New York City Rooftop Bar Announces Summer Season


We're still waiting for summer (heck, even spring would be welcome at this point!), but some venues throughout New York City are already getting into the warmer spirit: The Roosevelt Hotel will re-open its rooftop doors at mad46 – the hotel’s lounge atop the 19th floor – on April 17 for its sixth season. mad46 is located at the corner of Madison and 46th and is open Wednesday through Friday from 5 - 10 p.m.; returning to six days a week on Monday, May 6 from 5 p.m. to midnight.

An exclusive elevator, accessible from the 46th Street entrance, ascends directly to the open-air loft where mad46 welcomes patrons to an official re-opening party on April 25, 5 - 8 p.m. Themed events through the season range from weekly happy hours and a Kentucky Derby bash complete with projector screens of the race, to the Summer Movie Nights where can guests watch films or just look over the skyline of the city. 

mad46's signature drink list includes the patron-favorite Mad Mojito, complete with a white-chocolate stick and shaved coconut. Executive Chef Robert Hohmann – who joined the hotel team earlier this year – recently revitalized all hotel menus with appetizers ranging from mini Kobe burgers topped with melted cheese and fresh guacamole to savory wings and fresh-out-of-the-oven pizza.

And when it gets to warm (we can't wait!), guests can retire to the air-conditioned lounge, perfect for private parties, rainy afternoons or just escaping the summer heat.

For more information on The Roosevelt Hotel’s mad46 Rooftop Lounge, call 212-885-6095 or visit


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