Top Five Designed Rooftop Restaurants and Bars

An incredible view can hold the power to make restaurant guests pause for a moment and take a deep breath. The view is there, and that’s already drawing the customers in, but that doesn’t mean you can take that for granted and forget the restaurant design. 


Combining fantastic views, great mixes, of the quaffable and auditory kind, and above all experiences are definitely something your guests are going to want to tell your friends about- what we like to call word-of-mouth marketing.


If you need a little inspiration to help utilise the space and make the most of the organic view you’ve been lucky enough to have, then check out our top list of roof top bars and restaurants from around the world. These are enough to light the create spark within you!


Coq D’Argent, London - If you are lucky enough to own a restaurant next to the Bank of England, St Paul's Cathedral and Mansion House, then you need take the restaurant design to the max -  this rooftop garden comes with lawns and ornamental box hedges. Definitely not something worth missing.


The Top Bar, Croatia – This bar is lucky enough to be set in an ancient city surrounded by a yacht harbour and organic islands, but the design is elegant and the place to be knocking back magnums of Champagne.


Condesa DF Bar, Mexico – This rooftop bar boasts sophisticated cocktails, and an interior draped in white linen and some incredibly comfy couches. Amongst the tree-tops, this beautiful bar is a quiet and relaxing zone for customers to appreciate the natural surroundings in pure luxury!


Four Seasons, India - Safely away from the traffic, the noise and the seething mass of humanity at street level, Aer bar is on the top floor of the city's Four Seasons hotel. A hip place for diners to enjoy the cuisine and bright lights of a vibrant city. The interior of neural creams shades, and simple curved shapes run throughout the furniture and lighting- it sounds naff on paper, but the design and view complement each other so quintessentially. 


The Literary Terrace, Italy - The views over to Mount Etna and Taormina are absolutely breath taking and bound to have customers flooding through the doors- but, the terracotta tiles glimmering in the afternoon sunlight, and bold colours of the natural vegetations adds everything to the aesthetics.


If you don’t believe me about how restaurant design can impact and compliment the right view, then just have a little look at these top choices. Everything from furniture colour and shape to architecture and tiles can change the perspective of a restaurant or bar. You can almost guarantee that your guests will be taking pictures of view and marking their location on social media channels, so take this as your chance to show off your restaurant design, and make your establishment more appealing. 


Image Source: Coq D’Argent, London