A few years ago, you might have heard us talking about the “LPQ Party Roof.” There isn’t actually a place with that name, but it’s what we call the rooftop of the Le Pain Quotidien in the Flatiron District. Is this a full endorsement of LPQ as a dining destination? Definitely not. But if you go to the location on Broadway between 21st and 22nd, you can hang out on the rooftop patio and drink rosé. It’s hidden from the street and surprisingly pleasant. Plus, there’s free wifi.
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