Rooftop bars DC
24 best rooftop bars in Washington DC
The US capital has seen a boom of new rooftop bars in recent years. And while Washington is not the nation's rooftop-capital yet, in a couple of years it just might be.
To help you find your way among the rooftop bars DC has to offer, we have put together a guide with the very best ones. Packed with all info you need about each venue: opening hours, dress code, pics, maps and much more. From new and swanky waterfront rooftop lounges, to classic and charming terraces. All of them best during summer, but quite a few offering al-fresco vibes year-round.
So, which are the best rooftop bars DC? Just scroll down and find the Washington DC rooftop bars 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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Which are the best rooftop bars DC has to offer? This complete guide will help you find the best rooftop bars in Washington DC. When it comes to elevated venues, there are a lot of good ones to visit in Washington DC. Most roof terraces here are quite luxuriously decorated.
The bar and lounge-culture in Washington is very inveterate which means that the city has a plethora of great bars, lounges and rooftops.
Most of the terrace bars in Washington are located at hotels, night clubs or fancy restaurants.
US capital and political center. The city is located in the District of Columbia and therefore does not belong to any state. There are plenty of wide avenues, parks and beautiful monuments. With the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and the White House among the most famous. The city's street system is built on a grid - in a similar way as New York - which makes it very easy to find your way along the streets and avenues. Washington is also known for its many historic colleges and universities, and that sports is a big part of interest.