Rooftop Patios in Vancouver

5 Awesome Rooftop Patios in Vancouver

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Looking for Awesome Rooftop Patios in Vancouver?

Rooftop patios in Vancouver are an excellent way to enjoy the stark beauty of the city. There are, understandably, many great rooftop gardens and restaurant patios that you can choose to visit throughout the downtown area. The following are among the best rooftop patios to be enjoyed under Vancouver skies.

Roofgarten –    Here for this summer only! (2016) Anyone seeking a memorable rooftop patio venue in Vancouver that has a unique atmosphere should check out Roofgarten, located at Smithe and Granville. Affordable, delectable, shareable plates are available for Sunday brunch and dinner every day except Mondays and Tuesdays. An acclaimed chef runs the kitchen. This adults-only rooftop patio experience is ideal for both a casual dinner after work and a painstakingly curated dining experience.

Upper Deck – At the heart of Davie Village and touted as one of the best Vancouver rooftop patio restaurants is Upper Deck. It is actually a roofless patio on a structure below the rooftop, and customers enjoy the satisfying fare in the open air atmosphere. Brunch is available on the weekends. The menu also includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, and numerous varieties of local craft beer. Try any 4 craft beers for only $8.00!

Joe Fortes – The mezzanine at Joe Fortes provides diners with a birds-eye view of Robson Street. The uncovered balcony boasts a living green wall and a beautiful garden to enjoy while indulging in signature seafood dishes and more. This rooftop patio in Vancouver has been around since 1985, offering classic American cuisine. Lunch, dinner, and brunch are served, and children’s menus are available for every meal. The main dining area is ideal for high-powered lunches and cozy dinner dates. Joe Fortes is located on Thurlow Street, and it is open every day of the week.

The Keg at Yaletown – The Yaletown location of The Keg is among the most sought-after rooftop patio experiences in Vancouver, although more wrap-around balcony than rooftop. Dinner is the only meal served at The Keg, though the menus include a kids menu, dessert menu, gluten-free menu, bar menu, and wine menu. A handy allergy guide is also available. The patio dining experience is one of irresistible appeal. The Keg Yaletown is located on Mainland Street in Vancouver and has enjoyable scenery, to go along with delicious fare.

The Roof — On the top of Black+Blue on Alberni Street, The Roof is a rooftop patio in Vancouver designed especially for a late-night crowd. The restaurant boasts Canada’s first-ever Josper Grill, on which seafood, skewered fish, poultry, and prime meats are expertly prepared. Brunch is available on weekends and dinner is served every day of the week under umbrella and sky.

If you’re looking to enjoy a beautiful Vancouver summer then you must check out at least a couple of these rooftop patios in Vancouver.

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