Here is YOUR list of The Most Romantic Views in NYC for Valentine’s Day
1.) Rainbow Room. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th Floor, New York, NY 10112
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
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
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
$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
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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