10 Fun Rooftop Patios For Summer Drinking in St. Louis

It's the perfect time to hit a rooftop patio. Being outside is great, but being outside up on a roof is fantastic. There's nothing like tipping back some drinks and a cool breeze on a hot summer night while looking down on the beauty of St. Louis. Enjoy.

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Cinder House Bar and Sky Terrace
(999 N. 2nd Street, 314-881-5759)
For the fanciest rooftop patio in all of the land, you simply must visit the patio outside Cinderhouse at the Four Seasons on the Landing. This huge patio offers plenty of places to lounge and everywhere you look, the Arch is just over your shoulder. 
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Cinder House Bar and Sky Terrace
(999 N. 2nd Street, 314-881-5759)

For the fanciest rooftop patio in all of the land, you simply must visit the patio outside Cinderhouse at the Four Seasons on the Landing. This huge patio offers plenty of places to lounge and everywhere you look, the Arch is just over your shoulder.

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With views to the south, east and west, you can see the Mississippi River, the landing and all of downtown from the Cinderhouse patio. And it's lovely.
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With views to the south, east and west, you can see the Mississippi River, the landing and all of downtown from the Cinderhouse patio. And it's lovely.

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Frisco Barroom
(8110 Big Bend Boulevard; 314-455-1090)
Webster had been lacking in rooftop patios until Frisco Barroom came along and gave its citizens everything they desired.
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Frisco Barroom
(8110 Big Bend Boulevard; 314-455-1090)

Webster had been lacking in rooftop patios until Frisco Barroom came along and gave its citizens everything they desired.

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This roomy outdoor space is a great spot to grab a bite, catch up with townies or just peek down and the cute little businesses on Big Bend Boulevard.
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This roomy outdoor space is a great spot to grab a bite, catch up with townies or just peek down and the cute little businesses on Big Bend Boulevard.

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A.R.T. Angad Rainbow Terrace
(634 N. Grand Boulevard)
The Angad Rainbow Terrace is one of our favorite spots in the city and it offers killer view of Grand Center and the surrounding St. Louis neighborhoods.
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A.R.T. Angad Rainbow Terrace
(634 N. Grand Boulevard)

The Angad Rainbow Terrace is one of our favorite spots in the city and it offers killer view of Grand Center and the surrounding St. Louis neighborhoods.

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It also offers top-notch food from superstar chef David Burke, including beef sashimi and CBD-infused guacamole. If you're looking for a glamorous rooftop for a nice evening cocktail, this is the spot.
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It also offers top-notch food from superstar chef David Burke, including beef sashimi and CBD-infused guacamole. If you're looking for a glamorous rooftop for a nice evening cocktail, this is the spot.

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Three Sixty
(1 South Broadway; 314-241-8439)
There is no place in town like Three Sixty. Known for its unbeatable view of Busch Stadium, this rooftop bar is 400 feet up in the air, making it the highest public rooftop in the city.
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Three Sixty
(1 South Broadway; 314-241-8439)

There is no place in town like Three Sixty. Known for its unbeatable view of Busch Stadium, this rooftop bar is 400 feet up in the air, making it the highest public rooftop in the city.

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Stop in for a cocktail and a snack on a game night and get in on the action. Or visit when it's less crowded just to enjoy a beautiful sunset and enjoy some peace high up in the sky.
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Stop in for a cocktail and a snack on a game night and get in on the action. Or visit when it's less crowded just to enjoy a beautiful sunset and enjoy some peace high up in the sky.

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Vin de Set Rooftop Bar and Bistro
(2017 Chouteau Avenue; 314-241-8989)
Located in historic Lafayette Square, Vin de Set's Rooftop Bar and Bistro tops the old Centennial Malt House on Chouteau Avenue. French-inspired lunch, dinner and brunch are paired with an extensive wine list in an expansive patio space. - Sara Graham
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Vin de Set Rooftop Bar and Bistro
(2017 Chouteau Avenue; 314-241-8989)

Located in historic Lafayette Square, Vin de Set's Rooftop Bar and Bistro tops the old Centennial Malt House on Chouteau Avenue. French-inspired lunch, dinner and brunch are paired with an extensive wine list in an expansive patio space. - Sara Graham

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If you're looking for a place to spend a nice, long well-fed afternoon, head directly to Vin de Set.
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If you're looking for a place to spend a nice, long well-fed afternoon, head directly to Vin de Set.

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