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Dallas Rooftop Bars With A Nice View

Heading to Dallas soon? I consider my trips to Dallas as among the most memorable ever.

refreshing drink at rooftop bars in Dallas

I especially love shopping and dining in this vibrant Texas city.

When it comes to retail therapy, this city is the place to be.

Do some shopping at NorthPark Center, and indulge in the luxury goods at Highland Park Village.

And don’t forget the fantastic sports events and family fun in the area.

I visited several of the rooftop bars in Dallas, and I’m bringing you my list of the best rooftop bars in Dallas below!

HG Sply Co.

2008 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206
Phone: (469) 334-0895
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Without a doubt, HG Sply Co is one of the most vibrant rooftop bars in Dallas.

It’s definitely one of the most popular and I headed there early in my trip.

Along with your drinks, enjoy some Shrimp Ceviche or some of the other snacks.

The drinks menu is the star of the show at HG Sply Co.

There’s a wonderful draft beer menu to refresh you in the Texas heat, as well as frozen drinks and more.

HG Sply Co is just a few minutes’ drive from the Lower Greenville neighborhood.

The Henry

2301 N Akard St, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (972) 677-9560
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You feel like you’re a Dallas local (yet you still get a fantastic visitor’s welcome) when you visit The Henry.

The Henry describes itself as a neighborhood restaurant, and I can attest to its wonderful warm atmosphere.

You can find The Henry just a two-minute drive from North Harwood Street.

Make sure you arrange for a table on the Rooftop Bar & Lounge.

This space is in hot demand, so you might want to call in advance.

As well as some exciting draught beer offerings, The Henry offers a full drinks menu, including delicious cocktails, bourbon, and much more.

1325 Botham Jean Blvd, Dallas, TX 75215
Phone: (214) 778-6777
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For a spectacular vista of the city’s skyline, look no further than The Gallery Rooftop Lounge.

I took lots of pictures during my visit to this Dallas landmark, and I encourage you to do the same.

As well as your drinks, enjoy the tasty small plates on offer.

The Gallery Rooftop Lounge is located at the Canvas Hotel.

It offers a full range of sophisticated beverages, including cocktails, wine, scotch, bourbon, and bubbly.

My favorite drink here is the Berry Rummy, which features spiced rum, black cherry puree, and more.

Sky Blossom

1514 Elm St #611, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (469) 313-1524
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I don’t know about you, but I’m a big fan of Vietnamese cuisine!

That’s one of the reasons that Sky Blossom is one of my top picks for Dallas rooftop bars.

You can enjoy the breeze and views at this laidback rooftop location for lunch, dinner, and happy hour.  

There is a full range of drink options here. I was especially impressed by the Specialty Cocktail menu.

My favorite? The Skinny Margarita. You’ll discover Sky Blossom just minutes from the Dallas Farmers Market.

Happiest Hour

2616 Olive St, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (972) 528-0067
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Just a short drive from North Akard Street, Happiest Hour is one of the most popular Dallas bars.

Visit on a Friday or Saturday to enjoy time on the fun-loving rooftop patio.

Happiest Hour is the largest patio bar and lounge in the whole city of Dallas.

Make sure you reserve a table for your group in advance.

Happiest Hour’s Rooftop Menu includes Signature Cocktails, Draft Beer, Wine + Bubbles, and more.

Since you’re in Dallas, why not enjoy some cold Deep Ellum Dallas Blonde?

Upside West Village

2950 Cityplace W Blvd, Dallas, TX 75204
Phone: (214) 522-2929
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Upside West Village is a trendy rooftop bar that provides an outstanding view of the Dallas skyline.

As well as a bar, Upside West Village is a restaurant with an exciting light bites menu.

The vibe here is stylish yet relaxing.

When I visited here with friends, we enjoyed a shared plate, the Tandoori Chicken Bites.

For my drinks, I had a splendid Chardonnay wine. Upside West Village is located on the roof of the Canopy by HIlton Hotel in Uptown.


1914 Commerce St 19th floor, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (469) 320-8991
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Make your way to the roof atop the 19th floor of the sophisticated Statler Hotel to find Waterproof.

This lounge has a sophisticated atmosphere with plenty of ways to indulge.

There’s even a luxurious pool on offer.

I was impressed by the drinks menu here, which includes wines, bubbles, beer, craft cocktails, and beer.

It was a hot day in Dallas when I went to Waterproof, so I ordered the Primo’s Signature Frozen Margarita. It was so refreshing.

Quarter Bar

3301 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204
Phone: (972) 777-0789
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Quarter Bar is a casual and quirky Dallas nightlife destination. It’s just a couple minutes distance from Canopy by Hilton Dallas Uptown.

The Quarter Bar has a small rooftop seating area, so make sure to get there early if you want a table.

You can always sit indoors if you don’t, but I highly recommend making the outdoor experience your priority.

I recommend checking out the draft beers on offer here.

There are some unique selections available, such as the Sierra Nevada Little Hazy.


2803 Main St #110, Dallas, TX 75226
Phone: (214) 983-1222
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As well as indoor dining, STIRR also has a covered rooftop lounge that you should check out.

This well-known local establishment is a restaurant as well as a bar, so consider going there for a meal with your drinks.

The cocktails here are delicious. I recommend the Blood Orange Margarita, which features sparkling wine, lime juice, orange liquor, blood orange reduction, tequila, and more.

STIRR is located conveniently close to the legendary Deep Ellum neighborhood.

Sundown at Granada

3520 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206
Phone: (214) 823-8305
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Don’t leave Dallas without visiting Sundown at Granada.

This restaurant includes a rooftop patio lounge, and you’ll discover it on Lower Greenville beside the Granada Theater.

Sundown at Granada has legendary views, and they’re especially great if you visit around sunset.

Sundown at Granada offers a full range of drinks, including cocktails, wine, beer, and liquor.

If you enjoy draft beer, check out some of the more unusual offerings, such as the Community Mosaic IPA TX.

Saint Rocco’s New York Italian

3011 Gulden Ln #100, Dallas, TX 75212
Phone: (469) 320-9707
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Saint Rocco’s New York Italian is one of Dallas’s best Italian restaurants.

It has a lovely dining room, but did you know that it also has a stylish rooftop lounge?

With a distinctly upscale vibe, Saint Rocco’s New York Italian is a must-visit destination.

Make sure to book your table soon, as the rooftop lounge is in demand.

If you love cocktails, you’ll be impressed by the selection here.

You’ll find Saint Rocco’s New York Italian in Trinity Groves.


2642 Main St, Dallas, TX 75226
Phone: (972) 215-0640
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If you love Mexican cuisine and want to visit a rooftop lounge, head over to Vidorra.

Part of this establishment is a covered rooftop patio seating area, with plenty of green plants for an outdoor atmosphere.

This lounge has a friendly and convivial vibe. Margaritas are one of Vidorra’s specialties.

They have several different varieties, such as The Vidorrita, La Dulche Caliente, and Gold Digger.

Vidorra is just a minute’s drive from Deep Ellum, an intriguing Dallas neighborhood.


2815 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206
Phone: (214) 827-3993
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Terilli’s is a family-owned restaurant and Dallas institution.

As well as being a full restaurant offering an amazing range of delicious Italian cuisine, Terilli’s has a rooftop lounge. 

There is quite limited seating, so make sure you make your plan early.

When I visited Terilli’s, I was excited to try one of their Famous Ice-Cold Martinis.

And boy, I certainly wasn’t disappointed! I chose the Bellini Martini, and it was delicious.

Terilli’s is just one minute’s drive from Goodwin Avenue.

Please drink responsibly, be fully accountable with your alcohol consumption, and show others respect.

Written by Rocco

Rocco is a Florida State University alumnus with years of bartending and hospitality experience. From slinging hundreds of vodka sodas a night in jam-packed college bars to serving carefully crafted cocktails in upscale restaurants, there’s not much he hasn’t done behind a bar. Now, Rocco shares his knowledge and passion for all things alcohol-related here on My Bartender for bibulous readers everywhere to enjoy.

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