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230 Fifth Rooftop Bar Introducing a Holiday Light Show and Expanding its Heated Rooftop Igloos

Monday, November 13, 2017

Photography by Eric Vasquez

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230 Fifth Rooftop Bar, home of New York's largest outdoor Rooftop Garden and indoor enclosed Penthouse Lounge, will be warming up its clientele with 17 luxury, custom made igloos. Patrons will be able to stay warm and cozy with the 12-foot-wide by 7-foot-high transparent structures, allowing for an unobstructed view of the Manhattan skyline while inside. Each igloo is highly insulated keeping temperatures at a blissful 75℉ during the winter cold, and is outfitted with seating for up to 12 guests and an indoor fireplace.

If that were not enough, the rooftop will be adorned with over 75,000 lights for a nightly light show taking place during scheduled intervals throughout the evening. The professionally choreographed light show will be the largest of its kind running daily in New York City, and was brought to you by renowned lighting choreographer Esteban De La Torre (ABC's "The Great Christmas Light Fight", "El Paso Christmas Lights").

Accompanying the igloos and the light show will be 230 Fifth's new winter menu, which introduces such cocktails as the "Winter Berry Mule" and "Empire Sour" along with Hot Specialty Drinks, red robes, blankets, and infrared heaters to enjoy as they take in 230 Fifth's astounding 360-degree view of the Manhattan skyline.

The infamous rooftop bar will be introducing the newly designed igloos and winter light show in the month of November, and will be available 7 days a week from open to close (Monday through Friday 4PM - 4AM; Saturday and Sunday from 10AM - 4AM; after dusk for the light show). Reservations are not required or taken, and there is no minimum spend to enjoy the festivities. The overwhelming consensus proves true once again, from guests domestic and abroad, to first time visitors or veterans of the establishment, "If you haven't been to 230 Fifth, you haven't seen New York."

230 Fifth Rooftop Bar is located at 230 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10001 on the corner of 27th Street and 5th Avenue.





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