Rooftop Bars Detroit
9 best rooftop bars in Detroit
Located by the Great Lakes in the northern parts of the US, Detroit winters can be quite long and hard. So there is a special feeling when temperatures start rising, and the season of outdoor fun, food and drinks begins. And since everything is better with a nice view, this is the time to find your favourite rooftop bar Detroit.
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 Detroit worth a visit: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. From Downtown rooftop lounges with skyline views, to charming patios in Royal Oak. Just scroll down and find the Detroit rooftop bar best suited for you.
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This guide was made by The Rooftop Guide, the world's leading experts on rooftop bars. With over 800 rooftops visited over the last five years, we keep you up to date in the ever growing universe of rooftop venues.
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Rooftop bar Detroit
Prime season: May-Sept
Which is the best rooftop bar Detroit? This complete guide will help you find the all the top rooftop bars in Detroit. The largest and most-populous city in the state of Michigan, located along the Detroit river, meaning an elevated position can give you both great skyline and water views.
Most of the Detroit rooftop bars can be found in the Downtown area, and while there are a few sky-high rooftop lounges, most venues are at more moderate levels. With a distinct and cold winter season, summer is the prime time to enjoy outdoor drinks and bites with a view in Detroit. But a lot of the rooftops also do their best to make the rooftop season year-round, with heated terraces and rooftop igloos.
Located by the Great Lakes in the northern parts of the US, Detroit has several nicknames and is know for several things. 'The Motor City', with the "Big Three" auto manufacturers General Motors, Ford and Stellantis North America all headquartered in Metro Detroit. 'Motown', after the famous record company that was founded in Detroit. 'Hockeytown', with the Detroit Red Wings having won 11 Stanley Cups, most by an American NHL franchise. Hockeytown could even be Sportstown, as Detroit is one of only three US cities that are home to professional teams representing the four major sports in North America (hockey, basket, football and baseball).