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February 19, 2018



Queens landmark offers customized mitzvahs or sweet sixteens, award-winning food – and unforgettable views

When it comes to mitzvah venues, Terrace On The Park stands out above the crowd – in the most literal way possible. Perched high above Flushing Meadows Park, this acclaimed events center is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks, visible for miles. Hailed for its panoramic views of the New York skyline, Terrace On The Park has become even better-known for its individualized approach to mitzvahs that keep the focus entirely on your special day.

From the moment your party arrives at Terrace On The Park, you are welcomed into a world of inviting elegance and sophistication, all carefully tailored to fit your every need.  Terrace On The Park offers personalized spaces on four levels, from the Penthouse and Ballrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows affording 360-degree vistas to the intimate garden setting of the Terrace level.  Beyond the views, these distinctive settings are distinguished by their luxe contemporary décor, and by state-of-the-art sound and LED-lighting systems that can be reprogrammed to give every mitzvah a unique sense of style. Under the direction of Executive Chef (and Iron Chef Finalist) Jose Cerqueira, an internationally-trained culinary team prides itself on creating specialized menus for every taste and specification, in keeping with the diversity of communities that comprise our Boro, and our city.

For our Orthodox customers, a team of Orthodox rabbis working hand-in-hand with kitchen staff and caterers to insure the highest level of Kashruth. This careful consideration for Orthodox patrons has amply paid off, making Terrace On The Park a popular and highly reputable venue for the New York metro area’s Orthodox community.

First constructed for the 1964 World’s Fair, Terrace On The Park has been a part of the life of New York for more than a half century, visited by every New York Mayor, along with presidents, prime ministers and monarchs – as well as the Beatles, who landed on the Rooftop heliport when they made their US debut at Shea Stadium in 1965. When you celebrate your mitzvah at Terrace On The Park, you become a part of this rich history – and Terrace On The Park becomes part of yours as well.