Rooftop bars San Diego
21 best rooftop bars in San Diego
With a year-round warm climate and relaxing oceanside vibes, San Diego is pretty much a perfect rooftop city. But which is the best rooftop bar San Diego?
This compete guide will help you find out, packed with all the info you need about each elevated venue: opening hours, dress code, pics, maps and much more. From stylish rooftop lounges in the Gaslamp and Downtown district, to relaxing terraces in La Jolla and Pacific Beach. Just scroll down and find the San Diego rooftop bar best suited for you.
About the author
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 San Diego
Prime season: all year
Residents: 1,3 millions
Climate: subtropical steppe
Which are the best rooftops in San Diego? This complete guide will help you find the best rooftop bars in San Diego. The temperature here is between 15-25 degrees celsius all year round, resulting in that the best rooftop bars in San Diego can stay open all year.
The downtown San Diego rooftop bars are often luxurious, with magical views of the city skyline. From some terraces the view is often over the baseball stadium, so you might actually catch a glimpse of some live baseball.
Given the nice climate, the city's skyscrapers and the fantastic atmosphere in California, San Diego is a superb city regarding rooftop bars.
The roof terraces in San Diego are very popular, and you do best in booking a table in advance when trying to visit any of these view spots.
At our map on this site you can find the best rooftop bars in San Diego that are closest to your location. A typical San Diego rooftop is located at a hotel or restaurant, with a locely ocean view.
About San Diego
San Diego is located in southwestern California right on the Pacific Ocean and the border with Mexico. It counts as America's 8th largest city. Given the proximity to Mexico, the Mexican culture has put a bit of a mark on the city. In the southern parts of the city, Spanish is the most common language.