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St. Cloud | A New Rooftop Above Times Square

St. Cloud, the rooftop bar and lounge at The Knickerbocker Hotel, are you ready for cocktails, delicious food and Nat Sherman Cigars?

St. Cloud is named after the late 19th Century hotel that originally occupied The Knickerbocker site.

Now, with the renovation of the hotel, it is an indoor-outdoor bar and lounge run by In Good Company Hospitality, with the chef Charlie Palmer doing light food like tuna tacos and a Cuban sandwich.

Signature menu items will include Wagyu Hot Dogs with House Relish and Mustard and Tuna Tacos with Wasabi Aioli and Cilantro. Culinary offerings will be expertly paired with a progressive cocktail program and craft bottled beers.

A 7,800-square-foot rooftop bar and terrace. Enviably situated on the southeast corner of 42nd Street, overlooking Times Square between Broadway and Bryant Park, St. Cloud is the pinnacle of The Knickerbocker experience.

4pm – 12am (Mon-Wed)
4pm – 1am (Thurs-Fri)
Closed Saturday & Sunday

The Knickerbocker,
6 Times Square (42nd Street and Broadway)


Manhattanhenge or Manhattan Solstice happens twice a year when the sun aligns east-west streets. During Manhattanhenge the observers on one of the griddest east-west streets will see the sun setting over New Jersey directly opposite.

The best view takes place on 42nd St, you'll see the sun lined up with the center line of 42nd Street.

When? From May, 29th to July, 13th.

2015 Manhattanhenge Dates

Half Sun
Friday, May 29, 2015 (8.12pm): Half Sun on the grid
Monday, July 13, 2015 (8.21pm): Half Sun on the grid

Full Sun | Best days
Saturday, May 30, 2015 (8.12pm): Full Sun on the grid
Sunday, July 12, 2015 (8.20pm): Full Sun on the grid

Image Credit | hwzhiyin


Sky Pods Show Rise of New York Skyline

The elevators to the observatory atop 1 World Trade Center show an animated time lapse that recreates the development of New York City’s skyline, from the 1500s to today.

From the moment the doors close until they reopen 47 seconds later on the 102nd floor, a seemingly three-dimensional time-lapse panorama will unfold on three walls of the elevator cabs, as if one were witnessing 515 years of history unfolding at the tip of Manhattan Island.


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