Rainbow Room

Restaurants, Contemporary American Midtown West
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The historic lounge atop 30 Rock serves breathtaking skyline views alongside old-world-meets-modern American fare from its perch 65 stories high. Dress to the nines (jackets are required) for dinner and dancing to a live band, or upgrade your weekend with a decadent Sunday Brunch. Reservations are accepted up to six weeks in advance.

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Venue name: Rainbow Room
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Address: 30 Rockefeller Plaza
65th floor
New York
10112
Cross street: between 49th and 50th Sts
Opening hours: Dinner and dancing select evenings, check website for reservations; brunch Sun 11:30am–3:30pm
Transport: Subway: B, D, F, M to 47th–50th Sts-Rockefeller Ctr
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The Rainbow Room has been hosting elegant parties since it opened its doors back in 1934. No matter what kind of event you are attending at the Rainbow Room, its sure to be fabulous. In the main dining room, you can feast on a decadent Sunday brunch.There also is Bar SixtyFive where you can have drinks and snacks or a full dinner with options such as oysters on the half shell, braised beef short rib sliders or an American cheese board. If you are planning a wedding or special event, the Rainbow Room offers timeless elegance, outstanding service and stunning views.



Wow, just wow!  This is a marvelous venue for a special occasion and is my dream wedding reception venue.  The dance floor rotates!  It was recently restored/renovated and has the historical charm and magnificence still, but is also modern and extremely clean.  Oh yea...and the views too!  


This is the perfect place to go when you fancy a bit of indulgence! I'm far too frequent a visitor. Skip tickets to the Top of The Rock for the views, SixtyFive offers the same views (albiet a little lower down) but with this view you can enjoy a very well made cocktail. 


Excuse me, but I do not understand.  This once fabulous and unique place is now only open on Mondays and Sundays or is there a typo in the DETAILS hours?