Hotel Le Bleu has finally raised the roof — with a bar!

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Fans of drinking outdoors, your day has finally come: the rooftop bar at Hotel LeBleu on Fourth Avenue is open.

Nearly two years after the indigo-hued, $200-a-night boutique hotel opened next to a taxi garage and a nephrology center, the open-air watering hole that had been promised from Day One is now serving up cocktails and snacks.

Of course, The Brooklyn Paper team was on hand at the start. Click the video screen above to see our report from the field.

Updated 7:04 pm, September 3, 2009
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Reasonable discourse

dg from Boerum Hill says:
hey guys glad u had a good time, but how about a few details -- cover? drink prices? crowd pretension level?
Sept. 4, 2009, 4:11 pm

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