Rooftop Bars Vancouver
9 best rooftop patios Vancouver
When the Vancouver summer and sunshine arrives, it's time to enjoy tasty bites and refreshing drinks alfresco. The best option: head to a rooftop patio Vancouver, which also allows you to see the city from a new perspective.
While not overflowing with sky-high rooftop destinations, there are some great Vancouver rooftop bars and restaurants well worth a visit. To help you find them, this guide will lead you straight to the best venues, packed with all info you need about about each Vancouver rooftop: opening hours, dress code, pics, maps, booking links and much more.
From waterside patios to downtown rooftop lounges, there is rooftop patio Vancouver for everyone. Just scroll down and find the Vancouver rooftop bar best suited for you.
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Rooftop bar Vancouver
Prime season: May-Sep
Residents: 2.2 millions
Climate: marine west coast
Which is the best rooftop bar Vancouver? While this seaport city in western Canada is not booming with sky-high rooftop venues, there are still some great spots for elevated drinks, and this complete guide will help you find the best rooftop patios and terraces in Vancouver. While Vancouver winters are not as cold as many other parts of Canada, November through March still means quite a lot of rain and chilly temperatures, so the really good rooftop season is between May and September.
The typical Vancouver rooftop bar is set a couple of floors up, and while the views might not be panoramic, you can still enjoy soothing vistas over the mountains and the water. Apart from tasty and refreshing drinks, many of the Vancouver rooftops are connected to great seafood and steak restaurants, so there is usually a nice selection of food as well.
Vancouver is the third-largest metropolitan area in Canada, located on the West Coast, close to the US border. Vancouver usually ranks high as a city for livability and quality of life, and it is also home to a vibrant nightlife scene, fillew with a wide range of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Thanks to the mild climate of and proximity to ocean, mountains, rivers and lakes, Vancouver is a popular destination for outdoor recreation. From cycling and water sports to skiing.