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How to Enjoy New York’s Nightlife

How to Enjoy New York’s Nightlife

November 7th, 2019 | Food & Wine

New York is one of those places that seems to transform at night. Quiet, sidewalk cafés are replaced by stylish cocktail bars. Restaurants and delis become late-night pizza joints. Our city is THE city where staying up all night is possible and even expected. At least once in your life. Here are our ideas. 

Stay Stylish at a Wine or Cocktail Bar

Leave the pub crawls for another night. Manhattan has a healthy balance between sophistication and bohemian vibes. Whether you want to sip on a few glasses of rosé, pair your tapas with red wine or try unique creations by expert mixologists, New York has it all. In fact, Nomad also has it all. Check out these wine bars around Nomad, try some hot cocktails for those chilly evenings or take enviable shots at rooftop bars open year round

Get a Late-Night Snack

When the late-night cravings hit in the middle of a strange city, it might be hard to find a way to satisfy them. This won’t be a problem in New York. One of the most popular options is pizza. We have explored the places making the very best pizza in New York. Head to any of these eateries to get a delicious slice! Make sure to check their hours before heading out as some may not be open in the wee hours of the morning. 

Rooftop at Royalton Park Avenue

If it’s one of those nights when you want to relax, have a drink and go straight to bed afterwards, the Rooftop at Royalton Park Avenue is your wish come true. Our in-house eatery and watering hole serves up a full bar and panoramic views of historic Park Avenue. The Café Menu serves up shareable platters and small plates. Are you up for an early night? Join us for Happy Hour Monday to Friday from 4pm to 7pm. We have $7 wine, $5 draft beer and $8 mixed drinks. 

#FeelRoyal when you come to New York by booking a chic room at Royalton Park Avenue, a favorite boutique hotel in the heart of Nomad.