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230 Fifth


230 5th Ave
New York, NY 10016   
Venue Type
Bar,Lounge,Outdoors / Patio
230 Fifth is New York's largest outdoor Rooftop Garden and fully enclosed Penthouse Lounge. Larger perhaps than all other comparable venues combined.” The view from this humongous Penthouse lounge is simply breath taking. Party-goers rave about the spectacular view of the city. They also rave about 230 Fifth’s extensive drink menu. Party-goers at 230 Fifth are mature and adhere to the strict dress policy. Female patrons love the service of 230 Fifth, especially because the club provides the ladies with red robes to wear as the night goes on and it begins to get chilly.
Eats & Drinks
230 Fifth is not only known for their spectacular view, but also for the food menu. 230 Fifth offers its patrons a wide variety of dishes like Short Rib Beef Rendang ,Sea Bass, and Nasi Lemak. Customers rave about the delicious club food and the service that 230 Fifth provides to its customers.
At 230 Fifth, the brightly colored penthouse lounge with the scenic view of New York City provides partygoers with the ultimate experience. 230 Fifth has received worldwide recognition as New York's # 1 Rooftop Garden and Fully Enclosed Penthouse Lounge / Bar. All who visit rave about the fun and mature crowd that comes to party at 230 Fifth






Humans Build Tower Out of Humans

If you're not interested in beating the heat today, there is something totally worthy of your time that you can check out...the heat might even make it more exciting. Tonight at 8:15pm, at 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar & Penthouse Lounge, 150 members of Castellers de Vilafranca (aka a multi-story humantower (aka castell) group from Spain), will attempt to make a world record by building the first eight-level castell ever assembled on a rooftop. This unique sport is a 300 year old tradition in Catalonia, Spain.

Rights to the Roof: 5 Fab Accessible Rooftops

When you live in a town with over 8 million residents and just 300 square miles of land, there's only one way to go: Up. And what better way to be. For there''s something about defying the limits of our otherwise earth-bound selves that turns us loose as the neighboring birds. Whether it's the change in atmospheric pressure, the invincibility we feel on the fringes of the world's most recognizable skyline, or the memory job of a middle school 3 a.m. "rooftop rendezvous," partying where we're not supposed to is great, just great.