411 Third Ave., New York, NY, 10016
at 29th St.
By DonnaMadonna on 4/17/2008
I live in the area and I find that the best time to go, is late afternoon/early evening weekdays. on Saturday nights it is a NIGHTMARE, crowded with young stupid people who are clumsily dancing to Fergie tunes and knocking over their cosmos. however, weeknight happyhours on the roof are fun and a great idea for a group of friend- especially when the weather is good.
By enialessej on 4/10/2010
I give Tonic a 6 because the wait staff was unattentive on a slow night. Otherwise, a good time and a nice, warm rooftop night in Spring.
By john.kerrigan on 8/11/2014
Went here on Friday night. I had been here a couple of months ago and had an ok night. This visit was not was not what i expected at all. I was expecting run of the mill Murray hill bar playing top 40 music all night and only really stopped here to have a quick beer on the way to the next bar, but to my surprise when I walked in there was a bongo player on the first floor playing in tandem with the DJ. Also, there were dancers on stage dancing all night long, there was hookah on the rooftop, like i said before not what i was expecting at all!!! I was out with a big group for a bachelor party we ended up staying at tonic all night and had an absolutely brilliant night. They have really upped their game since the last time i was there I will defiantly be back.
By lanie624 on 11/16/2008
I fell in love with this place when my friend suggested for a rooftop brunch, and now it's my second home with it's friendly barstaff. It is always a good time no matter what night I go.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.