Salon de Ning
Hotel Bar, Roof Deck, Salon / Barbershop
$ $ $ $
The Peninsula New York, 700 5th Ave, New York (at W 55th St)
New York, NY 10019
- Drink the Ning Sling a la Chuck Bass in Gossip Girl. It's $22, but huge and worth it!!!
- Great view on terrace. A nice place to start ur day with coffee & smoothie...
- Remnants of old Shanghai glamour on Fifth Ave. As for the #drinks, the Ning Sling is nice but the boozy Blueberry is better. #cocktails http://michellec.tv
- Manhattan meets Shanghai in this stunning rooftop bar. This is the place to impress out-of-towners or that special someone. Drinks are EXPENSIVE$24 a pop! But its worth it.
- Beautiful view
- The rooftop is gorgeous! And the staff is great! They even helped me retrieving my phone!
- Cucumber martini by Ron was fantabulous!!!!!! :) my fav drink in NYC
- Gorgeous view to Central Park with a glimpse of Metropolitan Museum.
- Very good!
- Some of the best drinks in Manhattan are served here with an amazing terrace/rooftop that overlooks Fifth Avenue. Definitely one of the secrets and gems of this lovely city...right around the corner.
- $30 drinks, but very good looking after work crowd. Midtown at its best.
- Come for the Ning Sling, stay for the view.
- Great wines, cocktails and view of NYC
- Amazing views, try the Ning Sling cocktail ... They could do with a new DJ though...
- Great drinks, beautiful rooftop, and super romantic! Total evening first date spot in the summer!
- "Alan and Sal make sipping cocktails at Salon de Ning even more enjoyable. Try the 051068 drink, strange name, great taste."
- $25 per cocktail that should really be $15 tops. The views are not worth the rooftop tax.
- Most of the signature drinks are fragrant, if forgettable, and they seem to deviate from classic cocktails by exactly one ingredient: a Ningroni is a Negroni made with Aperol instead of Campari.
- This intimate bar offers a terrific view over 5th Ave. and the Manhattan skyline. Drinks are a bit high but it is well worth the visit. http://bit.ly/1hscbwR
- How is this Shanghai-themed? The big wall painted red?