Best Cities To Ring In The New Year on New Year’s Eve!

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Sky Room’s Best Cities List for Ringing in The New Year on New Year’s Eve! 

Best City for Fireworks


For the most ridiculous display of fireworks in the world, one can go down under and be part of the first place in the world to ring in 2019. Time Out Sydney has a great list of places to hit up this December 31st! Check that out here.

Best City for Music Heads


The electronic music capital of the world is infamous for 24 hour parties and New Year’s Eve will be no different. Techno heads can head on over to Funkhaus Berlin where festival promoter HYTE has a legendary lineup ready to make sure you never forget this New Year’s Eve. Ready to jam? 

Best City for Beating The Cold


For those of you unwilling to freeze to death on New Year’s Eve, Rio de Janeiro offers a great time. The beaches are flooded with natives who truly let their hair down to party the legendary way Brazilians are known for. Grab a towel and head to the sands as millions of others head to Copacabana Beach for the yearly festivities. 

Best City for Flying Solo


Known as Nochevieja, Barcelona is one of the friendliest places in the world on New Year’s Eve. If you’re in the mood to step into the 2019 alone this season, head over to Plaça d’Espanya where all the locals and tourists will gather for a street party you will always remember. 

Best City for New Year’s Eve, Period!

New York, New York

I mean, they named it twice, did you guys forget? 

NYC is the Capital of the World and all eyes are tuned into the 100+ year old ball drop. People from all over the world literally freeze that night just to be a part of the greatest New Year’s Eve party on the planet. Now, if you don’t wish to risk the hypothermia and frostbite, but still want to be a part of it all, Sky Room offers some of the most reasonably priced tickets in the Times Square area, that include Open Bar. Most other places in the area begin at $500+, so Sky Room is a great choice!

Wherever you decide to party this New Year’s Eve, party responsibly and have a great time! 

Halloween 2018 in New York City: When & Where to Party!

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Sky Room’s Halloween Guide for NYC 2018

Sky Room’s Extended Play on All Things Halloween This Season!

Here is Our List of How To Get The Most of Halloween this year. 

1.) Party With Us! 330 West 40th St between 8th & 9th Avenues, New York, NY 10018

Join us again, this year, for one of our 2 official Halloween Parties: Friday, October 26th, 2018 @ 10pm. Cover charge $25 & Saturday, October 27th, 2018 @ 10pm, Buy Tickets Here.

On Friday, grab your friends and figure out which Superheroes & Villains you’re going to be. Grab tickets because this one is going to be packed!

On Saturday, Our Phonus Balonus Peaky Blinder themed party is on. Watch out for the gangsters in stylish threads and get tickets asap!

2.) Haunted Houses.
 Multiple Locations
Cost: $-$$$

Here’s our list of Haunted Houses and Instagram Installations to Check Out:

  • Blood Manor163 Varick St, New York, NY 10013
    Cost: $35-$45 Buy Tickets Here.
  • Nightmare Machine. 93 N 9th Street, Brooklyn, NY 112349
    Cost: $38 Buy Tickets Here.
  • Gravesend Inn Haunted Hotel1080 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn,  NY 11385
    Cost: $10 Get Tickets Here.
  • The Ridgewood Asylum4711 Van Dam St, Queens,  NY 11101
    Cost: $10 Get Tickets Here.

3.) Ghost Tour. Central Park
Cost: $35 Buy Tickets Here.

Become a Ghost Hunter with the Ghost Doctors as they show you how to use real ghost-hunting equipment on this spooky two hour Ghost Tour in Central Park! Costumes not needed for this one, but if you do want one then keep reading our Halloween in NYC guide to find out where to go to get yours!


4.) Costume ShopsMultiple Locations
Cost: $-$$$$

  • The Village Party Store – Located just a few blocks from Washington Square Park, The Village Party Store offers one of the city’s largest costume inventories.
  • Halloween Adventure – This New York staple has been in the Halloween business since 1981, carrying everything from your standard superhero costumes to creepy victorian garb.
  • Abracadabra Super Store – This store specializes in unique costuming. Stop by Abracadabra to find an extra special getup this holiday.
  • Gothic Renaissance – This East Village spot has been in operation for decades, stocking only the raddest of alternative clothing and costumes for its customers.
  • Screaming Mimi’s – If you can’t tell by the name alone, Screaming Mimi’s is perhaps one of the most interesting costume and vintage shops in the city. Though a costume from Mimi’s might cost you a pretty penny, the extra cost is totally worth it, trust us.

5.) Celebrate Day of the Dead at Sky Room. 330 West 40th St between 8th & 9th Avenues, New York, NY 10018
Cost: $20


For those of you that just can’t get enough of Halloween, let’s keep the party going as we celebrate the Day of the Dead on Thursday November 1st, 2018 at Sky Room. Happy Hour drinks are $5 for beers, $7 for wines and well drinks until 7pm and $7 Mojitos until 10pm. 

Trick or Treat! 

How To Spend The Most Instagrammable Fall Weekend in NYC

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Instagrammable NYC Guide by Sky Room New York City

How To Spend An Instagram Worthy Time in NYC

Instagrammable Autumn is here and she wasted no time!

The leaves were just green days ago, now piling up on sidewalks all over the city in tones of pale yellows and paper-bag-browns. Sky Room has put together a quick list of Instagrammable places to see when spending just a few days in NYC, this Fall.

Here are our ways on: “How To Spend The Most Instagrammable Fall Weekend in NYC.

Central Park Foliage – Instagram Meter:  📸📸📸📸📸
Cost: FREE

From vibrant reds, oranges and yellows in The North Woods to deep bronzes from the Kwanzan Cherry Trees on the west side’s Reservoir, there is no better place to spend a day taking photos than Central Park.

With more colors than the rainbow, and the fact that it is free, it’s an absolute MUST during your stay, this Autumn. Check out their awesome map of all the foliage happening in Central Park, here.

Empire State Building 
– Instagram Meter:  📸📸📸📸
Cost: $37-$175

Downtown Manhattan is cool and all, but climbing to the top of most skyscrapers there won’t give you the best views and feel for how grand NYC is. Not only will you miss seeing a bustling midtown below in full swing, but you’ll never really understand the magic of having Times Square right under your feet.

And, if unobstructed Eastern and Western views are not reason enough to visit the most iconic building in history, then maybe its breathtaking Sunrise is. 

Fun Fact: The Empire State Building is the first building in human history to exceed 100 floors.


And What About Some Instagram Pop Ups, You Ask?

Candytopia New York 
– Instagram Meter:  📸📸📸

Cost: $34

The world of Instagram Pop Ups, aka, art exhibits designed for specifically attempting to help you go viral, is now a reality. Candytopia capitalizes on that and your sweet-tooth by providing a grown up version of Chuck E. Cheese for your IG.

Grab tickets here and read some info to plan one of these Insta Pop Ups into your NYC trip. 

Nightmare Machine – Instagram Meter:  📸📸📸
Cost: $38 beginning October 3rd, 2018. Get Tickets.

If venturing out of “The City” into Williamsburg is on the agenda, you’ll find one of the OG Pop-Ups out is putting on a special Halloween edition.  The insta-famous Dream Machine presents the Nightmare Machine. It’s the latest Instagram Pop Up specifically designed for and running til—Halloween

Sky Room NYC 
– Instagram Meter:  📸📸📸📸📸
Cost: Free-$20

And, if Instagram Pop Ups are really your thing, then pop on up to NYC’s Highest Rooftop Party Lounge, too. 

Above all, you can grab drinks and toast to the naturally instagrammable backgrounds of Manhattan, while here. The only art exhibits here are the views that you’ll want to have those cameras in-hand and ready for. And why not listen to a little music, enjoy some scrumptious bites and dance the night away under the stars?

Sky Room is open every Thursday from 5pm-2am, and on Friday and Saturday nights from 5pm-4am.

To see what’s happening here, go to our Calendar

We hope you enjoy NYC to the fullest while you’re in town this Fall.

Frequently Asked Question For Private Events at Sky Room NYC

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Corporate Event NYC at Sky Room FAQ

Corporate Event NYC

Corporate Events & Private Party F.A.Q.

Is Sky Room Weatherproof?
Yes. Our bi-level rooftop lounge features a retractable glass roof on the North Terrace, a clear umbrella system on the South with a clear plastic enclosure that we put up during the fall and winter months, and a fully enclosed 33rd floor with floor to ceiling windows. We are able to host events year-round in all of our private event spaces.
Corporate Event NYC.

Is this venue 21 and over?
-On the days and times that we are open to the public, currently Tuesday-Saturday evenings, we are strictly 21 and over. When the venue is not open to the public or booked exclusively, we can host all types of events. We have hosted sweet 16s, baby showers, bar and bat mitzvahs, and other various all-aged events.

Do you have set food and beverage packages?
-We do not have set packages. Throughout the years, we have come to realize that clients like to customize their food and beverage packages. It really allows us to create a vibrant party with some unique touches.

Can you bring outside catering?
-Due to the limitations of our space configuration, we do not currently allow any outside catering unless it is Kosher delivery or a sushi vendor. Both will need to provide COI’s listing Sky Room as additional insured for the event.

Can you bring your own cake?
-Yes! We love hosting birthdays and other celebrations. Depending on the type of cake, there may be a cake cutting fee associated.

Can we create our own dessert table?
-Absolutely. We can provide the table and linens and you are more than welcome to bring in as many sweets as your heart desires!

Is there music played in the event spaces? Can we play our own music?
-Yes, we have several different music options for your event. Our House system can play a radio station, we can plug in an iPod, or we can get you your own private DJ. If live music is more what thrills you and your guests, we have hosted some amazing events with all types of bands, from jazz to salsa and many more.

Can we bring in decorations?
– You can certainly bring in decorations but please let your Sky Room event coordinator know about them. They know the space very well, so they will let you know if they can foresee any potential issues. These decorations will be your responsibility to set up and breakdown and they will need to be removed at the close of your event.

Is there a DJ?
-We have a DJ booth on our North Terrace and can set up satellite DJ booths in our other event spaces for an additional charge.

Do you have vendors that you work with for entertainment?
-Yes, we have lots of preferred vendors including casino tables, photobooth, Karaoke, arcade games and more!

Who is our on-site contact during the event?
-The Events Director or Events Coordinator is present the entire time of the event to be your point of contact. Along side them, there is always a manager on duty who can also assist with any questions or concerns.

Do you have Karaoke at your venue?
-No, we do not have Karaoke setup in our venue however, we work with many vendors that can provide Karaoke services for an additional charge.

If we book an event, do we have to leave right away after the event or can we stay?
-We usually encourage our guests to stay when we are open to the public. If you book your party on a day when we are not open to the public, the end of your party will be the time at which your guests will have to leave.

Is it possible to book rooms at one of the hotels below Sky Room if we book an event?
-Certainly. We will be happy to facilitate the booking process and put you in touch with the right person, depending on your needs.

I am not from New York. How easy it is to get to Sky Room ?
Very easy! We are located in the middle of Manhattan, minutes from Times Square, the Javits Center, Penn Station and Madison Square Garden, right across from one of the main mass transit hubs in the city. So rest assured that you and your guests will have many options available to get to Sky Room and admire the hustle and bustle from high above.

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Break for Spring In The City!

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Spring Break in NYC

Easter Drone Show at Sky Room NYC in Times Square Saturday March 31st, 2018. Spring Break in NYC Guide.

As tight and cold of a grip as Winter has had on us this season, Spring and Spring Break are right around the corner with their bubbly weather and gentle breezes. So here’s Spring Break Guide for you while you’re here in NYC, by Sky Room

Welcome to our “Break for Spring in NYC” Guide.

“NYC isn’t the traditional place I would go to for Spring Break considering the weather isn’t very hot and I won’t be able to tan. What is there possibly there to do to make me even consider it an option?”

Well, let’s just say that we’re not really into skin cancer here, so there’s that. But also, we have one of the funnest cities in the world where there’s always something to do, people to meet and plenty of places to go to. We’ve laid out some cool options for you to take advantage of our great town and get the most bang for your buck on your Spring Break in NYC. 

Easter Drone Show – Times Square @ Sky Room NYC
Sky Room NYC is open from 5PM – 4AM, Saturday March 31st, 2018. 

Join us Saturday March 31st, 2018 as we reveal our newest attraction: A special Drone Show for Easter!
Comment below for suggestions of what patterns you’d like to see above Sky Room, and be here to see it on the 31st! 1AM

$20 Admission on Friday and Saturday Nights, 10PM
$4 mandatory coat check (cash only) 

Cameras Welcomed.

Easter Jazzy Sunday Brunch Cruise – Pier 40
Depart from Pier 40 on Sunday April 1st, 2018 off the Hudson River for an Easter Sunday brunch buffet cruise compete with live jazz, endless mimosas, an Easter egg hunt and, not to mention, the Easter Bunny himself. All of that coupled with some unbelievable Instagrammam-worthy bridge, skyline and Statue of Liberty views.

Admission will cost you $85 and include reserved seating, dessert station and signature coffee and teas, additional to the breakfast buffet and free-flowing mimosas that caught your eye in the first place.

Cameras Welcomed.

New York International Auto Show – Javits Center
The 2018 New York International Auto Show begins this coming Friday March 30th, 2018 thru Sunday April 8th, 2018. NYIAS 2018 showcases an incredible array of concept designs alongside extraordinary innovations. With more than four floors of displays from the world’s automakers, the NYIAS will be an exciting adventure. 

Admission ranges from  $7 – $55 with different VIP packages and tours available throughout. 
Cameras Welcomed.

“This is all good, but is there anything we don’t have to pay for? You did mention a Bang for our Buck!”

Absolutely! Here are a few freebies for ya:

Macy’s Flower Show – Macy’s Herald Square 
The Macy’s Flower Show runs for two weeks starting today,  Sunday March 25th, 2018.  This floral feat or art features masterpiece arrangements on display to go along with the theme for this 44th annual installment: “Once Upon A Springtime.” Expect to see a lot of plays on fantasy-inspired settings and storybook scenes this year, and enjoy the crowds. 

Admission is FREE
Cameras Welcomed.

Picnic at Bryant Park – Bryant Park
When you get over the crowds and want something a little quieter, check out Bryant Park and bring your picnic basket! Soak up some of the nice Spring weather and enjoy the scenery. Bryant Park is the perfect people-watching locale and only two blocks away from us, so once you’re done, grab your friends and come on up for a little Happy Hour action!

Admission is FREE
Cameras Welcomed.

Check out more details of our Operating Hours, Special Events, Happy Hour and more here.

Enjoy your Break for Spring in NYC and come up to Sky Room to try a specialty cocktail or two, during your stay. Until then, See You Soon!
Don’t forget to come back, check the blog and find more valuable information about our neighbors & the surrounding areas, here on the Sky Room Blog.


Spring Break in NYC Guide by Sky Room

Spring Break in NYC Guide by Sky Room

March Madness at Sky Room NYC

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Sky Room Happy Hour 5pm-7pm Every Thursday and Friday.

March Madness at Sky Room in New York City

Welcome to March Madness, the Sky Room way!

This month features St. Patrick’s Day and we celebrate it Saturday March 17th, 2018 beginning at 5pm!
Come up for drink specials, no entry fee until 9pm, beautiful views of NYC and fun times!

Every Thursday

Enjoy! $7 Mojitos from 5pm-10pm uptop New York City’s Highest Rooftop Party Lounge.
Dance the night away, literally, under the stars.

Happy Hour happens every Thursday and Friday from 5pm-7pm where you will enjoy $7 Wines by the glass, well drinks and $5 beers.

There is NO Cover Charge on Thursdays.  
$4 Mandatory Coat Check fee after Happy Hour (cash only). 
[see flyer for party details here]

“Sky Room is the premier choice of New Yorkers who work in the nearby areas: Hell’s Kitchen, The Garment District, Times Square, Midtown, Midtown West, Midtown East and Byrant Park.”

Mile High Fridays at 10pm, Every Friday

Features Special Guest hosts, New York Radio DJs and the “EXTRA, After Work Party.”
The “EXTRAAfter Work Party,” happens every Friday from 6pm-8pm and features branded samplings, gift giveaways and branded drink specials. 

There is a Cover Charge after 9pm which is $20.
$4 Mandatory Coat Check fee after Happy Hour (cash only). 
[see flyer for party details here]

On Top Saturdays

Saturday Night is one of Sky Room’s busiest nights, so Table Reservations for anything after 9pm are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
We open at 5pm, where you can enjoy daytime views of the Manhattan Skyline and Hudson River until Sunset (7pmish), try some of our delicious bites, cocktails and dance straight into the dawn! 

There is a Cover Charge after 9pm which is $20.
$4 Mandatory Coat Check fee (cash only). 
[see flyer for party details here]


Sky Partners

Sky Room would like to thank Big Bus Tours as one of our prestigious partners. Enjoy 20% Off Your Bill Up Here when you ride with Big Bus and show us your credentials. 

WTF is Business Casual?

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Sky Room NY’s Business Casual Dress Code

Dress Code at Sky Room NYC

Business Casual Dress Code doesn’t always mean corporate

The Dress Code at Sky Room and many other establishments around New York City is Business Casual. We get hundreds of phone calls, emails, facebook messages, instagram DMs and snapchat inboxes a year regarding what exactly defines: Business Casual, so we took the time to write a blog and post some photos about it and maybe help you pick out your next outfit for when you come up here to party with us!

What Shouldn’t I Wear?

Well first, let’s start off with all the things you should not wear when you come to party at Sky Room in New York City. This will make it much easier for you to get through our velvet ropes with no issues at the door. A seamless experience provides a better customer experience and ensures the night starts off good. 

  • No Fitted or Snapback Hats or Caps of any kind
  • No Sneakers unless in Business Casual Attire 
  • No Sports Jerseys. We love our superior New York teams too, but a sexy rooftop lounge like Sky Room isn’t the place to advocate your passion for them.
  • No Tank Tops, Etc. 

But Athleisure is Definitely A Thing, Vogue and GQ Say So

Hudson River from Sky Room

Hudson River view from Sky Room New York City on 40th Street

They lied. While we embrace the Athleisure trend, no one wants to see Lululemon and Sweaty Betty logos while sipping on seductive martinis over The Hudson River, staring at sexy sunset views. However, we do allow sneakers in some cases and here are a few Business Casual looks that might work for you guys out there. 

The Most Romantic Views in NYC for Valentine’s Day

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Valentine's DayValentine’s Day is for lovers, they say, so we’ve listed The Most Romantic Views in NYC for Valentine’s Day you can take a date to.

Here is YOUR list of The Most Romantic Views in NYC for Valentine’s Day

1.) Rainbow Room30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th Floor, New York, NY 10112
Cost: $$$$

Located atop of Rockefeller Center the legendary Rainbow Room is where NYC’s elite dined, brunched and boozed. Come experience the grandeur of NYC from one of its finest establishments. 

2.) View.
 1535 Broadway, 48th Floor, New York, NY 10036
Cost: $$$$

This rotating rooftop restaurant has the stuff legends are made of, since there is actually a rooftop that rotates as you dine showcasing the Manhattan Skyline through its floor-to-ceiling windows set against Gotham City, itself. Reservations might be impossible at this point, but hey, this is New York after all, where nothing is impossible! 

3.) Cecconi. Dumbo
Cost: $$$

Take a lover’s stroll around one of New York City’s most impressive neighborhood, Dumbo, and make sure you are selfie and photoshoot ready! The Manhattan vista from this high-end Italian gem of a restaurant is phenomenal. The space is elegant, the lighting is romantic, the food is exquisite and the views are instagram-worthy. Get ready to smooch your Valentine date and rack up some social media points at one of The Most Romantic Views in NYC for Valentine’s Day, in Brooklyn’s Dumbo!

4.) Sky Room. 330 West 40th St between 8th & 9th Avenues, New York, NY 10018
Cost: $

$30 gets you and your Valentine 2 glasses of champagne and a dessert to share uptop NYC’s Highest Rooftop Party Lounge and Bar.
Just come on in and join us for the romantic times and be sure to grab a kiss at Sky Room, one of The Most Romantic Views in NYC for Valentine’s Day!

Sky Room hosts a series of weekly parties that cater to Native New Yorkers, Manhattan locals and tourists seeking a real New York City experience. With none of the pretentiousness of those downtown hype holes, Sky Room provides a stress-free experience to anyone seeking a really fun time! 

5.) Empire State Building. 350 5th Ave, 86th Floor.  New York, NY 10118
Cost: FREE 

The Empire State Building holds its annual Valentine’s Day Weddings contest, where couples are selected to get married on February 14, at the world’s most romantic building. Please visit their Facebook page for more information and to enter.

Moral of the story? New York City is full of romantic places and locations, but how much better is a kiss from up above? 

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 New York Fashion Week 2018 & The Winter Olympics Are Coming!

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From private showings to the runway firing squads of flash photographers to which parties to hit up. Let us give you a few suggestions to make your New York Fashion Week experience the most fun while fitting in, and looking stylish! 

When is New York Fashion Week 2018?

New York Fashion Week runs from Thursday, February 8th to Friday, February 16th, 2018.
(Men’s Fashion Week will be Monday, February 5th to Wednesday, February 8th, 2018.)

Where is New York Fashion Week 2018?

New York Fashion Week shows take place all over the city, but the main presentations happen at Spring Studios (6 St Johns Ln).

When are the Winter Olympics? 

The Winter Olympics happen from Friday, February 9th, 2018 – Sunday, February 25th, 2018.

Wow! There’s So Much Happening At Once. How Can I Do It All? 

Adios Grammys and hello New York Fashion Week and Winter Olympics 2018! Since we are the “New Yorkers” after all, let us show you how to run your Olympics of Fashion, while in town and experience the best of both!

Nordic Combined: Where Do I Buy The Best Winter Clothes To Stay Warm During Fashion Week?

  • Fivestory – 18 East 59th St. 10021, (212) 288-2621
  • Moncler – 90 Prince St. 10012, (646) 350-3620
  • Reiss – 309-313 Bleecker St. 10014, (212) 488-2411
  • Uniqlo – 666 5th Ave. 10103, (877) 486-4756
  • VFILES – 12 Mercer St. 10013, (212) 804-6400

Short Track: How do I get into New York Fashion Week 2018 Shows?

New York Fashion Week includes two types of shows: Industry and open-to-the-public shows. Unless you’re a buyer or work in press, it is unlikely that you’ll be able to snag a seat to the major players’ shows. However, you can nab tickets to the public shows here.

Curling: Where Do I Get My Hair Done?

Who has time to get their hair done while jetsetting all over the place? Not us, at least, so here’s a quick list of some of NYC’s more notable hairstylists! Lucky for us all, The Grammys were in NYC, so we don’t have to do much frantic flying around this year. 

Freestyle: Will I be able to hang out with any models? 

That is the dream, and that dream may very well become a reality, but we just want to say: we told you so!, in case you miss out on anything fun!

  • Private Parties – Grab a friend, dress the part and crash a private party. Details to these are kept under close watch, RSVP’s are triple checked and invite lists are nearly impossible to get on, but crashing one isn’t impossible. 
  • Sky Room – 330 West 40th St. 10019, (212) 280-1195 – Sky Room hosts both NYFW Opening and NYFW Closing parties and has NYC’s longest-running fashion series, every Thursday beginning at 5pm. 
  • The Blond
  • Paul’s Casablanca 
  • Cafeteria – Worst case scenario, just meet up with the models after they’re done partying, at the local diner where they are most likely to end up.

Luge: after a long day of running around the city, why not come to Sky Room and get a few drinks from our ice luge? Oh yeah, that kind of luge. Tequila!

5 Ways to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in New York City

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New York City is the classic choice for New Year’s Eve, with legendary parties, dinners, and the opportunity to attend the biggest New Year’s Eve party on earth: the live ball drop in Times Square. Whether you’re looking for a great party, an intimate dinner, or a complete change of scene, check out some of our ideas for your New Year’s Eve celebration in New York City. Sky Room’s guide to New Year’s Eve in New York City!

Watch The Ball Drop in Times Square

If your New Year’s Eve in New York City fantasy involves watching the ball drop in Times Square, you are not alone—approximately two million revelers fill Times Square each year to watch the ball drop at midnight. Be prepared for the weather and the other things you should bring to the ball drop in Times Square. You might want to check out a few tips for attending the ball drop.

Enjoy a Great Concert or Show on New Year’s Eve

New York City venues pull out all the stops for NYE. It’s a fun night to catch a top live act performing at one of New York City’s great performance venues. Check out a round-up of great concerts and shows happening on New Year’s Eve in New York City.

Feast Your Way into the New Year

One of the best ways to celebrate the New Year is through your stomach, with a hearty or refined, delicious meal. Check out some restaurants that usually serve up special New Year’s Eve menus. Consider early seatings if you want to toast in the New Year elsewhere. Or, if you plan to clink glasses at your table, find just the spot for a midnight toast.

Dance & Drink the Night Away at Sky Room

Sky Room rings in 2018 in style! Featuring a 5-hour open bar with party favors, a great mix of music by resident DJ’s and a live-screening of the Ball Drop, Sky Room gives you the feeling of being right in the middle of Times Square without freezing to death!

$125 at 

Looking for Something Different for New Year’s Eve?

Maybe the same-old, same-old is not how you want to start the New Year. For more unique ideas about how to start off your new year, consider these more unusual ways to celebrate the New Year in New York City, including a New Year’s Eve race, a Fireworks Cruise and a Bike or Skate Ride. Check out some other fun things to do on New Year’s Eve in New York City here.

We hope our quick New Year’s Eve in New York City guide gave you enough information to make a wise decision on where to ring in the New Year and say goodbye to 2017!

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