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Rooftop Mini Golf, All-Day Breakfast Spot Opening in Midtown Hotel

By Maya Rajamani | August 16, 2017 7:33am
 A rendering of the Magic Hour-Rooftop Bar & Lounge.
A rendering of the Magic Hour-Rooftop Bar & Lounge.
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Courtesy of Tao Group

GARMENT DISTRICT — The nightlife group behind a handful of flashy clubs and restaurants is opening a cluster of eateries inside a Seventh Avenue hotel that includes an all-day breakfast spot and a rooftop bar featuring mini golf.

Moxy Times Square will house five different restaurants and bars when it opens next month at 487 Seventh Ave., at the corner of West 36th Street, the TAO Group announced.

Egghead — a sandwich shop with a street-level entrance on Seventh Avenue — will serve all-day breakfast sandwiches made with potato bread, eggs and cheese sourced from farms in upstate New York.

Legasea, a 145-seat brasserie helmed by former Gotham Bar & Grill chef Jason Hall, will feature a raw bar and serve seafood dishes in a “modern and vivacious atmosphere,” the group said.

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A rooftop spot called Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge, meanwhile, is designed to look like an “urban amusement park” — with carousel seating, a miniature golf area and a menu that includes “State Fair” foods like sausage and peppers and lobster rolls.

The hotel will also have a bar called Bar Moxy on the second floor, attached to a “grab-and-go” cafe called The Pickup.

All of the locations will open in September, though their exact opening dates haven’t been set, a spokeswoman said.

The nightlife groups operates a series of TAO locations across the city and in Las Vegas, as well as Lavo and the nightclub Marquee.