Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Fiddler On The Roof: Orlando Rooftop Bars

The weather right now is perfect for some outdoor drinking so today the Blog is going to visit several rooftop venues around downtown. We begin with The Whole Enchilada that just opened last month in downtown Winter Garden. It's primarily a Mexican restaurant.
It has this amazing partly covered, partly uncovered rooftop bar!
There's no DJ entertainment just yet but I could see that as a possibility in this downtown area that already has a number of venues with live bands.
Close to the acclaimed Crooked Can Brewery, the view is of Plant Street downtown and the West Orange Trail.
Moving to downtown Orlando, you'll find 180 Skytop Lounge located atop Amway Center.
You'll usually find DJ's playing Top 40 here such as DJ Chino.
You'll find people dancing among the upscale surroundings.
It's a great place to impress a first date because even I-4 is romantic up here!
Latitudes is one of downtown Orlando's oldest rooftop bars.
DJ Scott from 101.1 WJRR was up here during a recent visit playing Top 40.
It usually gets pretty crowded, especially on weekend nights or after sports events.
Views are limited to Church Street.
Having opened in December, Celine is new to the club scene and has an awesome rooftop club area.
We spotted DJ K1KO up here spinning EDM during our first visit.
Anyone can use the numerous sofas scattered throughout the rooftop.
Some of the taller buildings nearby make for an attractive backdrop.
Of course my favorite rooftop club is Aero!
Resident DJ's Cliff T. & Dominick Morrison are always playing House & EDM!
The dance floor gets super-packed!
And you're literally "dancing with the stars"!
Located on Orange Avenue just south of Princeton Street, you have to remember that M Bar is downstairs while M Lounge is on the rooftop!
Very upscale but with reasonable prices, it's a great place to see or be seen!
Located about 2 miles north of the CDB, you get a great view of the city's skyline off in the distance!
And while there is no DJ, you might catch the Fiddler.....(wait for it).....on the roof!

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