Enjoy traditional German cuisine in a beautiful outdoor setting! Located on the north plaza between 50th and 51st Streets and 5th and 6th Avenues, the LT BierGarten presented by Brasserie Ruhlmann will feature a special menu including bratwursts, pretzels, a variety of sandwiches and salads, a vast selection of beer and wine, and delectable desserts.
Monday - Saturday: 11:30am-9pm
Sunday: 11:30am - 3:30pm
Monday - Friday: 4pm - 6pm
Enjoy the best in Mediterranean cuisine in a beautiful outdoor setting! Located on the north plaza between 50th and 51st Streets and 5th and 6th Avenues, the Limani Outdoor Café will feature a special menu including salads, paninis, sliders, additional light fare and desserts. Featured items include an octopus salad; a vegetarian Panini; lobster sliders; a seafood skewer with scallops, shrimp, and swordfish; baby lamb chops; and baklava.
Monday – Saturday: 11:30am – 9pm
Sunday: 11:30am – 3:30pm
The Farmers Market returns to Rockefeller Center Wednesday, July 22 through August 28, Wednesday - Friday each week from 8am - 5pm. Stop by to pick up specialty products from regional farms including fresh produce, meat, eggs, flowers, baked goods, cheese, wine and more!
The market is organized by the GrowNYC Greenmarket and is free and open to the public.
The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is a world-wide symbol of the holidays in New York City. The 2015 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree will be lit for the first time on Wednesday, December 2, with live performances from 7–9pm, at Rockefeller Plaza, between West 48th and West 51st Streets and Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Tens of thousands will crowd the sidewalks for the event and hundreds of millions will watch it live across the globe. The Tree will remain lit and can be viewed until 8pm on January 6, 2016.
Hundreds of tenor and bass tuba players will congregate on The Rink at Rockefeller Center, 49th and 50th streets between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, on Sunday, December 13, 2015 at 3:30pm to play Christmas carols and other crowd favorites. Tubists of all ages will line up under the famous Christmas tree and fill the plaza with the organ-line sound of low brass. Spectators are encouraged to sing along with the Christmas carols and holiday favorites.
The musicians, hailing from across the country, will be conducted by Chris Wilhjelm, conductor of the famous Goldman band. Conceived by tuba virtuoso Harvey Phillips to honor his teacher, the late William J. Bell (Born Christmas Day, 1902), the first Tuba Christmas was presented at Rockefeller Center in 1974, conducted by Paul LaValle, of Band of America fame. This unusual Christmas tradition is firmly established in over 200 cities around the world.