Rooftop Bars Pittsburgh
10 best rooftop bars in Pittsburgh
While not one of the largest cities in the US, Pittsburgh do hold an impressive skyline. And it looks even better from above, preferably with a drink in hand and a pleasant summer breeze at one of the rooftop bars Pittsburgh has to offer.
This complete guide will help you find the very best venues for some elevated fun, complete with all info you need about every rooftop bar Pittsburgh worth a visit: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. From Downtown rooftop lounges to Shadyside and Lawrenceville terraces. So, which is the best rooftop bar in the Burgh? Just scroll down and find the Pittsburgh rooftop bar best suited for you.
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Which is the best rooftop bar Pittsburgh? This complete guide will help you find the all the top rooftop bars Pittsburgh. The second largest city in Pennsylvania comes with an impressive skyline, and the best way to enjoy it is from above, preferably from a rooftop bar.
The Pittsburgh rooftop bars can be found from Downtown to the trendy Lawrenceville area, and there are both quite elevated rooftop lounges and more charming (and lower) garden terraces. While the prime season for Pittsburgh rooftop bars is during the warmer summer months, there are a few equipped with retractable roof, creating a cosy winter-experience as well.
Pittsburgh is the second largest city in the state of Pennsylvania (after Philadelphia), and the 66th-largest city in the U.S. Set right where the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River meet and form the Ohio River, the city is often called the 'City of Bridges' (it has 446 bridges). Pittsburgh is also known as the 'Steel City', with more than 300 steel-related businesses.