But first you have to go up the incredibly scary elevators. They are housed in clear glass and shoot you up to the upper floors of the super tall skyscraper. Really did feel like a mini ride.
Upstairs is a bar and desert buffet. The drinks are overpriced, while tasty, and we forgo the expensive desert buffet (which also looked tasty).
However the price of the drinks really reflect the incredible view that you get to witness within New Yorks only rotating restaurant that gives you a 360 degree experience of the city. It's actually a really cheap and relaxing way to view all the major skyline landmarks while also avoiding the super touristy empire state building.
Anyway she had researched a perfect late night eatery afterwards.
Now I don't know if it was our slightly inebriated state or our super late night dinner but we absolutely loved this place.
Sure it was just burgers and fries but it was burgers and fries to perfection. Nothing fancy. Just exactly what burgers and fries should be. And just to keep our buzz going we ordered a couple of beers. That were served in fairly large cups, and unbeknownst to us prior to ordering, they were about to close. So we kind of had to chug some more alcohol....
But that is ok because were were about to get blasted by the crazy never sleeps New York times square mega illumination to help wake us up.
|Yep definitely a little buzzed|
Now there really isn't much to Times-Square. Other then the fact that its an iconic landmark that we've seen in countless films and shows there isn't any real activity going on here, unless you are into getting your picture taken with some random super heroes with questionable costumes.
So until tomorrow city of light. Let us see what you will bring us in the day.