Venue Info

It doesn't get more Old New York than an evening at the Rainbow Room, which opened in 1934 as a jazzy retreat for the fur-clad, limo-sporting social elite. The space underwent an historic renovation in 2014, restoring the spot to its former glory... and then some. Bar SixtyFive -- a whopping 65 floors up -- is the walk-in sister to the Rainbow Room restaurant (waitlists there are almost as long as the bill receipts patrons run up), allowing you to get in on some of the glamor. 10-foot-tall window walls overlook views that stretch for miles, which helps justify the bar tab and gives you something to wistfully gaze out on as you work on elevated bar bites like Wagyu beef sliders and fatty salmon sashimi.

New York

SixtyFive bar at the Rainbow Room

BART BARLOW

It doesn't get more Old New York than an evening at the Rainbow Room, which opened in 1934 as a jazzy retreat for the fur-clad, limo-sporting social elite. The space underwent an historic renovation in 2014, restoring the spot to its former glory... and then some. Bar SixtyFive -- a whopping 65 floors up -- is the walk-in sister to the Rainbow Room restaurant (waitlists there are almost as long as the bill receipts patrons run up), allowing you to get in on some of the glamor. 10-foot-tall window walls overlook views that stretch for miles, which helps justify the bar tab and gives you something to wistfully gaze out on as you work on elevated bar bites like Wagyu beef sliders and fatty salmon sashimi.