4 Rooftop Bars To Visit In Houston – Forbes Travel Guide Stories


Rosemont Social Club
Photo courtesy of Rosemont Social Club

There are a lot of places around Houston Here you can enjoy a glass of wine, beer or a carefully designed cocktail. But to savor drinks while gazing at the view of the city skyline, the only way to go is upstairs. From our vantage points, these are four rooftops of Houston Point:

Rosemont Social Club

An oasis in the middle of the city, the rooftop patio of Rosemont Social Club was designed to make you feel like you have entered an exotic vacation space. It starts when you enter through the back door and enter the speakeasy style bar downstairs. Make your way up to the magnificent roof with a thin, well-equipped wooden to mimic a Moroccan refuge. Light turquoise pavilions and bar stools with plenty of lounges with red cushions await, along with a menu designed for social nushing (think cheese and charcuterie, flatbreads and Angus beef sliders). Connect the food to something from the stunning cocktail menu created by local mixologist Curtiss Childress, whose drinks consist of quality spirits, fresh fruit and herbs, but contain only five ingredients or less. As late summer temperatures rise, a cooling mist envelops the open space so you can relax and socialize until the wee hours between candlelight soaking up mood and house music.


Ask anyone where the best rooftop bar in town is, and chances are he or she will mention the proof. Located in the Midtown area, Houston’s most famous bar on the third floor offers unobstructed views of the skyline. On Thursdays and Fridays, stop for a full hour of joy with discounted beer, beer and bar snacks. You can visit at any time to sip 15 special cocktails, served in mason jars with themed names like Pepino Diablo (tequila with thorns with gelfanio), pear-addis (gray goose pear and St. Germain liqueur) and the popular proof based on gin Of Hendrik. punch. On Friday and Saturday nights, dress up to impress when a DJ arrives at the venue, turning the venue into an impromptu nightclub. Sundays are calmer but equally cheerful thanks to the top 40 tunes heard from the speakers.

The Dogwood

The only rooftop address that opens seven days a week until 2 a.m., Dogwood was created with Southern hospitality in mind. With its casual and comfortable atmosphere, the leisurely stop makes it easy to gather with friends when you are hungry, thirsty or just eager to hang out. The old soundtrack and alternative rock fit into the space, where the drink chosen on our last visit was a sweet vapor deep vodka vodka (this one from the barrel). Watch the crowds and an energetic scene on the weekends as the DJ plays the latest radio hits. Dogwood also offers a full dinner menu; Popular items are the burgers, fried calamari and the “I Work Out” (avocado slices and asparagus wrapped in prosciutto on top of two chicken breasts). The restaurant-bar opens for Sunday brunch’s N Beats at 11 a.m.

3rd floor

You have to take an elevator to get to the bar on the third floor, an institution that occupies the entire top floor of an office building in Midtown. Once you get there, grab a spot somewhere on the spacious rooftop terrace overlooking the city center. After posting Instagram photos of the landscape, you can relax with one of 24 wines by the glass, 50 beers on tap or special alcoholic beverages like the Blooming Block, the home version of the mule Moscow. It’s a place to hang out and be social; This is not a club scene. The design also facilitates the home purpose, with carefully designed lounge areas with velvet leather sofas and a Jack & Gill-style bathroom.


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