March 17 is right around the corner, which means it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day!
With the holiday falling on a Friday this year, Manhattan is sure to be filled to the brim with ways for you to join in on the festivities.
Also known as the Feast of Saint Patrick, St. Patrick’s Day is a cultural celebration that recognizes the death of the patron saint of Ireland and dates back to 1631. The holiday is the most highly celebrated in any country out of all other national festivals. Those who celebrate the holiday may be found wearing green clothing or shamrocks, which pays homage to Saint Patrick’s use of the shamrock to spread his Christian beliefs across Ireland.
After you catch New York City’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Fifth Avenue, head on over to SUMMIT for an experience you’ll never forget. In celebration, we will be offering green beer in our 93rd floor café, Après. At night, you will be able to see the floors of SUMMIT light up as a beacon of green light in the Manhattan skyline.
Come have a drink with us to take part in this global celebration of Irish culture!
Make sure to bring your sunglasses. The reflective materials used throughout the space create a bright environment during the day.
Wear comfortable shoes. Stiletto heels, steel toe boots, sports cleats, and other footwear that can damage flooring are not permitted.
Please dress appropriately to avoid unwanted exposure on glass and mirrored floors. We recommend wearing pants, shorts, or tights when possible.
SUMMIT One Vanderbilt is following all mandated protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Proof of vaccination is required for entry.