One World Observatory restaurant

The view of Manhattan Island from One World Observatory, New York’s highest observation deck, is breathtaking.

The views from the One World Observatories on the 100th and 102nd floors are spectacular.

If you still want to contemplate the New York skyline after your visit, the One World Observatory ticket also grants access to the 101st floor of One World Trade Center.

It houses the One Dine restaurant. 

Sitting on the 101st floor and watching the sunset with warm hues and the Manhattan skyline makes this dining experience unique.

The food, drinks, and quick bites are a delectable treat for your taste buds. 

One Dine at One World Observatory

One Dine at One World Observatory
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The One Dine restaurant is located on the 101st floor of the One World Observatory.

It is an elegant gastronomic space in the heart of the One World Trade Center skyscraper.

You must have your One World Observatory tickets to enter the One Dine at one world observatory.

If you want to stay for lunch at One Dine after visiting One World Observatory, you must make a reservation through Open Table, which you can do up to 30 days in advance.

One World Observatory restaurant menu

The One Dine restaurant menu at One World Observatory is not overly extensive. 

Still, it is particular in its offerings, which I like because it prevents diners from becoming confused when choosing an infinite variety of dishes.

Fresh meats and fish, such as beef, lamb, pork, chicken, tuna, and salmon, abound on the menu. 

Salads, soups, and pasta, on the other hand, have a place. 

A drinks menu featuring craft cocktails, locally produced draft beers, and small-production wines complement this.

Try a little bit of everything at the One World Observatory restaurant to get a better idea of the proposals of the prestigious chef Michael Schmutzer, who has more than 30 years of experience in the kitchen.

For instance, the potato and leek soup, the pork ribs with sriracha sauce, or the grilled chicken sandwich with rustic potatoes as a side dish is served. 

One Dine restaurant prices

Depending on the dishes you order at One Dine, the experience can range from $31 to $50.

Lunch at One Dine New York is costly compared to other restaurants in the city. 

But looking at the glass half full, it’s only some days you have the opportunity to enjoy a fine dining menu while contemplating the beautiful views of the city. 

In such a privileged location as the highest restaurant in New York, at One World Trade Center. Finally, everything has a cost!

Furthermore, beginning at 7 pm, visitors to One World Observatory can enjoy a dining experience that includes access to the observation deck at the restaurant.

These culinary experiences are also available for booking on the Open Table website.

Make reservations online

One World Observatory restaurants and bars (One Dine, One Mix, and One Cafe) provide a variety of packages to accommodate a wide range of individual preferences and needs.

Here are all of the packages available at One World Trade Centre.


All-Inclusive Dining Experience: This option lets you dine at a table in the restaurant’s premium windows, with the city’s best views.

Two drinks, an appetizer, a main course with garnish, and a dessert are included. Prices start at $140 per person.

Dining package- $150 per person 

It includes Admission to One World Observatory, Bar reservation at ONE Mix, two Drinks, one Appetizer, one Main & one Side, and one Dessert.

Lunch Premium – $135 per person

This package is available for a premium dining experience.

It contains table reservation at ONE Dine Admission and to the One World Observatory, two beverages, one starter, one main course, one side dish, and one dessert.

Bar Bites: Perfect for enjoying the sunset from the One Dine bar. Includes a reserved seat at the bar, two drinks, and a menu appetizer. Prices start at $80 per person.

Little Bite and Sweet Treat Experience- $105 per person

This is the ideal package for quick bites and a dessert.

It contains reservation at ONE Mix, One World Observatory Bar admission, two beverages, one starter, and one dessert.

Starter and Dessert Package: This package includes a reserved table at One Dine, two drinks, one appetizer, and one dessert from the menu. The price per person begins at $100.

Happy Hour Bar Bites – $85 per person

Sit 100 stories above the ground and enjoy specialized cocktails, beers, and wine. Isn’t it fascinating? 

This is what you get with this package.

Table reservation at ONE Dine Admission and entry at One World Observatory, two drinks, and one appetizer.

Please keep in mind that restaurant hours may differ from observatory tour hours.

One Dine opening time

The One Dine at One World Observatory is open from 1 pm to 9 pm, Thursday through Monday. 

Tuesdays and Wednesdays are off-limits. The last Table can be reserved at 6 pm, and dinner is served until 7.30 pm.

Although the observation deck at One World Trade Center closes at 7 pm, you can continue to enjoy views of New York from the restaurant on the 101st floor until closing time.

And seeing New York illuminated by thousands of tiny lights at night is an unforgettable experience.

Reservation at One Dine

If you want cocktails and snacks at the One World Observatory restaurant, you must make a reservation through Open Table, which you can do up to 30 days in advance. 

You must have your One World Observatory ticket to enter the One Dine restaurant. 

They usually hold your reservation for 15 minutes if you have yet to arrive at the restaurant as a courtesy. 

Still, please be on time so they can assist you and accommodate you correctly at the agreed time.

Best time to visit the restaurant

Best time to visit the restaurant
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Most people gather at One World Observatory between 4 and 5 pm to watch the sunset, and the city lights turn on at dusk. Especially on Fridays and weekends.

If you plan to eat at the observatory, go on a Monday or Thursday first to enjoy the views around 2 or 3 pm.

Then go to the One Dine restaurant when everyone else arrives to get a seat and watch the sunset.

Amazing view while eating

Amazing view while eating
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The One Dine restaurant has a relaxed and casual atmosphere ideal for a meal with friends or a romantic dinner. 

The waiters are always attentive to the diners and provide very efficient service.

The tones and straight lines of the walls and furniture are exquisite in the dining room’s decoration. 

Because of One Dine’s large windows, sunlight penetrates to naturally illuminate the room during the day, bringing clarity and joy to the atmosphere inside the restaurant.

The most significant advantage of having such large windows at the One Dine is the spectacular views of the New York skyline that you will have while enjoying a delicious meal. 

They are excellent both during the day and at night.

Note: When booking a table at One Dine, it is recommended to indicate that you want a table by the window and with a view. 

Other options at One World Trade Center 

In addition to One Dine, the most well-known restaurant inside the skyscraper, there are other places inside One World Trade Center where you can get a quick bite to eat.

They include the One Mix and Illy Caffe & Gelateria.

One Mix

It is ideal if you want to talk about your experience at the observation deck over a glass of wine, a cocktail, or a beer before continuing your tour of New York.

You can also order appetizers to go with your drinks from the restaurant’s carefully curated menu.

Illy Caffe & Gelateria

Illy Caffe _ Gelateria
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After climbing One World Observatory, it is an excellent place to go as a family if the kids want to recharge their batteries with ice cream or a cup of chocolate.

The One Cafe’s signature dishes and curated menu provide an authentic Italian experience.

Illy was founded in 1933 in Trieste, Italy. Since then, they’ve worked hard to improve their taste.

With savories or desserts, sip on classic Italian-inspired coffees, nitro-style old Brew ARIA, and Dammann Freres tea.

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