Things outdoor movies in New York lack:
Reasonable seating options.
Easy access to cocktails.
Rooftop’s honed their game in London for four years.
For their U.S. debut, they’re setting down — or rather, up — on the roof of future-is-now YOTEL New York (they of the monsoon rain showers and “techno walls”).
This is not your sardined Bryant Park moviegoing experience.
Four nights a week, Rooftop will present an array of new and classic films on the Hell’s Kitchen hotel’s terrace — which, at 7,000 square feet, is the largest outdoor hotel space in the city.
For the same price as a ticket to the Avengers, every moviegoer will get wireless headphones and a comfy deck chair, with access to cocktails and — score! — tacos.
Great for dates. Groups. Solo outings. (Note: Tuesdays will be “Chick Flick Tuesdays.” Attendance at your discretion).
Shows start June 3rd. Tickets are on sale today.
Early, yes, but they'll go quickly.
Summer movie season never looked so good.