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By Jen Avison Smith

A summer trip to Las Vegas means that the bars and restaurants are ready with unbeatable drinking and dining deals – so why not take in the sights from the best heights? Let these rooftop spots set the stage for the ultimate night out on the Las Vegas Strip and beyond.

The Foundation Room (63rd floor)

Mandalay Bay’s famous rooftop makes it easy to party every night during the summer months. Catch a late-evening Happy Hour every Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. with beers, spirits and wines by the glass. Small bites that span cuisine borders complete the indulgences for the night, including vindaloo tacos, cauliflower tempura and an ice cream sampler to top off the treats.

Ole Red (fourth floor)

Standing proud on some of the Strip’s hottest real estate, Blake Shelton’s Ole Red bar exploded onto the scene this year. Wall-to-wall country fun awaits on the luxurious rooftop lounge space with an amazing view of the Bellagio Fountains. Whether the night calls for a cocktail flight or beer, these libations are best enjoyed in the presence of the city’s rotation of up-and-coming country music talent.

Top of the World (Level 106)

The Strat is starting the summer with a delectable new dining menu and the same sky-high views. Top of the World Restaurant is serving a refreshing seafood-forward dinner menu with a hot-and-cold tower, premium Wagyu cuts and beef selections, trendy entrees like crab and scallop stuffed sole and, of Rooftop Reverie course, mouthwatering desserts. Don’t forget to step onto the observation deck on levels 108 and 109 for 360-degree photo ops.

Legacy Club (60th floor)

As the site of Fremont Street’s tallest building, Legacy Club crowns Circa Las Vegas with a plush, lively lounge space that knows how to throw a party. All summer long, join the locals for bespoke summer events like Star-Spangled Glamour, an Independence Day extravaganza, as well as a Great Gatsby costume party with costumes and fruity cocktails for fellas and flapper dresses alike.

GhostBar (55th floor)

Atop The Palms, GhostBar is the perfect panoramic setting for an evening out. This late-night spot hosts the city’s most iconic LGBTQ+ events and regularly welcomes local DJ talent. Enter from the casino floor and get ready to enjoy weekly events every Wednesday through Saturday during the summer months.

Allē Lounge (66th floor)

While not technically an outdoor rooftop bar, Allē Lounge is a swanky high-up hideaway that makes beating the elements a luxury experience. Step out onto the glass-covered observation deck with a bespoke cocktail in hand, or relax into a plush armchair in this sophisticated setting. Head over to the Conrad Las Vegas lobby to take the designated elevator to the 66th floor.

BrewDog (second story)

Not all rooftops in Las Vegas must be a suit-and-tie affair. BrewDog is a casual choice nestled on the Strip, with its expansive viewing deck overlooking Las Vegas Boulevard and three stories of beer heaven. With open-air fire pits and sports viewing, kicking back for a brew has never been more scenic – and, yes, there’s a breakfast menu, too.


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