If it’s after 9pm, the kids are in bed, and you’re wondering if there’s anything to do outside the parks for a little bit, head immediately to The Fifth. Located on top of the Grand Legacy Hotel, this lively rooftop bar is open until midnight during the week (1am on the weekends), and is where every vacationing parent and convention attendee goes to unwind and drink red wine until they’re cut off. In other words, it’s a great time. The Harbor Blvd. location offers great views of both parks, as well as an unobstructed vantage point of the nightly fireworks - an experience only heightened by the red wine you’re drinking. If you get hungry, there’s also a menu full of solid-enough bar bites like nachos, shrimp tacos, and loaded tots.
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