THE LODGE AT GALLOW GREEN: WINTER ROOFTOP HIDEAWAY IS NOW OPEN
The McKittrick Hotel (530 West 27th Street, NYC), home of Sleep No More, announces the return of The Lodge at Gallow Green, a winter hideaway located on the hotel’s perennial rooftop. The Lodge is officially open for the season.
Each year, The McKittrick’s hidden rooftop bar Gallow Green undergoes a dramatic transformation from a whimsical, overgrown secret garden into a cozy lodge for the colder months. Guests of The Lodge at Gallow Green discover a mountainside ski cabin nestled atop the hotel in a secluded forest of real pines.
Once inside, visitors relax and enjoy a selection of potent cocktails and large format punches, as well as seasonal small plates and specialty pizzas from a wood burning oven, created by the hotel’s Executive Chef Pascal Le Seac’h.
· Hot spiced cocktails are available in single servings or presented in samovars for groups. New drinks include the house signature Sleep No More, a take on the Wassail made with apple cider, Jack Daniels Rye, Oloroso Sherry and orange zest mulled in cinnamon, nutmeg and clove; and theSmoking Bishop, a Dickensian-era holiday punch made with Ruby Port, red wine, CioCiaro Amaro, honey liqueur, ginger and allspice.
· Craft cocktail offerings include Flight of The Illusionist — an homage to our magical dining experience in The Heath — made with Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve Scotch and honey lemon syrup with a mist of peated Nàdurra, garnished candied ginger; Birnam Lowball, Santa Teresa 1796 Rum with Chai Tea Syrup and Teapot Bitters; and Clouds in My Coffee, with Bruxo №2 Mezcal, St. George NOLA Coffee Liqueur, Cocchi Torino and chocolate bitters, served with chocolate Biscotti — perfect with dessert.
· Mouth-watering pizzas include Classic Cheese, Margherita, Mushroom and Tarte Flambée, made with with bacon, onion, nutmeg and gooey Gruyère cheese.
· Lighter salads and elevated small plates include Marinated Olives, Cheeses, and Mezze, all served with house-made breadsticks.
Inspired by Scottish bothies, the cabin’s charming, lived-in vibe comes complete with cozy fireside seating, warm plaid blankets, hiking boots, sleeping bunks and a library. Private seating areas, a bar, mysterious train tracks and an outdoor fire pit are also available for guests to explore.
The Lodge at Gallow Green will be open for dinner and drinks seven days a week from 5pm.