Take In The View At These Memphis Rooftop Bars

Turn it up and take in the views at these rooftop bars in Memphis!

Peabody Hotel Rooftop

The Peabody Rooftop is on the top floor of the hotel, and you’re in the heart of downtown with great views of the city skyline and sunset. In the summer, the Peabody Hotel’s rooftop parties are legendary! From April through early August, enjoy music or DJs, drinks, food, and a great sunset view every Thursday night. Check out 2024's rooftop schedule here.

Head up through the Lobby elevators to the roof; they’ll have drinks and snacks available, and you might even see the ducks do their march back to their own rooftop palace at 5 p.m.

peabody rooftop party, people standing on the roof with the downtown city skyline in the background
The Peabody Hotel rooftop

Peabody Rooftop Location: 
Top floor of the Peabody Hotel 
149 Union Ave.

Peabody Rooftop Hours:
Thursday evenings through mid-August, 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. weather permitting

The rooftop is open to visitors from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily (weather permitting). The rooftop is occasionally closed to the public for private parties."

No reservations required.

Parking: There’s valet, an attached garage, limited street parking and surface lots in the vicinity.

Beck & Call 

Take in panoramic views of the river at Beck & Call, the upscale rooftop lounge on the top of the Hyatt Centric hotel in downtown Memphis. Inside the lounge, sit at the bar or grab a small table, or explore multiple outdoor spaces. There are speciality cocktails ($$$) and a Southern-inspired small plates food menu. 

How to get there: When you go in the Front Street door to the hotel, turn right through the downstairs lounge and keep going to the elevator. There’s no dress code but people tend to dress up, think cocktail attire or casual cocktail. On Friday and Saturday nights, there is a $15 cover charge.

Read more about Beck & Call.

crowd of people on top fo the roof at beck and call
Beck & Call
two speciality cocktails on a yellow table with brightly colored mural in the background

Beck & Call Location: 
Top floor of Hyatt Centric
33 Beale Street
Memphis, Tennessee

Beck & Call Hours: 

  • Sundays and Thursdays 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.
  • Fridays and Saturdays 4 p.m. - midnight
  • Sunday brunch 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. | reservations highly recommended

First-come, first served. 

Parking: There’s valet, parking at The Mobility Center, street parking in the area, and a paid surface lot across the street.

Tiger & Peacock 

Tiger & Peabody rooftop lounge and patio is on the top floor of The Memphian hotel in Overton Square. Check out the entertainment district and midtown’s streets—plus the street murals on Cooper—while you sip craft cocktails or dine from the small plates menu. 

It's mostly lounge-style seating or bar seating, plus a smaller outdoor area. The decor is lively and colorful, and the vibe is upscale—there's also a "dress to impress" dress code you should check out before you go. Access Tiger & Peacock through the elevators in the lobby.

Tiger & Peacock location:
Top floor of the Memphian Hotel
21 Cooper Street
Memphis, Tennessee

Tiger & Peacock Hours:
Tuesdays - Wednesdays 5 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Thursdays - Saturdays  5 p.m. - midnight
Sundays 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Reservations are highly recommended; seating is limited and you may not get a spot, or have a long wait, if you don't reserve.

Parking: There’s the Overton Square garage (usually $3 but I've seen it up to $6...) It's painless if you download the app, snag a photo of your car tag, and pay while you walk up to the hotel. Most of the area street parking is reserved for residents, so don't bother.

Hu. Hotel Rooftop

Hu.Roof has a fantastic view of the river, bridge, and nightly Mighty Lights show. There is an indoor/outdoor lounge space. Hit the rooftop for happy hour from 5 pm to 7 p.m. Happy hour includes $3 beers, $6 wine, and $7 cocktails and small bites. It's perfect for unwinding and relaxing.

girl in fringe jacket, hat, sunglasses sitting on the back of a white chair holding drinks
View from the Hu.Hotel.

Hu. Roof Location: 
Top floor of Hu.Hotel
83 Madison Ave.
Memphis, Tennessee 38104

Hu. Roof serves drinks and snacks in the evenings, Mondays through Saturdays.

Hu. Roof Hours:  
Monday - Thursday 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday - Saturday 5 p.m. - midnight
Sunday - 2 p.m. - 8 p.m. 

Parking: Street parking and garages in the area.

Mississippi River Terrace

The Mississippi River Terrace at the Pyramid is on the third floor of our city’s most recognizable landmark. Most of the time, it's only available to guests of the Pyramid’s Big Cypress Lodge luxury hotel but on weekends, The Terrace often hosts live music and sunrise yoga sessions that are open to the public. Season runs April 28th – October 27th. 

pyramid rooftop patio with fire pits and seating

Sundays - Thursdays 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Fridays - Saturdays 5 p.m. - 11 p.m.

Terrace at the River Inn

Head over to Harbor Town for a more pastoral view of the Mighty Mississippi at the Terrace at the River Inn Hotel. This covered patio is on the top floor of the River Inn boutique hotel—it has a roof over it, but it functions as a rooftop bar. Enjoy cocktails and small plates here while you take in stunning sunsets.

Terrace at the River Inn tends of have lots of specials and three-course meals for holidays, so check their website. Thursday night is Champagne night, with $6 glasses of bubbly from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. Upscale casual is the vibe.

Terrace at the River Inn Location: 
50 Harbor Town Square
Memphis, Tennessee 38103

Terrace at the River Inn Hours: 
Tuesday - Thursdays 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Fridays - Saturdays 5 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Sundays 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.

No reservations; first come, first serve 

Parking: adjacent parking in front and back, leave extra time in case you have to drive around for a space.

Aldo’s Midtown Rooftop Patio

Aldo’s in Midtown has a cute rooftop patio. This cozy one-story spot serves up some of the city’s favorite pizzas, garlic knots, sandwiches, and more, and you can sit on top of the building for a breeze. They usually put up some shade coverings and fans to keep it cool in the summer.

Read more about Aldo's. 

Aldo’s Midtown Location: 
752 S. Cooper St.
Memphis, Tennessee 

Aldo’s Midtown Hours (subject to change):
Sundays -Thursdays 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Fridays - Saturdays 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.

No reservations, first come, first serve; can fill up fast

Free parking in adjacent lots or streets.

More Rooftop Ideas

Beale Street Landing  a literal grassy knoll that’s technically the roof of the building, and it’s got a great view of the river and sunset. Stroll on down the lawn to Tom Lee Park for more ground level but breathtaking views of the river.

Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid offers a $8 ($5 for kids) elevator ride to the top of the 28-story pyramid with observation decks. While it’s not where I would hang out for drinks, it’s worth the price at least once to take in the city from the tippy top. 

Ghost River Beale Street Taproom has a deck, birds nest kind of space that overlooks their massive outdoor beer garden and stage plus offers perfect views of the downtown skyline. On busy days there's a bar open there too with a TV to enjoy a game.

Old Dominick Distillery makes their own whiskey, vodka, bourbon, and gin right here in the heart of downtown Memphis. They offer tours and tastings for $15. The bar is open everyday at Noon. They do have a rooftop bar and patio, but it’s only open for private events and occasionally as staffing permits. Follow them on social media for updates.

view from top of the Memphis pyramid at dusk
From the top of The Pyramid