80 Fifth Avenue in Sunset with Manhattan Penthouse at the top.
Our PALLADIAN ROOM is surrounded by windows and reflections.
The COMPASS ROOM is all about NORTH and SOUTH views.
Every dining table has fiews of the party and the city.
Many famous buildings await your gaze in our south views.
Noga Andriani, our French Chef second from the left, our chef for almost 20 years, and colleagues
Every table has views of the city.
Molten Center Chocolate Cakes with Miniature Fruit Tarts.
Coulibiac of Salmon.
Closeup showing our elegant moulding and stained glass details.
One block East to Union Square Transportation Hub and Hotels
Some kinds of delicious hors d’oeuvre
Our Baldwin grand points toward the east wall in the Palladian Room.
Our venue is great for daytime lunches and other events.
Tournedos of Beef with Potatoes Anna
This was founder Sam Milliken’s approach around 1980!
Sea Bass with Orange Beuree Blanc and Reduced Balsamic
Reception Room surrounded by windows and views.
Ballroom seen from decorated table.
Staff ready at a brunch bar in the Reception Room.
The Hennesey Girls help serve at a charity event
A wedding couple get ready in the Bride’s Room.
View down Fifth Avenue toward Washington Square Park
A special table reserved just for you.
Casino evenings have been a big hit.
South views one recent morning in March
Headmaster Jim Neill of Landon School addresses alums recently
80 Fifth Avenue stands tall at the corner of 14th Street
Manhattan PH catered the press party for this statue at Union Square
Our catering executives spend a day with Consultant Meryl Snow
A night view to the north.
Very attractive centerpiece and table mirror at a Wedding
A bride ordered special tables for an Elizabethan wedding evening
Layout for an Elizabethan Wedding Reception with a special menu
The details and reflections in our Palladian room are very nice.
Watercolor of guests dining at Manhattan Penthouse, by Paul Cox
ELEGANT EVENTS THAT IMPRESS
Your first impression on walking into the Manhattan Penthouse Palladian Room is huge dramatic views through giant Palladian windows covering two walls, plus a large, beautiful, paneled, stained glass and mirrored bar with its accents continued around the room. Then one moves into our spacious Compass Ballroom whose herringbone floors are bracketed by NORTH VIEWS with the Empire State Building and SOUTH VIEWS with the World Trade Center.
Our Outdoors Aspects
At Manhattan Penthouse our walls are mainly windows, huge arched Palladian windows, flanked by trees and special lighting. We don’t have an outside, but our inside is light, airy, air conditioned and very outdoorsy. No matter where you are in our space, you can see your guests, and your city.
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