Rooftop Bars to Check Out in New York City This Summer

The most exciting time of the year is upon us. That's right, it's rooftop season.

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Here's a look at two of the newest rooftop bars in town, Lovage Rooftop and The Heights at the Arlo NoMad hotel.
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The Lovage Rooftop in Midtown Manhattan offers 360-degree views of New York City. You can take in the sites of One World Trade, the Hudson River and the lights of Times Square all while sipping on a tiki-inspired cocktail. Lovage opens at 5 p.m. seven days a week. More on Lovage here.
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Lovage is serving up Tiki-inspired cocktails this season, including the "Tropical Storm," the "Hula Hurricane" and the "Havana Daquiri." You can take a look at the bar's specialty cocktail menu here.
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Pictured here is Lovage's "Kiwi Kolada," which includes Grey Goose, Kiwi, coconut cream and lime.
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Lovage also serves up tasty small plates, including this burrata.
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This sandwich featuring bacon, lettuce and avocado is also included on Lovage Rooftop's small plates menu.
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The Heights, which resides on the 31st floor of the Arlo NoMad hotel offers some of the best views of the Empire State Building. It's also a great spot to celebrate summer Fridays, as it opens at 2 p.m., according to its website. Get more information on The Heights here.
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The refreshing cocktails at The Heights are named after New York City neighborhoods.
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The Heights also offers up some small plates for those looking to enjoy a bite while they sip on a summery cocktail and take in the view. Various pizzas are included on the menu.
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The glass floor at The Heights makes you feel like you're on top of the world. Well, New York City at least.
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