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New Rooftop Bar Opens in Dallas


Roof Deck at Sky Blu Rooftop Bar | Image by Kathy Tran

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A new rooftop bar resting atop the ninth floor of Tru Hilton Dallas Market Center is boasting some of the best views of Big D.

Sky Blu Rooftop Bar, located in Dallas’ Design District, opened its doors to patrons on Friday.

The luxury hideaway has an elegant penthouse, plenty of cozy seating, panoramic views, outdoor areas, and a fire pit, according to its website.

Offering a wide selection of beer, wine, and hand-crafted cocktails, the lounge makes a great spot for guests to visit during happy hour or on the weekends.

Some of Sky Blu’s signature cocktails include the Delayed Flight, Passion Fruit Rickey, Normal Clothes, Fastest Margarita in TX, and Tally Man.

The bar is open Sunday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday through Saturday from 4 p.m. to midnight.

Sky Blu requires individuals to be at least 21 years old. Admittance is at management’s and the door host’s discretion.

To keep up with Sky Blu’s updates, visit the bar’s social media.

For additional rooftop restaurants in the city that offer tasty food, fresh cocktails, and excellent views, see below.

  • Sky Blossom Rooftop Bistro & Bar is a dining destination with an inside eating area and a private rooftop patio overlooking the city’s skyscrapers and the giant eye sculpture. Inspired by the idea of blending diverse cuisines, the Sky Blossom menu is rooted in Vietnamese food and accompanied by a colorful array of drinks.
  • Deep Ellum’s STIRR Dallas is an American rooftop bar and restaurant. STIRR has a bright and trendy rooftop deck with views of the Dallas skyline. The rooftop bar provides modern meals and fresh and creative cocktails.
  • The two-story Quarter Bar is located in Uptown and has a New Orleans feel. In addition to a rooftop terrace, there are various other outside spots to explore, including a secluded courtyard and rooms filled with vintage furniture. Get your fill of French Quarter-inspired specialty cocktails, beers, and wines along with Southern-inspired cuisine.

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