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The Top Rooftop Bars in Brisbane – The Best 'Topless' Venues

Boasting 263 days of sunshine it's only natural that Brisbane would be the perfect venue for rooftop bars. Likened to the hip ambience of Melbourne, here's Brisbane's 'best topless' or open roof bars!



Located at 99 Mary Street, this hip watering hole sits on the 30th floor. The chic rooftop bar is the perfect venue for knocking back a few cold beers or savouring a delicious sunset cocktail. The grub is pretty impressive, with lots of delicious finger food and full meals, offered by the executive chef. Home to some pretty popular signature cocktails, combined with 360 degree views of the surroundings this bar will not disappoint.


Lennons Pool Bar

Here is the perfect venue to combine shopping and drinks in a laid back ambience. The bar can be found on level 4 floor of Lennons Pool Bar, just opposite the Queen Street Mall, which by the way is a mere, 4 minutes' walk from Oaks Festival Towers; this is ideal should you need to combine evening drinks, with your shopping spree, before heading back to conveniently located hotel accommodation Brisbane CBD has on offer. At this open-top bar, you can watch the sunset over South Bank, let the cool winds relax you and kick back with a plate of snacks and your favourite drink.


Eagles Nest

Eagles Nest is a newcomer to Brisbane's rooftop bar scene. The perfect venue for relaxing, especially on the weekend, the place is popular for its Sunday sessions. On offer are great food, fabulous drinks and picture postcard perfect views.


Up On Constance

Located in Fortitude Valley, this one is the perfect venue for a hearty meal and relaxing drinks. At the ground floor one is able to visit Chur Burgher restaurant, for a filling meal, later you head down an alleyway, dedicated to street art; this can be followed by taking the elevator to the rooftop bar, where loads of laughter, good times and great drinks await.


Sixteen Antlers

This is the latest rooftop bar to break into the scene, right within the Brisbane CBD. From this open-top bar, you can enjoy views of City Hall Clock Tower, King George Square and the surrounding CBD. Located at the convergence of Anna and Roma Streets, Sixteen Antlers is rather a private bar offering seating for just 120 patrons; perfect for sitting back and relaxing far from the maddening crowds. The drinks menu is quite extensive here, while cuisine comprises of favourites, such as jalapeno and mozzarella croquettes and delicious mini-brioche sliders. Head over there on a Friday night and enjoy some quality DJ music.


Soleil Pool Bar

This restaurant has undergone a facelift to become one of the coolest bars in the South Bank district. DJ's keep the good vibes flowing while patrons have the option of sunning on the pool deck of this day and night bar. Enjoy a glamorous poolside party atmosphere, punctuated with the best beers in Australia and a cocktail menu that is sure to impress.

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