If you're looking for a unique dining experience with breathtaking views in St. Louis, Missouri, then you've come to the right place. From the elegant French bistro Vin de Set to the four-level restaurant of Cardinals Nation, there are plenty of rooftop restaurants in St. Louis that offer an unforgettable experience.
Cinder House is one of the most acclaimed rooftop restaurants in St. Louis. Located atop the Four Seasons Hotel, Cinder House offers a fantastic atmosphere with an impressive outdoor pool and stunning views of the city. In addition to an extensive wine list, craft and local beers and innovative cocktails, diners can enjoy a light, snack-friendly menu that includes favorite dishes such as lobster rolls, pork steaks, tacos and a BLT sandwich.
All of this makes Cinder House an excellent place to socialize, have a drink and have a bite to eat while enjoying the magnificent views of St. Louis. If your to-do list includes taking the group out for brunch on the rooftop of St. Louis, then you've come to the right place. The elegant French bistro Vin de Set is located in the historic Lafayette Square in St.
Louis, atop the former Centennial Malt House. The picturesque rooftop patio is on three levels in a magnificent architectural setting and guests can enjoy beautiful views not only of the charming Lafayette neighborhood that surrounds it, but also of the magnificent Arch in the distance. The restaurant offers a French-inspired seasonal menu that serves brunch, lunch and dinner accompanied by a wide range of wines. So enjoy happy hour with a glass of wine and a plate of cheese with your partner, or enjoy a Croque Madame sandwich at lunchtime, while enjoying the beautiful views. Sports fans visiting St.
Louis are sure to head to Ballpark Village, its bustling sports-themed district. The place is famous for hosting the huge four-level restaurant of Cardinals Nation, whose upper part is a fabulous restaurant with a rooftop terrace, also known as AT&T. The restaurant offers an absolutely thrilling all-inclusive baseball experience like no other in St. This restaurant with views of St.
Louis is basically a course located in the famous Busch Stadium and has an exclusive sports bar menu with seafood, steaks, sandwiches, salads, pizza, wings and much more. Sporty decor adorns the place, which also has 300 seats or more inside. If you are one of those who love heights, then you will love the elegant Eclipse Rooftop Bar. Located at the top of the seven-story Moonrise Hotel, the Eclipse Rooftop Bar is famous for its incomparable views of what is “one of the 10 best streets in the United States”. The bar is famous for its beautiful arch under a rotating moon, which is said to be the largest in the world.
The restaurant, which has indoor and outdoor seating, extends across the roof terrace. In addition, views of the Delmar Loop and the skyline of St. Louis make the experience better. Food lovers will love The Last Hotel's Ultima Cucina - our new restaurant and dining option - which offers an Italian steakhouse experience like no other in St. Louis with fresh-cut steaks, homemade pasta, wood-fired pizza and some of the best wines and cocktails in town.
Enjoy our delicious full moon marshmallow pie while sipping on a fruity cocktail while taking in the views of the sunset. For more dining options with breathtaking views consider The Last Hotel's rooftop bar in St. Louis at Ballpark Village - 360 Bar - which offers panoramic views in every direction and has 6,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space for eating, drinking and hanging out. Come enjoy a glass of wine (or perhaps a bottle) from Sasha's spacious winery full of selections from around the world and have some tasty crepes and pizzas for dinner. Finally don't forget about Form Skybar - an architectural wonder that has quickly become one of the best rooftop bars in St. Louis - where you can sip delicious cocktails while enjoying views of iconic Gateway Arch and even mighty Mississippi River in distance.