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Nomad Rooftop Bar

Perfect For:Day Drinking

Nomad’s rooftop is a big space with great downtown views, excellent service, a low-key crowd who’s pretending to be more sober than they really are, and tremendous drinks. The cocktail list includes drinks from the “classics” menu at the downstairs bar, plus plenty of new cocktails just for the pool area, and an entire frozen drinks section. When you get hungry, order the fava bean hummus or the burger. If you’re looking for the next great rooftop to day drink on downtown, head immediately to Nomad.

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