Rooftop parties and other Long Island clubs with a view

Rooftop 32 at Kasey's in Rockville Centre has

(Credit: Barbara Alper)

For the most part, parties on Long Island take place on the ground level -- but occasionally, a bar, restaurant or club pops up on a higher floor -- which results in wonderful views and a unique experience. So heres where to head if you want to ditch your caresupstairs. --Ian J. Stark

  • Critic rating 1
    The Arden is a restaurant, lounge and nightclub

    Arden Kitchen & Bar $$$$ | Tapas (small plates), Dance club, Eclectic, Burgers, Lounge, Pub, New American 201 Main St., Port Jefferson, Second-floor bar, lounge and restaurant serving New American food. ...

  • Critic rating 2
    Bay Kitchen Bar, a New American and seafood

    Bay Kitchen Bar $$$ | Seafood, Lounge, American 39 Gann Rd. East Hampton Casual bi-level restaurant and lounge serving upscale seafood. ...

  • The clam bake at Captree Cove Restaurant in

    Captree Cove Restaurant $$$ | American, Seafood Captree State Park 3500 E. Ocean Pkwy. Babylon Upstairs restaurant serving American food. Features a concession stand on its first floor. ...

  • Critic rating 1
    Chand Sharma, left, and Emrun Adi dine at

    Mint $$$ | Indian, Asian fusion 1 Ring Rd. W. Garden City Mint, the (self-proclaimed) first Indian-Asian-fusion restaurant and bar is the suburban satellite of a midtown ...

  • RoofTop 32 is above Kasey's Kitchen and Cocktails

    RoofTop 32 $$ | Lounge, New American 23 N Park Ave, Rockville Centre So named due to the 32 steps up the staircase it takes to reach the ...

  • The Sloppy Tuna has a roof-deck bar and

    The Sloppy Tuna $$$ | Lounge, Dance club, Burgers, Beach club, Pub 148 S. Emerson Ave. Montauk Swimsuits and flip-flops are as fancy as you need to dress at The Sloppy Tuna, ...

  • Guests take in the sunset and great food

    Top of the Bay $$$ | New American 1 Dock Walk Cherry Grove Second-story restaurant serving New American food. ...

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