The Swankiest Rooftop Bar Destinations

Sliding glass walls open to beautiful city views.

Do you enjoy a night out on the town? Because quite frankly, we do. That being said, we don’t want to spend our nights out just anywhere. We like style, we like pizzazz, we like… fresh air. Thus, we are not particularly inclined to sit in some stuffy bar; we want a view, we want to feel like we’re out. Needless to say, the kind of bars we are most likely to frequent are rooftop bars.

Here’s a few of our favorite rooftop bars from across the country:

Sliding glass wall system makes for year-round enjoyment at Melt Restaurant.

Melt Restaurant – Center Valley, PA

Melt Restaurant in Pennsylvania is a chic dining destination known for contemporary Italian cuisine in an atmosphere that’s distinctly “New York-style driven.” Melt used a 21 panel HSW60 sliding glass wall system to transform a previously unusable space into a sophisticated nightlife destination that can be enjoyed year-round. When ajar, the system uses our RemoteSTACK feature to stack out of sight, completely outside the plane of the opening.

Opening glass wall system offers superior performance at The Lookout.

The Lookout at The Pyramid, Bass Pro Shop - Memphis, Tennessee

The bar that graces the very top of the pyramid at the Bass Pro flagship store in Memphis, TN boasts two expansive 12 panel SL70 opening glass wall systems. The opening glass walls not only lets in a wealth of fresh air, but provides an incredible view of the Memphis city skyline.

Opening glass walls bring the outside in at Farenheit Restaurant.

Fahrenheit Restaurant – Charlotte, North Carolina

Fahrenheit Restaurant in Charlotte, NC is known for its stunning 180-degree views. Situated on the 21st floor of the Hyatt Hotel, Fahrenheit’s design takes full advantage of its location by incorporating six SL70 opening glass walls, which illuminate the height of the building and fill the restaurant’s interior with light. The bustling, high-energy ambiance is further amplified by the constant flow of fresh air into the space.

Durable, sliding glass walls offer insulation from cold weather in Minneapolis restaurant.

Union Restaurant – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Union Restaurant has the most impressive rooftop bar, if for no other reason, because it is located in the oft-frozen over location of Minneapolis. Our HSW60 single track sliding glass wall provides formidable insulation, keeping the warmth from the restaurant’s heating system in, and sealing the cold out. NanaWall’s superior engineering not only ensures unsurpassed durability and energy efficiency in all-weather environments, but carries with it the intrinsic “wow factor” necessary to make the dining experience at Union Restaurant truly unforgettable.

Multi-panel sliding glass wall system highlights rooftop bar in Nashville.

Ole Red Restaurant and Bar – Nashville, Tennessee

Ole Red, is the delightfully paradoxical upscale honky-tonk owned by the one and only Blake Shelton. This restaurant/music venue/bar is five floors of nonstop entertainment. This particular 13 paneled HSW60 system had to surmount some interesting odds in order to realize its destiny as Ole Red’s sky flanked enclosure. Fortunately, as you can see, it has since assumed its rightful place, and now serves as Ole Red’s crowning glory.

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