The start of rooftop bar season in Boston signals the start of summer, the most fun and vibrant time of year. The city comes alive and we all spend as much time outside as we can during these few months of warm weather. I personally make it my mission to frequent as many rooftop bars as possible during the summer! Between the good drinks, great company, and stunning views, it’s a no-brainer that rooftop bars are way better than regular bars. Rooftop bar season in Boston is my favorite.
If you’ve seen my posts here or here, you know how much I love the rooftop Lookout Bar at the Envoy Hotel. And the good news is, it opens TODAY for the start of the rooftop bar season! You’ve got to give this place a try, it has hands-down the best views of the city of any bar in Boston. The drinks are classy, the crowd is cool, and the sunset views are to-die-for! Join the young professionals who frequent the Lookout Bar after work during the summer, for a cold beer or a refreshing cocktail. Check out The Envoy’s Lookout Bar right here.
The good news keeps coming because tomorrow there’s a launch party here for the new Dry Line Cape Cod Gin! (More on that here.) You can get in on this launch party for South Hollow Spirits by purchasing your tickets here. Gin and tonics with a view, anyone? Count me in! Once you try it and see how good it is, be sure to check out their distillery in Truro, MA for a tour and tasting.
When it comes to rooftop bar season in Boston, I say it’s best to come early and often. So come on over to the Lookout Bar this week to be one of the first to experience it this season! Last summer was the Lookout Bar’s first summer open, and I had so much fun here throughout the rooftop bar season. It’s my favorite place for an after-work drink with friends to unwind and watch the sunset and meet some cool people. Some head up to the Lookout Bar and enjoy a Cape Cod Gin, let’s celebrate summer!
It’s the start of rooftop bar season in Boston!
Thank you Lookout Bar and South Hollow Spirits for giving me an exclusive preview of the rooftop bar and new dry line gin. And thank you to Nicole Chan Photography and Kristy Lyons of Style Blueprint for helping to photograph me here.
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