This Greenwich Village eatery gets more than half of its produce from its seasonal aeroponic rooftop tower garden, the fruits of which dictate the revolving menu. Recent menu items include house-made burrata with grilled ramps and English peas, an arugula salad topped with crisp pork belly, apple and fennel and a patty melt topped with a rooftop pickle.
New York City might not have too many wide open spaces, but you can still find plenty of ways to bring nature into your everyday life. Plan a picnic in one of the best NYC parks, hit up outdoor summer parties all season long and take day trips from NYC when you really need an escape. You might even be able to find some sweet oasis right here in the city if you know where to look: several stories up to the the rooftop gardens and farms. Check out some of the prettiest ones we've got here, from trendy rooftop bars to urban farms.
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