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ALTO Rooftop at Montclair’s MC Hotel Welcoming Guests – Hospitality Net
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The MC Hotel, in the heart of Montclair, NJ – located just 45 minutes via car outside of New York City, has reopened doors to its popular ALTO rooftop, the City's only rooftop bar. Located on the ninth floor of the hotel through the building's Bloomfield Avenue entrance, the spacious rooftop space is now open for drinks Wednesdays - Sundays, with reservations encouraged through opentable.com. Guests can sip on a glass of sparkling rose or a handcrafted cocktail while enjoying sweeping views of the New York City skyline.

For eats on the rooftop, the hotel just rolled out a new limited BITES menu with offerings that include items like tuna, BBQ pork, or burger sliders, to lighter dishes like a mezze platter and other dips. While Allegory, The MC Hotel's full-service lobby restaurant, remains closed, the restaurant has also opened its patio space with a limited bar food menu that includes heartier sandwiches, salads, and lobster rolls.

The MC Hotel is located on 690 Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair, NJ. For more information, please visit www.themchotel.com.

The MC Hotel has appointed new Executive Chef Amber Lancaster who will oversee culinary for the hotel. Lancaster brings over 10 years of experience in the food and beverage industry working at renowned establishments across Paris and Chicago.

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