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CHOOSE WRIGLEYVIEW• Your Own First Class Section or roam around our spacious facilities, there are TV’s everywhere so you’ll never miss the action• Indoor Clubroom – beautifully appointed bar with hardwood floors and TVs all around. Socialize in a...more
The rooftop idea is really cool and worth doing once. For the price I expected the food to be a little nicer. If you don’t like beer or wine there are not many other alcohol choices. They have Pepsi products only. There is lots of...More
My husband and I thought we’d try something different for the Pearl Jam concert and bought tickets for the Rooftops. It was wonderful! Although I’d be careful which roof you pick for a concert depending on stage set up. We were on 1048 Waveland and...More
Worth every penny!! We were at 1010 Waveland rooftop and it was awesome!! All you can eat, all you can drink and great view of the field. The food was good. The staff was friendly. I think we actually saved $$ over getting tickets and...More
...the view onto the baseball field is not the best from some of the roof tops as parts of the stadium constructions are in your way to see pitcher etc.
Had good drinks and great burgers though so overall it was a great experience (for...More
We purchased tickets for Tues Aug 29th rooftop viewing cubs v pirates with Wrigley view rooftops a month in advance of the game through wrigley view's website. They notified us after we'd already headed to chicago on our trip that they would not open their...More
Friends recommended trying the rooftop and it was fantastic. The view was outstanding and easy access to food, drinks and washrooms. It was full due to the Blue Jays being in town, but I would recommend going early to grab a good spot on the...More
A hike up the stairs gets you to a couple of bars with the very stadium-like drinks and food (hotdogs, burgers chips, nachos) before a climb up to the bleachers on the roof. The 1032 W. Waveland version of this had great views and it...More
The unfortunate situation here is that the day to day staff was quite pleasant. The manager, Ken, who apparently managed this specific building was wildly rude. We had a group of 20 that had an average age of 60. Tonight was a nice break from...More
May 16, 2017 we had a corporate outing planned with 27 guests. They called us 3 days prior to game to say they were NOT opening because they did not sell enough tickets and basically good luck to us finding another rooftop. Unreal, it costs...More
This energetic sub-neighborhood, part of the larger Lakeview neighborhood, has a split personality. In the daytime you can stroll along its streets and enjoy a quiet meal, shop for gifts, walk along the row homes or sit peacefully in Graceland Cemetery. After dark, the neighborhood springs to life. Go bar-hopping along Addison and Sheffield Avenue or join the crowd at the historic Wrigley Field for live music. If there’s a
Chicago Cubs baseball game in town, be prepared. Cubs fans can get a little rowdy and may prove to be a bit overwhelming if you're not expecting it.
Personally, I wouldn't take an 11 month old to the rooftops. There could be a lot of screaming and yelling, all positive, and the child would be upset also screaming and yelling, not positive. You and the people around you... More
Personally, I wouldn't take an 11 month old to the rooftops. There could be a lot of screaming and yelling, all positive, and the child would be upset also screaming and yelling, not positive. You and the people around you will want to enjoy themselves, and the poor little baby not so much.