If you’re on the hunt for a great spot to enjoy a night out or to host an event this holiday season, Three Sixty is the place to be, especially with its pop-up “Up On The Rooftop,” which takes place the entire month of December.

“You will feel like you are in a snow globe,” says Amber Lanwermeyer, social media director for Three Sixty. “It’s a very Instagrammable moment with our festive holiday decor featuring lots of whites and silvers, tons of snowflakes and themed cocktails like the Tickle Fight from ‘Elf’ and the Moose Mugs inspired by ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.’”

Featuring a prime location 26 floors above downtown St. Louis on the corner of Broadway and Market Street, the upscale yet approachable rooftop bar and restaurant offers sweeping views for miles in every direction, along with a perfect vantage point to admire Busch Stadium and the St. Louis Arch. 

With the space to cater to any size group — from 1 to 400 — Three Sixty provides the perfect setting for your next event or night out with its sleek, trendy contemporary styling amid a lounge atmosphere.

“We can cater to your every wish, whether you want a crazy night out you’ll never forget or a chill, relaxing night by one of our many fire pits,” Lanwermeyer says. “You make your night out what you want; we provide the backdrop, small plates and cocktails.”

From bachelor and bachelorette parties to weddings, rehearsal dinners, corporate events, holiday parties and even full-on restaurant buyouts, “You name it, we can do it,” Lanwermeyer says. “You can rent the entire space, just the outside, just the inside, Arch view, Busch Stadium view, et cetera. We offer private and semi-private spaces too: fire pits, community tables for large groups and even a partitioned-off wine room that can hold up to 40 people.”

Most events are lounge- or cocktail-style, as guests typically prefer to stand and mingle around cocktail tables, though seating is available. Food is stationed on a table (similar to a buffet), as well as passed around by cocktail servers, who also pass out drinks. Parties are typically priced for a set amount of time, normally two to three hours, during which all food and drink is covered.”

Although the entire Three Sixty menu is sure to please, Lanwermeyer recommends a few crowd-pleasing dishes.

“A staple on our menu is our Salmon Chips – a spicy barbecue chip topped with a smoked salmon spread, chipotle cream cheese, onions and capers,” Lanwermeyer says. “Another OG menu item is our house-made Kit Kat with layers of hazelnut, milk chocolate and topped with crushed pralines. Plus, our cocktail list has been curated by Kyle Mathis, mixologist of the year in 2018, so you can’t go wrong with any selection.”

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