The house in good taste

Welcome to Elsie Rooftop

Elsie Rooftop is an homage to Elsie de Wolfe, the pioneering interior designer who revolutionized the field by introducing a more feminine, lighter, and simpler style that broke away from the ornate Victorian decor of her time. Often referred to as Lady Mendle, de Wolfe was a celebrated socialite in New York and Paris, and her influential book, The House in Good Taste, is still considered a classic in the field. Our rooftop venue honors de Wolfe's timeless legacy by providing a stylish and sophisticated setting for our distinguished guests to gather and celebrate life's pleasures.

Hours

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 5pm to 12am
Thursday: 5pm to 2am
Friday: 5pm to 4am
Saturday: 11am to 4am
Sunday: 11am to 12am

Please refer to our social media for private event closing dates and updates.
Make A Reservation
Reservations are recommended but not required. If there are no tables available to reserve, we encourage you to stop by and enjoy our communal bar area. For all inquiries, please email us at info@elsierooftop.com, or call us at (646) 834-2291.

Moroccan Nights

Sundays @ Elsie Rooftop

Moroccan Nights

Bamboleò Brunch

February & March

Feb. 24th   March 16th

Leap Year Party

February 29th, 2024

Buy Tickets

Felix Slim + Friends

March 3rd and 23rd, 2024

March 3rd  March 23rd

Elsie Rooftop Featured on Secret NYC

Elsie Rooftop Featured on Forbes

Elsie de Wolfe, the world's most famous decorator, always knew how to throw a party.

Twenty-five stories up, near Bryant Park, sits the lavish Elsie Rooftop, paying homage to one of society’s most renowned doyennes. Like Lady Mendle herself, Elsie Rooftop knows how to plan event, capitalizing on New York City’s energy and savoir faire. Elsie is truly an all-season destination with sophisticated indoor and outdoor seating options, as well as bespoke cocktails which perfectly compliment the upscale, seasonally-focused light fare menu.

"Be pretty if you can, be witty if you must,
but be gracious if it kills you.”

Elsie de Wolfe

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