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  1. Monday, July 6, 2020

  2. Tuesday, July 7, 2020

21c Cincinnati Cocktail Terrace Open for the Season

PRESS RELEASE – 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati’s rooftop Cocktail Terrace is officially open for the season. The terrace is located on the property’s 11th floor and offers stunning views of downtown Cincinnati and the surrounding area. The menu focuses on cocktails and also offers a small selection of snacks from chef Michael Paley and his team at Metropole.

Cocktail Terrace features a rotating lineup of refreshing and tasty “poptails.” These cooling popsicles act as ice, slowly melting into the accompanying cocktail. Offerings include Strawberry Mint served with Old Forester Bourbon; Lavender Blueberry Lemon served in vodka and Limoncello and two takes on classic summertime drinks, an Avocado Margarita and Piña Colada. The menu also includes a rotating selection of warm weather cocktails including The Colonel with Bourbon, Luxardo cherry and orange and the Rum Dinger with rum, cantaloupe, basil and citrus.

Guests will access the Cocktail Terrace via a specially marked door off Gano Alley and will ride the service elevator to the rooftop. Cocktail Terrace is open Tuesday – Saturday at 5:00 p.m.

For more information visit For weather related updates follow @Cocktail Terrace on Twitter.

About 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati
21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati is a combination boutique hotel, contemporary art museum and restaurant modeled after the award-winning 21c Museum Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky. Designed by New York-based architecture firm Deborah Berke Partners, the property is housed in the former Metropole Hotel, a 100 year-old historic landmark in Downtown Cincinnati. Building on its mission of engaging the public with contemporary art and supporting the revitalization of American downtowns, 21c Museum Hotels renovated the Metropole, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, restoring this it into a beautiful public space while following federal standards for historic rehabilitation. The design of the hotel preserves many of the building’s original features, including a sweeping staircase leading to the second floor ballroom, original mosaic tile floors and the exterior terra cotta tile. The 156-room property features 8,000 square feet of exhibition, meeting and event space and presents rotating curated exhibitions, dynamic public art installations and cultural programs. Exhibition space is open to the public free of charge. The property is also home to Metropole restaurant, led by executive chef Michael Paley, with a menu built around dishes cooked in a custom-built, wood-burning fireplace. Guests and locals alike will also enjoy The Spa at 21c, which offers three treatment suites and a variety of treatments from facials to spa packages.

Media inquires:
Stephanie Greene
21c Museum Hotels