Best 5 Rooftop Bars in Las Vegas

At times a great drink tastes even better with a bit of elevation. You’ll find this especially true in Las Vegas where atmosphere and alcohol are everything. The five best rooftop bars in town mix great booze with great views no matter what your libation of choice is.

1. Beer Park

Super fun spot to drain some pints and amuse yourself playing giant Jenga or pool with your friends. A big draw at Beer Park is taking in the gorgeous views of the Bellagio fountains directly across Las Vegas Boulevard. The staggering beer list will be sure to quench your thirst. Craft beers, domestics, awesome beer cocktails and food are what’s on tap at Beer Park.

2. Oak & Ivy

This downtown whisky bar at Container Park features amazing mixologists that will not only pour you a great drink, they’ll educate you along the journey. They know the origins of all the bottles and the people that make them. Akin to every other vendor on the property, Oak & Ivy was crafted from an old shipping container. This leaves limited room inside so if the patio is jam-packed, head straight upstairs and more seating is accessible on top.

3. Carson Kitchen

Carson Kitchen is quite the popular destination for locals so be sure to book a reservation in advance. They also acquired the space next store, constructed a new bar and brought in more tables to meet the demand and there’s even more seating upstairs at their rooftop veranda.

4. Apex Social Club

Apex Social Club is among one of the newer additions to the Palms after the property underwent a $690 million renovation. This trendy lounge has life-size human statues by Damien Hirst and some of the best views in the city. So take a ride up to the Ivory Tower on the 55th floor.

5. Chateau

There is a nightspot for everybody in Vegas. Rather than concentrating on big-name DJs, Chateau at Paris is all about the ambiance. Take an elevator to the second level where the rooftop square sits right below the famous replica of the Eiffel Tower. Shift your gaze past the string lights and soak in the glow of Las Vegas Boulevard and the Bellagio fountains across the Strip.

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