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6 New Rooftops Spots You Need To Check Out In L.A.

By Ashlyn Davis

6 New Rooftops Spots You Need To Check Out In L.A.

L.A.’s sky-high scene is only getting better!

Taking in sweeping views of the city as the sun takes its final bow with a beautifully crafted cocktail in hand is a pastime that never gets old. In fact, there’s ever-changing energy and a constant influx of newcomers, breathing new life into the rooftop scene that makes it more dynamic every month. Here are our 6 spots you don’t want to miss right now.

1. Merois

Credit: Merois (Pendry West Hollywood)

Chef Wolfgang Puck has gifted L.A. with two incredible new restaurants, exciting new restaurants, Merois and Ospero. Merois, located on the rooftop of Pendry West Hollywood, combines the striking views of the city (which can be enjoyed through floor-to-ceiling windows with a menu that weaves Japanese, Southeast Asian flavors with French-California cuisine. There’s also a gorgeous pool

8430 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069

2. LA Cha Cha Chá

LA Cha Cha Chá is bringing a distinctly Mexican flavor to an Arts District rooftop from March 19. Being the sister location of the popular Terraza Cha Cha Cha in Mexico City’s Colona Tabacalera neighborhood, it will combine traditional dishes with Mexico City-born, LA-raised chef Alejandro Guzman signature touch. Design-wise, you’ll find sleek timbers, eclectic tiles in turquoise with a substantial amount of foliage (about 150 plants) enclosing the space, all accented with fairy lights for ambiance.

820 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

3. The Roof at Edition

Edition hotels have mastered the art of creating exclusive oases while making you feel as though you’re still fully immersed in the city. You can sip on cocktails on one of the loungers under a lush canopy of foliage or get cozy at one of the intimate, candlelit tables perched on the patio along the side. of the rooftop. Enjoy tequila cocktails and tostadas with 360-degree views of the sun setting over the city.

9040 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

4. Sant’olina at The Beverly Hilton

Sant’olina is the brand-new rooftop spot perched above the Beverly Hilton. Priding itself on being a Mediterranean melting pot, each dish tells a story. This new hotspot has understated decor in natural tones with a stunning canopy of fairy lights that turn up the romances once the sunsets. Hydrate with a delicious drink like the Beny’s Blanco with Casamigos Blanco Tequila, Cucumber Juice, Melon, Basil, topped with Sparkling Water, and nibble on delicious small plates like the charred eggplant and marinated feta.
9876 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

5. Bar Bohemien at Citizen Public Market

Eat and sip your way through dishes inspired by the greatest cities in the world at this Culver City hotspot. Citizen Public Market is located in a  regenerated historic landmark that with preserved the original of Beaux-Arts classical and Art Deco elements. Above the entrepreneurial buzz of the marketplace below, the rooftop serves as a meeting place where the community can wine and dine on the delicious offerings in a lush setting overlooking the thriving creative scene of the neighborhood.
9355 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

6. Bar Lis at the Thomspon Hotel

Credit: Michael Mundy via Thompson Hotels

Paring the breezy sophistication of Côte d’Azur with arresting views of the Hollywood hilltops, this new rooftop spot is a postcard for the laidback 60s glamour. Sip on elegant cocktails or a flute of champagne and indulge in a beautiful selection of canapés with a traditional bistro fare and infused with the seaside soul of the French coast from chef  Lincoln Carson.

1541 Wilcox Ave, Los Angeles, 90028