Whether you’re still in school or have been free for quite a while, it’s time to get your PHD (on) at our haute rooftop nightclub and lounge bar. Swing, sway and swerve with locals to on-point beats and pop out to the landscaped terrace from time to time for one of the city’s most spectacular uninterrupted sightline views of the Hudson River and Empire State Building.
Our Sunset Menu offers delectable sharing plates created by Chef Mike Armstrong that partner perfectly with bespoke cocktails and bottle service for the perfect night out.
Friday - Sunday: 5:00pm to 12:00am
An unconventional oasis, The Beach consists of a 5,000 sq ft deck with 800 sq ft of imported sand, Cote D’Azur-inspired chaise lounges, two private cabanas, and a glass-bottom swimming pool looking into our hotel lobby. A pool pass must be purchased for entry to the pool and pool guests must be 21+ to enter.
To accompany each day in the sun, the bar and grill offers a variety of flavorful and refreshing cocktails, as well as light bites from a seasonally evolving menu.
Wednesday - Sunday: 11:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday: 11:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday: 11:00am - 8:00pm
Friday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
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Philippe Downtown is a unique dining space that stays true to the original uptown modern aesthetic. With heavy emphasis on an unparalleled dining experience, guests can enjoy the many signature dishes that have kept Chef Chow in the limelight for all these years. Favorites such as Chicken Satay, Sale and Pepper Lobstr and the legendary Peking Duck.
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HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday - Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday - Sunday: 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Monday - Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday - Sunday: 5:00pm to 12:00am
Welcome to the Guest House at Dream Downtown, our luxurious duplex penthouse. The striking two-story, 2,500 sq. ft. suite is perfect for dynamic gatherings and events, or for guests looking to entertain. Featuring a spacious garden terrace, a glass-bottom Jacuzzi and a Savant home automation system, as well as a Sneaker Stylist, Private Barista and Personal Security Guard (on call for an additional fee) - the Guest House is nothing short of a fantasy.
A partnership between TAO Group, Serge Becker (Miss Lily’s, La Esquina) and his UK partners, Will Ricker and Ed Spencer Churchill, Bodega Negra has crossed the pond, bringing its menu of modern Mexican fare to New York City’s Dream Downtown. The menu consists of original items created by Brad Warner, as well as a small selection of signature dishes available at the UK location. Brad Warner’s menu draws inspiration from the diverse regions of Mexico, and is designed for sharing, ranging from small plates such as ceviches, tacos, and salads, to large-format offerings.
The ever-evolving Dream Downtown reimagines its café storefront with the opening of Natura Café, an all-day cafe and coffee shop. The vegetable-forward, California cuisine-inspired menu, designed by TAO Group Chefs John Villa and Brad Warner, centers around seasonal snacks and toasts, hearty salads, and clean plates. Teaming up with specialty coffee roasters La Colombe, Natura will be the new go-to coffee bar for lattes and Cold Brew on tap, flowing from 7AM until closing.
Lurking deep beneath the hotel, The Electric Room bathes beautiful nightcrawlers of all stripes in Rule Britannia cool with its wood-paneled walls, gothic chandeliers, subversive graffiti and leather couches embossed with Old Glory and Union Jack.
Run by proprietor Nur Khan, The Electric Room is the perfect spot for late night dancing and after-dinner drinks alike, featuring a newly energized cocktail menu crafted by mixologist Johnny Swet. On any given night, the rock & roll soundtrack jumps from Radiohead to The White Stripes. For a curated experience, enjoy one of our signature nights: Sundays with a rotating open format DJ set and Mondays featuring “underground” electronic music.
Be drawn in by the custom artwork, full sound system, 108” high-definition plasma screen TV, and a comfort food menu that includes spicy meatballs, mini cheeseburgers and BLTs. Hard to find (hint: head down the 16th Street loading ramp past the graffiti), The Electric Room is even harder to leave.