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10 Rooftop Bars With a View of St. Louis

Enjoying a cold beer or craft cocktail is always an enjoyable experience.

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Enjoying your drink from a rooftop bar in the beautiful city of St. Louis, Missouri, is an even better experience!

Skyline and Mississippi River views give the bar scene in St. Louis a special twist.

Some of the best drinks and appetizers can be found on rooftop bars in St. Louis, Missouri.

Check out my list of the best rooftop bars in St. Louis for your next venture to the city!

Three Sixty

1 S Broadway St, St. Louis, MO 63102
Phone: 314-241-8439
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In the heart of downtown sits 360 bar. Just 2.5 blocks from the Gateway Arch, you can enjoy cold drinks with skyline, arch, and river views.

This indoor/outdoor rooftop bar is an unforgettable experience.

We had just spent the day exploring downtown St. Louis and took a trip to the nearby Gateway Arch.

I enjoyed their craft cocktails on a summer evening on the rooftop bar. My boyfriend liked the many choices of beer on tap.

Vin De Set

2017 Chouteau Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: 314-241-8989
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After a Saturday afternoon spent in Lafayette Park, my sister and I headed to Vin De Set French bistro and rooftop bar for dinner and some drinks.

We started our dinner with the baked goat cheese off the hors d’ oeuvres menu.

It was served with tomato jam, toasted almonds, and a french crostini.

For my entree, I tried the salmon.

It was served with confit fingerling potatoes, asparagus, fennel, pickled red onions, herb ricotta, and tarragon oil.

I paired my dinner with a glass of Louis Jadot, a white French wine.

Cinder House and Bar

999 N 2nd St, St. Louis, MO 63102
Phone: 314-881-5759
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Cinder House and Bar are just north of the Gateway Arch, offering a spectacular view of the Arch and the Mississippi River.

My best friend and I had a day shopping in Laclede’s Landing Neighborhood when we got a little hungry for lunch.

I had their grilled ribeye steak. It was served with carrot mole, grilled carrots, snap peas, and carne secca farofa.

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I figured I deserve a drink after a morning of shopping, so I tried a Kona Big Wave Golden Ale from their rotating draft microbrews.

Angad Arts Hotel

3550 Samuel Shepard Dr, St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: 314-561-0033
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Angad Arts Hotel is located in the Grand Center district of St. Louis.

This art-inspired boutique hotel is a great spot to house visitors that don’t want to stay at your usual Holiday Inn.

This unique hotel has 3 bars within. Stop by and go bar hopping between the Art Bar and the other two bars in the hotel.

This is an awesome place to stay because you don’t even have to leave your hotel to have a unique experience!

Rooftop Garden Bar at the Moonrise Hotel

6177 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112
Phone: 314-721-1111
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After a Sunday afternoon at Forest Park Golf Course, my boyfriend and I wanted a new kind of bar experience.

The Moonrise Hotel is a space-themed hotel that has a unique experience. Their beautiful rooftop garden bar was one to remember.

Panoramic views of the skyline, the Arch, and the busy Delmar loop.

I tried the three-cheese mac and cheese from their dinner menu.

I had to get a carb load after all of that hard work being a caddy! I paired it with a Velma and Daphne signature cocktail.

Frisco Barroom

8110 Big Bend Blvd, Webster Groves, MO 63119
Phone: 314-455-1090
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My mother and I decided to get out of the downtown scene for an evening and headed out to Webster Groves.

We had a great time visiting Gazebo park and were ready for some grub.

This quaint restaurant and bar was the perfect spot to hang out. We pulled up at 3 pm, just in time for Happy Hour.

My mom had the deviled eggs and I had the beer and brat off the happy hour menu.

We plan to return and try more options from their full menu for dinner!

Form Skybar

705 Olive St, St. Louis, MO 63101
Phone: 314-241-4300
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Form Skybar is in the heart of downtown, just 4 blocks from Gateway Arch National Park. It sits high on top of Hotel Saint Louis.

FORM sky bar is the premier location in St. Louis to take in the city’s spectacular views, enjoy craft cocktails, and lounge poolside.

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Plan accordingly, because FORM sky bar is only open Friday and Saturday from 6 pm to 11 pm.

If your party has over 10 people, be sure and make a reservation because they are required for large parties!


3550 Samuel Shepard Dr, St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: 315-561-0033
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Art Bar is one of the bars within Angad Arts Hotel. We housed some friends that came to visit us at Angad.

We had a night at the Art Bar and were not disappointed! Their signature craft cocktails were something special.

I tried their Reguaton Swag and We are the Tigers. I switched between these two cocktails all night!

Eclipse Restaurant

6177 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112
Phone: 314-726-2222
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Eclipse Restaurant is in the Moonrise Hotel, right off of the campus of Washington University in St. Louis North Campus.

This restaurant has some of the best food in St. Louis, where they update their menus seasonally with creative, fresh offerings.

All of their dishes have a cosmic twist in the space-themed restaurant. I stopped by with my boyfriend for breakfast.

I had the Eclipse Breakfast, which had breakfast potatoes and your choice of meat, plus coffee or orange juice.

The Last Hotel

1501 Washington Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: 314-390-2500
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This chic hotel is in an old shoe factory.

My friends and I stopped by after a day of exploring Campbell House Museum and Soldiers Memorial Military Museum.

The rooftop bar made a perfect spot to enjoy this Italian Steakhouse grub and enjoy the sites of St. Louis.

Delicious steak, pasta, and pizza were eaten by my friend group. We finished off our meal with some signature cocktails and glasses of wine.

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Written by Brian Nagele

Brian attended West Virginia University, then started his career in the IT industry before following his passion for marketing and hospitality. He has over 20 years experience in the restaurant and bar industry.

As a former restaurant owner, he knows about running a food business and loves to eat and enjoy cocktails on a regular basis. He constantly travels to new cities tasting and reviewing the most popular spots.

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