Thursday, January 02, 2020

ROOF ON theWIT, OFFERS AN EXCLUSIVE DEAL FOR THEATER AND ART GOERS AND A NEW HAPPY HOUR (Chicago, IL.)


One of the hottest year round rooftop destinations in downtown Chicago is celebrating the local community with exclusive new menu deals
ROOF on theWit, the newly renovated downtown rooftop bar, located on the 27th floor of theWit Hotel at 201 N. State Street, is raising their glass to Chicago art, architecture, and theater with an exclusive buy one, get one drink deal. In addition to the new promotion aimed at elevating guests’ nights out before and after the theater, ROOF on theWit has completely refreshed their happy hour, giving patrons the opportunity to sample creations from their latest menu with 20% off all food and drink. Indulge in a cocktail while enjoying unparalleled views of the city, 27 stories above it all, and ROOF on theWit’s spectacular Artisan Wall, complete with compelling digital art on nine LED screens creating a colorful space unlike anything else in the city.
ROOF on theWit is celebrating theater and art with a brand new drink promotion available any day of the week. Guests who present their tickets, from that day’s visit, to local theater performances, art exhibits, and architecture tours from venues such as the Chicago Theatre just steps away from theWit, the Art Institute, James M. Nederlander Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Cadillac Palace, CIBC Theatre, or the Chicago Architecture Foundation will receive one complimentary drink on ROOF with the purchase of one drink. Drinks include ROOF’s signature cocktails carefully crafted by theWit’s award-winning Director of Beverages and Restaurants, Piers Smyth, including the Breaking News with Wolf Spritzer, the I’m Feeling (G)invincible, and the classic Old Fashioned, among others. Visit www.DRINKonROOF.com for more details.
ROOF on theWit is also celebrating happy hour with a brand new offering on their recently refreshed menu. From 4:30- 7:30pm on weekdays, guests at ROOF on theWit can indulge in delicious cocktails and decadent upscale food dishes with 20% off the entire menu. ROOF on theWit’s award-winning Executive Chef, Nathan Sears, infuses flavors from Spain and the surrounding spice-bearing regions to create unique dishes packed with exotic flavors. New menu items include delicious plates such as the Grilled Sea Scallops, served with pepita romesco, seared apples, fennel, onion jam, cress and herbs; the Seared Morcilla Tartine, with housemade morcilla, robiolina cheese, almond crema, kale, fig and bacon vinaigrette; or the Winter Squash + Root Vegetables, consisting of roasted delicate squash, spicy hazelnut yogurt, root vegetable slaw, fried sage, garlic and herb vinaigrette. Guests are also encouraged to try one of ROOF on theWit’s signature lobster, chicken, or artichoke and pea paellas. Visit www.HappyHouronROOF.com for more details. 
Regular hours of operation are Tuesday – Friday 4 pm – 2 am, Saturday: 2pm – 3am, Sunday - Monday: Closed. To join theWit’s mailing list to keep up-to-date of upcoming events or for additional information and reservations, please visit www.roofonthewit.com or call 312.239.9502.
 
About ROOF on theWit
A glamorous escape set 27 stories above the hustle and bustle of the vibrant city streets, ROOF on theWit has proven itself as the premiere rooftop destination in Chicago. With breathtaking, panoramic skyline views, ROOF on theWit has earned international praise for its stunning design, private event spaces and entertainment programming. Rated one of the “Top 3 Rooftop Bars in the World” by Travel+Leisure, and the ”2018 Hotel Bar of the Year” by Nightclub + Bar Awards, ROOF continues to excite guests with their recent unveiling of The Gallery, boasting a spectacular Artisan Wall, complete with compelling digital art, a dazzling 40-foot golden bar, and a sophisticated remodel of their Patio. The 7,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor venue features a retractable ROOF and a space that is climate controlled, making the destination accessible all year-round. In addition to sweeping views of Millennium Park, the Chicago River and architectural icons, guests can enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows and a 27th floor restaurant featuring savory dishes infusing the flavors from Spain and the surrounding spice-bearing regions as well as handcrafted cocktails and fine and rare spirits. 

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