The Rainbow Room, OPEN! Tavern on the Green, OPEN!
If you are ready for a little nostalgia, here are two ideas. Tavern on the Green is open every day and The Rainbow Room is open Sunday's for brunch and Mondays evenings for Dining and Entertainment. Click here for reservations a Tavern on the Green.
The Rainbow Room offers impeccable service and refined contemporary cuisine, reinforcing its standing as a quintessential New York venue. Guests are transported by world class dining, entertainment and dancing, all set within the most elegant and elevated space in New York. The views alone are breathtaking, but the landmark design and grandeur of the room are equally unmatched.
For reservations to our Sunday brunch, click here or call 212.632.5000. Reservations for "Monday Nights at Rainbow Room" are only available by phone, at this time. Rainbow Room only accepts reservations up to 60 days in advance.
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