New York City Bar, Restaurant and Lounge, 230 FIFTH to be Featured in Upcoming Season of ABC's The Bachelorette

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Wanting a memorable location, ABC's The Bachelorette will visit the hip and remarkable rooftop bar, New York City's own 230 FIFTH.

230 FIFTH, New York’s largest and most spectacular rooftop garden bar, restaurant and fully enclosed penthouse lounge, will be accommodating a special date in the fourth episode of The Bachelorette. The episode, involving a unique private concert on the rooftop, will air June 14th with the newest Bachelorette, Ali Fedotowsky. Heartbroken after choosing her job over a shot at true love during the last season of The Bachelor, Ali is now ready to give love another try.

The Bachelorette airs at 8/7 Central on ABC. For more information on The Bachelorette, visit To learn more about 230 FIFTH visit

About The Bachelorette
In the hit primetime romance reality series The Bachelorette, one lucky woman gets the opportunity to find the man of her dreams — and hopefully her groom-to-be — in this two-hour reality series. This single, very eligible bachelorette — a confident, successful and sensitive woman who is ready to find love — will embark on a romantic journey as she meets 25 handsome and intelligent men. As the Bachelorette gets to know each one, she'll continue to narrow the field. They will travel to exotic locations and spend time getting to know each other; she will introduce them to her family and friends and meet some of theirs. At the end of her romantic voyage, if she has found Mr. Right, will there be a proposal — and from whom? Hosted by Chris Harrison, The Bachelorette is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television.

About 230 FIFTH
230 FIFTH is Manhattan’s largest and most spectacular rooftop garden bar, restaurant and fully enclosed penthouse lounge. Open to the general public 7 days a week, 365 days a year, 230 FIFTH has also hosted over 1,500 private receptions since its opening in 2006.


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