Eric Virgil presents
Thanksgiving Eve 2012 at Empire Rooftop Hotel
located 44 West 63rd Street between Broadway and Columbus Avenue
New York, NY
Free Admission with Pass or Eric Virgil’s guestlisttil 1am, $10 After
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Music By DJ Enuff & Frank Styles
Music: Club, Hip Hop, Mash-Ups, R&B and Top 40
Venue Type: Rooftop. Lounge. Sceney. Hotel Bar
Drinks Specials from 9pm to 12am
Doors Open at 9pm
For more information, bottle packages, or guestlist information,
text Eric Virgil at 917-664-2686, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.ericvirgil.com
Go to www.ericvirgil.com for more Thanksgiving Eve and New Year’s Eve Parties.
Empire Rooftop Bar and Lounge is located on the 12th floor of the newly renovated Empire Hotel near Lincoln Center. Empire rooftop offers luminous, exalted views of Broadway and Columbus avenues; the gateway to Manhattan’s Upper West Side. A convertible glass rooftop ensures that the Empire Rooftop can be a beautiful place to go out year round.
With window lined walls designed around the Empire Rooftop, a different aura is expressed at each hour of the day. The Penthouse lounge is the rooftop’s epicenter with plush lounge seating and a full service bar. Just off this area is the east terrace; a vast outdoor space that includes a private bar, elegant cabanas for private gatherings and a rooftop terrace covered with a remarkable, state of the art, retractable glass rooftop. The Empire Rooftop Bar and Lounge is a perfect way to admire the city we all love, from up above.
From high-profile media coverage to celebrity sightings such as the Kardashians, there is always something happening at the Empire Rooftop Bar and Lounge!
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