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Hyatt Place Opens Rooftop Bar




The Hyatt Place hotel has begun opening its rooftop bar to the public as well as to hotel guests and private clients. Located on the 10th floor of the hotel at 530 Gay Street, the rooftop bar offers spectacular views of downtown and surrounding areas. The bar has been open as a private event space but is now open to the public.

The rooftop will be open 3 pm until midnight Wednesday through Saturday for the next few months when it will close for the season. The bar will offer international wine, local beer and craft cocktails. The cocktails are made in a large batch before being placed in a keg.

No reservations are taken. Guests will check in with a hostess in the lobby. If the rooftop is at capacity, guests can wait in the lobby.

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