On entering the boutique Fortville Guesthouse, take the old-fashioned elevator (which you have to pull closed yourself) up to the fifth floor, and there it is—the cozy two-level rooftop venue. The first level features a raw concrete floor with dark-hued wood and steel furniture and a little raised area with low tables and cushions for seats. If you’re not only a romantic but also an optimist, and you want to get closer to the stars, head upstairs. Here, the floor is entirely artificial turf and the tables are low, so you’ll have to pull up a rattan pouf. The quiet spot is ideal for couples to eat, talk, and Instagram, as the dim lighting highlights the sky above and the city lights below. There are kerosene lamps on each table, as well as flashlights to help you browse the menu. Some dishes also come with lights attached.