621 W. 46th St., New York , NY, 10036
nr. Eleventh Ave.
By Jenh on 9/9/2009
I hope this place comes up with some good stuff for the winter. It was a usual hangout this summer with the rooftop and all. The lounge is pretty cool though, so I guess they can take the party indoors. Make the trip out there, it's worth it.
By robblack on 8/27/2009
I'm a big fan of the 2 for 1 and it was kinda unexpected to get a deal at this swanky place. They are trying hard to get people out to 46th and 12th and I'm glad I made the trip. Definitely worth an evening out--good views, good music and out of the thick of midtown.
By caesart on 8/26/2009
I really like that this bar doesn't take itself too seriously. I mean, they are doing a 70th Anniversary for the Wizard of Oz with dressed up people and dorky drinks. It's so refreshing to find a place like this! I went for a happy hour and liked the vibe, but I could do without the bump and grind. Just my style, I suppose Rooftop movies with drinks? Count me in
By MickT on 8/24/2009
I read an article on rooftop bars in the city trying to get my fix before it's too late. Glad I choose this one first because it is off the beaten path and I wasn't fighting for bar space! rooftop? check happy hour specials? check Good times had? check
By Marc12 on 8/20/2009
I was visiting from LA and felt like I was right back home when I walked in the door. This has all the glitz and glamor of Hollywood bars and clubs (for better or for worse depending on who you are). I'd say it's definitely worth the experience and you've only got the summer here to enjoy that rooftop so get it while you can. A "must have" in my opinion
By Bluescholar on 8/19/2009
So my office had a private party here and it was a great choice! The lounge decked out in leather with crystal chandeliers was a nice touch! The drinks were a bit pricey, but I wasn't paying! I'll come back on my own during Happy Hour to check out the everyday scene
By libuddy003 on 7/20/2009
So I was a little hesitant to take the trip over to the Hudson to check this place out, but I'm always up for new adventures. I always hate being in crowded, stuffy bars and this rooftop terrace was a breathe of fresh air (literally) If you need a nice hangout spot for the summer, they have great drinks and an upper class feel. It's something different that NY definitely needed. I'd go during happy hour for their specials, it's a little easier on the wallet, but still worth it I think
By Tonyb on 7/16/2009
I was looking for a new happy hour spot and I think I found it. Great drinks and the most attentive bartenders (I think I have a "usual"). It's also great for the summer because of the roof top terrace over looking the Hudson. It is on the upscale side, so don't get angry like the people below when you don't arrive at a hole in the wall and may have to wait outside. (I waited for 5 minutes....not a huge deal)
By ccast3 on 6/26/2009
I attended a charity event during happy hour and everything was fantastic. Great atmosphere and outdoor space. The bartenders and staff were super friendly. Not at all pretentious like some of the other high-end venues in NYC. Will definitely be back!
By MsSpanish on 8/8/2012
Had a party last week organized by birthdaysandbottles.com and i was satisfied with how it all turned out. I'm not a big fan of hudson terrace but B&B had good deals on bottle service and I can remember more times than not enjoying myself at Hudson. B&B also assured me if anything were to go wrong like people not getting in, waiting for bottles, etc. everything would be taken care of since they had a representative on-site at all times. Fortunately, the night went surprisingly smoothly. I don't remember being impressed by the music selection and that night was not very different, but still serviceable. I mean, i don't expect top world djing at hudson. A big plus was that the crowd was surprisingly very good and the area wasn't congested as usual. This review is trying to find fault with hudson because im usually not impressed at run-of-the-mill rooftop spots in the city. But i have to admit, it was a smooth night, and actually turned out to be a really good time. I guess Hudson can be hit-or-miss, like most others places, but that night was definitely a hit.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.