High Tide opens downtown Orlando rooftop bar at former Latitudes location

A new rooftop bar has replaced the former location of one of Orlando’s most popular rooftop bars, Latitudes.

Located at 33 W Church Street, High Tide held a soft opening last week for its new bar concept in downtown Orlando. The business, which replaced Latitudes after it closed its doors over 14 months ago, underwent a complete, extensive renovation.

“The laughs, memories, and relationships we have built with you over the last 23 years at Latitudes will never be forgotten,” reads a statement released through the bar’s social media channels.

The first two floors of the building, which currently house Chillers and Cahoots, will remain the same, while the rooftop area has received a construction overhaul, including new decks, fixtures, and furniture.

For more information on the bar or to read about their upcoming events, visit the High Tide Orlando website.

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