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.
Forbes: Where to Eat and Drink: A Day in Midtown Manhattan
After a day of meetings, treat yourself to some drinks with a view on one of Manhattan’s many rooftop bars. … Guests enter through an unassuming door way and then walk through an industrial-looking hall way on the way to the elevator to the roof. What is nice about this rooftop lounge is that there are several different options once you get to the top.
The Knot: A Modern, Glam Vow Renewal at The Skylark in New York City
A Modern, Glam Vow Renewal…The grooms loved how the venue provided “a real New York experience” for their guests—some of whom traveled from different countries and states to attend the festivities. The event kicked off with a surprise vow renewal on the rooftop overlooking the famed Empire State Building.
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Spending time near Herald Square may strike you as an inadvisable, wrong, and bad choice, but this 30th floor bar elevates you out of the Midtown chaos to a 360-degree view of Manhattan and the Hudson River. Though the indoor rooftop stays open past midnight, plan to visit at sunset for the best westward facing views and #nofilter selfie opportunities. Cocktails are neither cheap, nor spectacular (stick to beer), but the location is perfect to delay your commute and hunker down on a rainy work day.
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Way up on the 30th floor, the Midtown views are spectacular from the open-air rooftop or the multi-level indoor space. Plush furnishings, warm lighting, and artful décor create a classy vibe inside, with a more casual feel on the open rooftop, equipped with glass walls and variety of seating. Enjoy small plates and clever cocktails amid views of the Empire State Building, Hudson River, Times Square, and Hudson Yards.
Architectural Digest: Ten Spectacular Rooftop Bars and Lounges
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.
Food & Wine: 5 Ways to Upgrade Your Frosé This Summer
The Skylark, a rooftop bar in Midtown, is debuting its Rosé Your Way menu [featuring] a charming spin on the bar’s signature frosé (which incorporates St. Germain and cranberry juice): You now have the option of topping your slushie drink with a selection of seasonal fruits, like strawberries and blueberries, rosé gummies, or edible flowers to create a refreshing, Instagram-friendly adult beverage.
Eater: 22 Enticing Rooftop Bars Around NYC
The Skylark is an indoor-outdoor Midtown West roof bar with an especially strong focus on frozen drinks. There are six styles of frosé, including one made with blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. There’s another frosé on the menu with gummy bears in it, along with other frozen and flashy cocktails.
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For more stunning skyline views, head over to The Skylark. If you want a really good spot, make a reservation. Also, make sure you try the mac and cheese cupcakes.
Conde Nast Traveler: New Year’s Eve: Where to Watch the Ball Drop in New York City
The best all-around New Year’s Eve views can be found at The Skylark, a posh cocktail lounge located thirty floors up just a few blocks south of Times Square. The sleek, sexy space offers great views of the ball drop, the midtown skyline, the Central Park fireworks, and the . Tickets start at $375, a small price to pay for all the excellent Instagram opportunities you’ll find.
Haute Living: 10 Rooftop Bars with Epic Views in New York City
The Skylark is a sophisticated rooftop bar and lounge offering guests the chance to sip signature cocktails 30 stories high in the heart of Times Square. The contemporary, yet classic tiered lounge features floor-to-ceiling windows, boasting panoramic views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline including iconic buildings—the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. Whether you’re looking for post-work drinks or a night out, The Skylark is an all-season destination with both indoor and outdoor spaces designed by Meyer Davis Studio.
Hemispheres Magazine: 10 Rooftop Bars in New York City to Ring in the End of Summer
For unparalleled and unobstructed views of the Empire State Building, take the elevator up 30 floors to this indoor-outdoor Garment District cocktail lounge. There’s even a special corner dedicated to snapping selfies with the Art Deco icon; if you don’t use their ring light to get the perfect magical glow, you’re doing it all wrong. Don’t overlook their equally photogenic drinks, including a menu of seven signature frosés, topped with everything from coconut foam to edible flowers to rainbow mini marshmallows.
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A classic cocktail lounge with a seamless flow from indoor to outdoor, The Skylark is the ideal place to engage in elegantly-crafted libations and small plates.
Haute Living: Five Rooftop Bars You Can Still Enjoy In The Fall
This glamorous 30th-floor cocktail lounge has the best views in Midtown and the best part—it’s all enclosed. The Skylark, which is a glass palace in the sky, is known for its lavish furnishings and 360-degree views of iconic buildings such as the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. This Fall, guests can spoil themselves with a range of signature cocktails and bar bites like the cheese and charcuterie board, harvest duck wontons and more. As a bonus for when it is nice outside, The Skylark boasts an open-air rooftop terrace.
Thrillist: Rooftop mac & cheese cupcakes at the sexiest after-work spot in Midtown
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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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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The Skylark opened in October 2013 and has already established itself as a New York nightlife landmark. The lounge’s central Garment District location makes it the perfect destination for after-work drinks in Midtown, and its 7,000 square foot, multi-level design gives guests lots of space to move around and mingle. Looking over the Hudson River, Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, and Times Square, The Skylark offers some of the best view of the city…The drinks even change with the season, so your palette will never get bored.
Jetset Magazine: Sitting on Top of the World: Times Square’s The Skylark
The Skylark is wowing businesspeople, tourists, and all comers with its stunning penthouse lounge. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and an adjacent outdoor patio that delivers expansive panoramic views, being inside The Skylark is akin to sitting on top of the world—New York style.
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The stunning venue served as the couple’s inspiration, which translated to an evening full of metallic gold touches and timeless style. … And based on these gorgeous photos, it’s safe to say that this glam New York City wedding is worthy of a standing ovation.