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Walking around all of the midtown attractions can work up a thirst. Take a load off and enjoy a cocktail here.

Martini on table of rooftop bar overlooking New York

SixtyFive Rainbow Room

Walk: 12 minutes

Locals and travelers can’t help but feel that New York charm while gazing off at the panoramic views of the skyline. Order a Manhattan and one of the many delicious small plates by Chef Jonathan Wright. A stunning space, delicious food, and did we mention the view?


Chef Jonathan Wright’s Neighborhood favorites:

“Grand Central Oyster Bar is one of my favorite places to go with or without a group of friends, it's great for grazing on oysters from near and far and offers a good variety of fresh seafood. I sometimes take away a fried oyster or shrimp Po Boy for the ride home. Also, I like seeing familiar faces behind the counter, guys who have been there for years and actually remember repeat customers.”

Whole roasted cauliflower and glass of white wine

Aldo Sohm

Walk: 5 minutes

Tucked inside an unassuming corridor between 51st and 52nd streets, this wine bar will be your cozy hideaway. Aldo Sohm is the wine director at Le Bernardin and created his namesake space to celebrate his love of wine and New York. With delicious snacks like this whole roasted cauliflower and a wine list that will make you swoon, Aldo Sohm leaves pretension at the door and provides a relaxing space to experience good company and good wine.


Partner/Sommelier Aldo Sohm’s neighborhood favorites:

"Some of my regular and favorite go-tos in the neighborhood include Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill at Columbus Circle, The Bar Room at the Modern if it’s still open, and Ardesia Wine Bar on 52nd street. I usually skip wine late after work and have a beer instead!"