Montauk, Shmauntauk: Spend Your Summer At The Bungalow Instead

07/26/2021 in
Montauk, Shmauntauk: Spend Your Summer At The Bungalow Instead

Sure you could spend every weekend this summer fighting your way to the Hamptons, but the best way to enjoy the season is to stay right here in the city. That’s even more true now that The Bungalow opened atop Brookfield Place, bringing yet another beachy oasis to enjoy while everyone else flees Lower Manhattan.

The Bungalow is a new seasonal bar and venue at Brookfield Place serving cocktails, food, games and entertainment among palm trees, inspired by the vacation resorts of Montauk. 

The space — which is where you’d find Brookfield’s ice-skating rink in the winter — will serve food from The Shack by Tartinery along with specialty cocktails and events ranging from drink-and-draw classes, ice cream socials, board game nights and pet portraits. The Bungalow rounds out the Montauk-in-Manhattan vibes, with views of the water (the Hudson River, in this case), lush palm trees and bocce courts. 

The Bungalow is open every day from 11 a.m. to 9 .m., and will stay open until September 26, giving you plenty of time to soak up the best days of the summer, without ever leaving the city. 

For more info and the events calendar, check out its website

photos: Brookfield Place

Tags: Brookfield Place, the bungalow

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