The Ready Rooftop Bar

The Ready


An uptempo rooftop bar in the heart of the East Village.


A coveted New York City terrace with murals, planters, casual seating, and a bar made of stacked plastic milk crates.


The rooftop is open year-round with its retractable glass ceiling.

The Ready


We are currently accepting reservations up to 30 days in advance, but walk-ins are welcome pending availability.

For immediate assistance, please email The Ready is a 21+ venue. A credit card is required to secure your reservation. Our cancellation policy asks that you cancel by 10pm the day before your reservation.

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Happy Hour

Join us for Happy Hour every Monday – Sunday featuring $1 tacos and $9 margaritas!
Available Monday – Friday from 4PM – 6PM and Saturday – Sunday from 12PM – 3PM.

Walk-ins welcome.

Special Events

Moxy East Village’s The Ready evokes a coveted New York City backyard, with murals, planters, casual seating, and a bar made of stacked plastic milk crates. A retractable glass roof and walls allow for year-round use.

The Ready welcomes semi-private groups as small as 24, or up to 150 for a reception-style buyout. Expanded catering options and open bar packages are available for an event tailored to your unique celebration. Please call 212.268.1488 or make an inquiry to start planning. For all parties of 23 or less, please reach out to

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The Ready Rooftop

The Space

Inspired by a casual backyard garden in the East Village, the lush rooftop bar transitions to a new era, celebrating the culture and energy that surrounds the neighborhood and transforming from day to night. With a beer garden vibe, the lounge and seating have an eclectic and impromptu feeling, with a mix of different colors and styles. A collage of multi-colored crates have been assembled into shelving for the back bar. The bar itself has a metal top and reclaimed wood bar die—a material featured throughout the roof. A green wall has climbing vines that reveal a hand-painted mural by En Víu that pays homage to iconic historical figures of the counterculture, whose portraits are superimposed on a map of the East Village.