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Rose’s Luxury Opens Its All-You-Can-Eat Roof Garden
How to book the new hottest table in town. By Anna Spiegel
Love dining in Rose’s interior atrium room? Try the new roof deck for true al fresco dining. Photograph by Lauren Joseph.
Comments () | Published May 6, 2014

Back in April we broke the news about Rose’s Luxury chef Aaron Silverman opening the restaurant’s roof garden for all-you-can-eat feasts. The good news: Reservations for the private table for eight to ten guests have officially gone online. The bad news: The table is already booked through May. 

Not to worry—online reservations through Rose’s website allow for booking three weeks in advance. The booking guarantees parties a table for the entire evening, beginning at 6:30, where you can eat (and, for an additional fee, drink) to your stomach’s content for $125 per person. And sorry, Paleo dieters, you may need to bend the rules for an evening according to a disclaimer on the site:

“We cannot guarantee a gluten-free, dairy-free, shellfish-free, master cleanse friendly, or South Beach diet compliant dinner experience. That being said, vegetarians and pescetarians can leave full.”

Should you want to dine al fresco but not pay top dollar, a handful of tables are also now available on the front patio for the regular menu.


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  • That's what I'm talking about! Dining in a rooftop garden is going to be really nice, especially during this time of year is going to such a nice atmosphere. Glad to see more business incorporating green building design in their daily business!

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