Rooftop Bars New Orleans
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Here you'll find the best rooftop bars New Orleans, with all info you need about each venue: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more.
NOLA is a city known for top class entertainment and restaurants, Mardi Gras festival and exciting architecture. With an atmosphere set for a great time, you can elevate the experience by heading up to a New Orleans rooftop bar, and enjoy both the breeze and the views off the Mississippi.
So which are the best rooftop bars New Orleans? Just scroll down and find the New Orleans rooftop 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 New Orleans
Prime season: March-Oct
Residents: 1,2 million
Climate: Humid subtropical
Which are the best rooftop bars New Orleans? This guide will help you find everything you need to know. The climate in NOLA is very rooftop friendly. Long warm summers and shorter and mild winters. Perfect for all elevated and open-air venues in New Orleans.
Here you can find both luxurious rooftop pools and smaller terraces located at restaurants. The rooftop pools in New Orleans are located at swanky hotels, and are usually only available for the guests at the hotels. A perfect mix is to hang out at a rooftop pool during the day, and then round of with some rooftop dinner in the city.
About New Orleans
New Orleans has a population of approximately 1,2 million, in the metropolitan area, which makes it the 46th largest in United States. The city is well known for its French and Spanish Creole architecture. New Orleans is also famous for its cuisine, festival and music. Jazz was for example born here. The city is often refered to as “most unique” in United States. Unfortunately, New Orleans has been victim for several large hurricanes through out the years. Katrina and Rita are only a few of them. So, it’s not recommended to come here during the stormier season.