Enjoy the View from These Notable Austin Rooftops
We never get tired of Austin views! When the city blooms into life in the spring, there’s no better way to spend time around town than on a rooftop patio. Whether it’s poolside or with a craft cocktail in hand, you’ll want to be at one of these remarkable rooftops when the warm weather hits.
Azul Rooftop Bar & Lounge
310 E 5th St | Website
Part of the Westin Austin Downtown, Azul Rooftop Bar & Lounge makes for a great spring-summer hangout destination with day passes available for non-guests and year-round events to attend.
Rules & Regs
101 Red River St | Website
Enjoy a picture-perfect view of Austin from the deck of this Fairmont Hotel rooftop bar and lounge.
710 W Cesar Chavez | Website
Take in the Austin Public Library before grabbing a bite to eat at Cookbook Cafe. The counter-service eatery has 75 seats on the outside patio to enjoy views of the city.
605 Davis St | Website
A Rainey Street restaurant in Hotel Van Zandt, Geraldine’s takes guests to the rooftop via elevator and offers a bat’s-eye view of Lady Bird Lake.
412 Congress Ave | Website
An Austin original establishment since 1997, Speakeasy features three levels of bar space. Head to Terrace59 for rooftop views!
W Austin Wet Deck
200 Lavaca | Website
Open to hotel guests, AWAY Spa guests and the public during select times in the summer, Wet Deck is a great place to catch some Austin views (especially while enjoying one of their summer workout classes.)
1025 Barton Springs Rd | Website
Sip an ice cold ‘rita from the quaint rooftop deck of El Alma, featuring peekaboo views of the downtown skyline.
121 E 5th St | Website
A self proclaimed wonderland for adults who love a good cocktail now and then, HandleBar features plenty of live music on the rooftop patio with the city as a backdrop.
Boiler Nine Bar + Grill
800 W Cesar Chavez St | Website
In the center of the Seaholm district sits Boiler Nine Bar + Grill, located in the Seaholm Power Plant. The eatery is the only space of the historic structure to be open to the public!