Rooftop Bars Cleveland
Located along the southern shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland is not a place for year-round outdoor dining and drinking. But, when the warmer months finally arrive, you should follow the local tradition and head straight to the nearest patio. Since everything is better with a view, make the patio an elevated one, and head to the nearest Cleveland rooftop bar.
This complete guide will take you straight the very best venues for some elevated fun, complete with all info you need about every rooftop bar Cleveland worth a visit: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. From stylish downtown rooftop lounges with skyline views, to charming terraces overlooking the water. Just scroll down and find the rooftop bar Cleveland best suited for you.
Rikard has spent the last 10 years exploring, enjoying, researching and working with rooftop venues. During these years he has visited more than 700 rooftops across the globe. The experience he has gained is used to create helpful, in-depth and accessible content, and to share his knowledge and rooftop expertise with fellow rooftop-lovers.
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Prime season: May-Sept
Which is the best rooftop bar Cleveland? This complete guide will help you find the all the top rooftop bars in Cleveland. The major city in the state of Ohio, located along the southern shore of Lake Erie, which means that the elevated bars can offer both skyline and water views.
Most of the Cleveland rooftop bars can be found in the Downtown area, and while there are a few sky-high rooftop lounges, most venues are found at lower levels. With a distinct and cold winter season, summer is the prime time to enjoy outdoor drinks and bites with a view in Cleveland. Some rooftops do however offer both indoor and outdoor seating, and panoramic windows that means views year-round.
Set on the southern shore of Lake Erie, across the U.S. maritime border with Canada, Cleveland is located in the northern part of Ohio, and the northern part of the US. While the city proper is only the 54th-largest city in the US, the Cleveland–Akron–Canton area is one of the most populous urban areas in the country. Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, as well as major professional sports teams in baseball, football and basketball.