Tracy’s NY Life Features Trademark Taste + Grind In Where to Sip the Best Summer Cocktails in New York City

Tucked away in Hotel Le Soleil, Trademark Taste + Grind is a one-stop-shop for all of your beverage desires. Divided into two parts, it serves coffee at the front cafe and cocktails in the back restaurant. Let this be your destination when your summer drink cravings are fluctuating between a piña colada or daiquiri. Blending the beach drink staples, the Piña Daiquiri De Mezcalero is made with illegal mezcal, pineapple, sage, and lime. Surprising and refreshing, it’s just what you need on a sultry day.

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Tracy’s NY Life Features Parker & Quinn In Where to Sip the Best Summer Cocktails in New York City

Parker & Quinn is housed in the Refinery Hotel and pays homage to classic New York City with its gilded wallpaper, dazzling lighting, honeycomb tile floors, and vintage photographs. Presenting classics alongside creative twists, the cocktail menu has much to offer a thirsty patron looking for respite from soaring temps. Our go-to drink here is the Fleur De Lis. Refreshing and rich with antioxidants, it is made with Grey Goose Vodka, cherry, pomegranate, blueberry, honey, and lemon topped with a splash of Prosecco.

Tracy’s NY Life Features Bungalow Bar In Where to Sip the Best Summer Cocktails in New York City

One of the best things about summer in NYC is heading to a nearby beach for the day. A favorite spot to hit up for a crisp drink is Bungalow Bar in the Rockaways. The cocktail menu is a tour de force of beach-inspired concoctions with the Summer Breeze leading the pack. Made with Spring 44 gin, elderflower liquor, strawberry puree, and lime sour, it’s best enjoyed on the outdoor deck while taking in a majestic sunset.

Pure Wow Features Refinery Rooftop In The Best Places to Go When It’s Too Damn Hot Outside in NYC


What this rooftop lacks in bodies of water it makes up for in classic NYC views, shady nooks and frozen cocktails. With an indoor lounge, outdoor terrace and retractable roof over the main bar area, you’ll find the perfect sipping spot even in record-high temps.


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Open Table Features Park Avenue Tavern In 10 Sherry Cocktails to Order Now

Park Avenue Tavern, New York, New York
Sometimes the simplest combinations are the most classic. The house Manhattan features just three ingredients: Amontillado sherry, rye, and Amaro Montenegro. You could call it a liquid icon. Make a reservation at Park Avenue Tavern.
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Hollywood Life Features Refinery Rooftop In July 4th: What Stores & Restaurants Are Open On The National Holiday?

Refinery Rooftop (63 W 38th St) will have their delicious Foot Long Dog, topped with avocado relish, crispy bacon, pickled red chilies and side of kettle chips, for just $16. 

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Bashed Features Refinery Rooftop In Frosé Fridays: Where to Sip This Summer

Refinery Rooftop
Happy hour just got happier for you midtown mavens. Refinery Hotel is tucked into the corner of 38th and 6th Avenue and provides a nice respite from the crowded streets of Herald Square. Step inside, ride the lift to the top floor, and you’ll step out into a beautiful outdoor space and rooftop covered in greenery and flowers. If it weren’t for the spectacular view of the Empire State building, you might forget you’re in New York for a minute.
The frosé is slushy cold with notes of strawberry and ripe melon, with a refreshing medium dry finish. Not only does it taste good, but you’ll feel good drinking it (outside of the buzz) because $1 from each drink goes to their I Give a Sip charity of choice, which features a new cause each month. This July, proceeds will go to The Milliners Guild, an organization of millinery small business owners, milliners, and millinery students who specialize in the design, production, and promotion of handmade headwear.
Check out the frosé recipe below…
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Food Sided Features Refinery Rooftop In Best places in New York City to celebrate Fourth of July

Refinery Rooftop (63 West 38th St)
Don’t hot dogs always taste better on July 4th? Refinery Rooftop’s celebration features a special Foot Long Dog. This epic hot dog includes “avocado relish, crispy bacon, pickled red chilies and side of kettle chips.” The combination of flavors is a flavor explosion. Don’t forget to wash down that $16 hot dog with an ice cold beer or the Rooftop’s signature Frosé.
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Food Sided Features Bungalow Bar In Best places in New York City to celebrate Fourth of July

What better way to celebrate July 4th than with a red, white and blue cocktail? At Bungalow Bar, the colorful cocktail is almost as pretty as the view. With dramatic views of Jamaica Bay, the special cocktail, red, white and blue Frozen will make all your friends Instagram jealous. Cheers to Independence Day!
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AM New York Features Refinery Rooftop In July Fourth food and drink specials in NYC

Refinery Rooftop
Footlong hot dogs at Refinery Rooftop
Supersize your July 4 festivities with a footlongallbeef hot dog at this midtown rooftop bar. The special comes with avocado relish, bacon, pickled red chilies and a side of kettle chips. Pair yours with a beer or the bar’s signature Frose. ($16, reservations can be made at [email protected], com, 63 W. 38th St.,
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