Rooftop Bars Portland
11 best rooftop bars in Portland
Located in the Pacific Northwest, Portland has cold winters, so when the spring and sun finally arrives there is only one right thing to do: head outdoors and upwards to the Portland rooftop bars. After all, the brews and cocktails taste so much better paired with a scenic view.
In this full listing you will find all the info you need about every rooftop bar Portland worth a visit. Opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. From trendy rooftop lounges with city and river views, to charming terraces offering both crafted brews and screenings of the major games. Just scroll down and find the rooftop bar Portland 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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Rooftop bar Portland
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Which is the best rooftop bar Portland? This complete guide will help you find the all the top rooftop bars in Portland. The largest city in the state of Oregon, located at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers, meaning elevated venues with both skyline and river views.
Portland rooftop bars can be found on both sides of the Willamette River, in Downtwon and in East Portland. They also come in plenty of different shapes and setting, from stylish rooftop lounges and restaurants, to more charming patios, perfect for both sunny brews and catching any major game. Located in the Pacific Northwest, meaning cold winters, so the Portland rooftop season is only in full swing during the warmer spring and summer months.
Portland is the largest and most populous city in the state of Oregon, seperated from the state of Washington by the Columbia River. About 100km from the Pacific coastline, water is still a distinct feature of the city, with the Willamette River flowing north through the city center, separating the east and west neighborhoods. Known for both a vibrant music, food and brewery scene, there is a lot to enjoy and explore in Portland.