Mara…

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Grub Street

The rooftop-bar season needn’t end after Labor Day (or, in Indian summers like this, Columbus Day). A new cocktail lounge has been installed atop a 30-floor garment-center building that’s home to labels…

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New York Daily News

Nightlife legend David Rabin's Skylark opens in midtown the week of Oct. 21... Billion-dollar broker Dolly Lenz on the SushiSamba roof deck in the West Village with the eatery's managing partners...

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Eater.com

On West Eighth Street, Jared Gordon and Jesse Wilson are opening a "bar for grown-ups" called Analogue, which will have food by Comodo's Felipe Donnelly and Mac Osborne. And, David Rabin and Johnny Swet are working on a new 39th Street rooftop cocktail parlor called The Skylark.

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New York Times

SKYLARK MIDTOWN, It will get a new rooftop aerie, courtesy of the restaurateur David Rabin and the Abigail Kirsch catering company. The multilevel lounge will offer cocktails by the mixologist Johnny Swet, of Jimmy.

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