Rooftop Lunch Deals in New York
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don't miss the real deal, upgrade to bbe vipBy Elyse CromerHaven is designed to be a sanctuary above the hustle of Times Square, but you’ll find it’s more of a greenhouse supper club. The restaurant is entirely surrounded by glass walls and accented by soft fabric-draped cabanas and pillow-laden banquettes, taking you from Times Square to St. Tropez. Chef Madison Belem (formerly of New York’s beloved Le Bilboquet) will not disappoint with French inspired food and if you miss the Cajun chicken from his former stomping ground, you will find an almost identical version here; piquant and sliced thin, it is aptly marked as a “favorite” on the menu. It would be remiss to come without ordering the tower of tuna tartare, delicately bathed in a sesame sauce with a hint of mustard and served on a crispy wonton. And since you are at a rooftop bar, try the Cloudtini, a bracing riff on the Lychee Martini with Vodka, Cointreau, fresh lime and lychee juice.