I Get Around: Revolving Restaurants Across North America

  • Top of the World in Las Vegas, NV

    The Stratosphere in Las Vegas is home to Top of the World, a restaurant where guests dine 800 feet above the Strip with a full rotation every 80 minutes. The restaurant even offers a special "Proposal Package" that includes a bottle of champagne and a chocolate ring box.

    Photo courtesy of Stratosphere Hotel & Casino

  • RIVUE Restaurant & Lounge in Louisville, KY

    RiVUE on the 25th floor of the Galt House hotel has not one, but two rotating dining rooms, where guests dine on award-winning steaks and seafood with views of Louisville's downtown and waterfront. Save room for dessert ... the dark chocolate peanut butter smores are delicious.

    Photo courtesy of Galt House

  • Sun Dial in Atlanta, GA

    The tri-level Sun Dial, located in Atlanta's Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel, not only includes a rotating restaurant, but a revolving cocktail lounge and observation deck as well. Come hungry to enjoy classic American cuisine to the sounds of live jazz music in the background as you take in the views from the 73rd floor.

    Photo courtesy of Sun Dial Restaurant

  • Chart House in San Antonio, TX

    If there's one place in San Antonio more romantic for dinner than the Riverwalk, it's the Chart House restaurant at the top of the Tower of the Americas. Enjoy a seafood-dominated menu as you gaze down on the Alamo City. It's close enough to the Riverwalk that you can walk there for after dinner drinks.

    Photo courtesy of Joey Parsons

  • 360 Restaurant in Toronto, ON

    Toronto is known for its impressive skyline, and one of the most recognizable buildings, the CN Tower, is home to 360 Restaurant, where diners can enjoy regional cuisine from 1,151 feet above ground. Enjoy a bottle of wine from the world's highest wine cellar before taking in the views from the Glass Floor and LookOut levels after your meal.

    Photo courtesy of Chensiyuan

  • Tour de Ville in Montreal, QC

    As you're enjoying a visual tour of Montreal's skyline at the Tour de Ville, you'll also enjoy a culinary tour of the globe with the restaurant's weekly themed buffet. If you can't make it for dinner – Tour de Ville only opens for dinner on Saturday nights – the revolving restaurant also serves a popular Sunday brunch.

    Photo courtesy of Delta Centre-Ville

  • Spinners in St. Petersburg, FL

    Spinners Rooftop Revolving Bistro sits on the twelfth floor of the Grand Plaza Hotel in St. Petersburg, and while it may not be the highest revolving restaurant around, the views of the beach can't be beat. Motion-sick diners who'd rather not make the 90-minute rotation can opt for stationary seating instead.

    Photo courtesy of inazakira

  • SkyCity in Seattle, WA

    The Space Needle, Seattle's most iconic landmark, is where you should go for dinner with a view. When you have lunch, dinner or weekend brunch at SkyCity, you'll get free passes to the building's O Deck as well, so the views of Puget Sound and far-off Mount Rainier won't end with dessert.

    Photo courtesy of Colure Caulfield

  • Bona Vista Lounge in Los Angeles, CA

    Located on the 34th floor of the Westin Bonaventure Hotel, the Bona Vista Lounge serves appetizers and classic cocktails in an upscale atmosphere, where diners have revolving, 360-degree views of downtown Los Angeles. Grab a Sidecar and enjoy!

    Photo courtesy of The Westin Bonaventure

  • The View in New York City, NY

    If you're looking for a romantic dinner with spectacular views of the Big Apple, look no further than New York's only revolving restaurant, The View. Located on the 47th and 48th floors of the Marriott Marquis, The View serves contemporary American cuisine made from fresh, local ingredients as you make a full rotation every hour.

    Photo courtesy of Jeff Goldman