For almost 100 years, Coney Island was the most popular seaside destination in the United States. In an effort to revitalize the area, the Van Alen Institute, in concert with the Coney Island Development Corporation, held the Parachute Pavilion Competition, a contest to design a year-round pavilion in the shadow of the Parachute Jump, a landmark built for the 1939 World's Fair. Our proposal complements the structure of the parachute with a terracing cafe that enhances the views towards the landmark. A colorful pattern on the glass roof plays as spectacles in which the parachute tower might be seen from the interior-cafe. The spectacle is even mayor when visitors will access the terraced roof.