NEW YORK, April 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- If drinking with Manhattan at your feet is your style, but dress codes, bottle service and $75 cocktails aren't, don't worry. DNAinfo.com has got you covered. Today, DNAinfo.com (http://www.dnainfo.com), Manhattan’s leading hyper-local news website, released its list of top 10, “perfect for spring” rooftop bars.
You might not find Hollywood starlets at these “unpretentious” sky-high eateries, but you can still enjoy a Dutch Chocolate Razzitini in the shadow of the Empire State building. Whether you're looking to breathe the city air in the comfort of a Snuggie at 230 Fifth, or recover from gorging on pasta at Eataly's hotly-anticipated Italian beer garden, DNAinfo.com will be your guide.
“As the experts on all things Manhattan, we looked for hidden gems in each neighborhood for people to enjoy,” said Nicole Bode, senior editor, DNAinfo.com. “Our recommendations range from The Heights in Morningside Heights, which offers $4 specials, to The Delancey on the Lower East Side, which has a new ‘Firefly’ spring drink.”
Read DNAinfo.com’s story here, which includes details on happy hour discounts and hot spring cocktails: http://www.dnainfo.com/20110405/manhattan/top-10-unpretentious-rooftop-bars-manhattan.
DNAinfo.com (http://www.dnainfo.com) provides customized neighborhood news to Manhattan residents straight from the streets where they live. All news on DNAinfo.com is original, non-aggregated content with relevant stories focused on each neighborhood. The site’s funding and strategic vision come from entrepreneur and Ameritrade founder Joe Ricketts.