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Midtown West

Step Back In Time At This Opulent Midtown Restaurant That's Nearly 100 Years Old

  • Drinks
  • Food

Elegance and old-time grandeur await you a the iconic Russian Tea Room. Opened in 1927 by former members of the Russian Imperial Ballet, this gorgeous Russian setting doles out top-notch teas, perfect borscht, vodka, and caviar flights. Pop in for afternoon tea with your person and feel like you’re really, truly, above it all.

A Midtown Manhattan day wouldn't be complete without ascending to a New York rooftop. The great thing about the Blue Ribbon Hi-Bar is that you can order up from the famed Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill without fighting for a reservation at the restaurant. They’ve got pitchers of Sapporo, cool cocktails galore, and a glass-enclosed space that gives you the feel of being in a secret spot on top off the world.

Russian Tea Room

150 West 57th Street, Manhattan

Blue Ribbon Hi-Bar

6 Columbus Hotel Roofdeck, 308 West 58th Street, Manhattan

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