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Roof on the Wit, Chicago

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The View: A bird’s-eye perspective on the
city’s famous architectural landmarks,
Lake Michigan, and Millennium Park—plus the possibility of spotting celebs like
Fergie, Vince Vaughn, and Bon Jovi on the roof itself. Two spaces define the
scene: The Patio, a large lounge with counter-height tables beside fire pits, a
bar, and a video wall; and The Hangover, popular for its glass-enclosed private
table for eight.

The Food: Small plates and a new “chic finger food” menu that includes a platter of oysters, togarashi
tuna, and charmoula shrimp with roasted tomato sangria.

Tip: A Sunday brunch party with a DJ and menu twists kicks off May 15 (doors open at
11 a.m.).

World's Hottest Rooftop Restaurants

Roof on the Wit, Chicago

The View: A bird’s-eye perspective on the
city’s famous architectural landmarks,
Lake Michigan, and Millennium Park—plus the possibility of spotting celebs like
Fergie, Vince Vaughn, and Bon Jovi on the roof itself. Two spaces define the
scene: The Patio, a large lounge with counter-height tables beside fire pits, a
bar, and a video wall; and The Hangover, popular for its glass-enclosed private
table for eight.

The Food: Small plates and a new “chic finger food” menu that includes a platter of oysters, togarashi
tuna, and charmoula shrimp with roasted tomato sangria.

Tip: A Sunday brunch party with a DJ and menu twists kicks off May 15 (doors open at
11 a.m.).

Courtesy of Roof on the Wit

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