Which Wrigley Rooftop is the best?

Which Wrigley Rooftop is the best?

The best rooftops near Wrigley Field

  • 1048 W Waveland.
  • 1044 W Waveland.
  • 1038 W Waveland.
  • 1032 W Waveland.
  • 1010 W Waveland.
  • 3609 N Sheffield.
  • 3617 N Sheffield and3619 N Sheffield.

What do Wrigley rooftops include?

The Wrigley Rooftops offer all-inclusive food and beverage that provides classic fare including Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian beef sandwiches and nachos, as well as sirloin steaks, desserts and side dishes. Beer, wine and soft drinks are also available as part of the all-inclusive menu.

How do Wrigley rooftops work?

Wrigley Rooftops encourages you to take public transportation to Wrigleyville. What time can we go to/leave the rooftop? Guests may enter one hour prior to the game and must leave the premises immediately after the conclusion of the game or 11 PM CT (whichever comes first).

Do the Cubs own the rooftops?

The Cubs, via president of business operations Crane Kenney, announced their intention to open the rooftops a month ago. The Ricketts family, which owns the team, controls 11 of the 16 rooftop properties around the field.

How much are rooftop Cubs tickets?

It’ll cost you up to $350 per ticket, but Chicago Cubs fans will have a chance to watch their favorite team in person — though it’ll be from across the street — on one of the many iconic Wrigley Field rooftops.

Where should I sit at Wrigley Field?

When searching for a comfortable seat at Wrigley, we recommend sticking to the areas where you’ll have a good natural line of sight to the infield, and close access from the concourse. Down the left field line fans can find some very good, and often affordable, options in the first 10 rows of Sections 202 and 204.

How much are rooftop tickets at Wrigley Field?

It’ll cost you up to $350 per ticket, but Chicago Cubs fans will have a chance to watch their favorite team in person — though it’ll be from across the street — on one of the many iconic Wrigley Field rooftops. The city of Chicago has approved the rooftops for 25% capacity.

Are bleacher seats at Wrigley Field assigned?

The Chicago Cubs have moved to 100% capacity. That means bleacher tickets are back to general admission, and are no longer assigned seats.

Are there still rooftop seats Wrigley Field?

Now, you can experience all that Wrigley Field has to offer from a fully catered rooftop viewing space. Wrigley Field Rooftops has 11 different rooftops located on Waveland and Sheffield avenues.

Where should you not sit at Wrigley Field?

The terrace reserved seating area (rows 7 and above in sections 201-242) is where the obstructions begin on the lower level of Wrigley Field. The support beams can be found in the following seats. It would be wise to not purchase any Cubs tickets past the rows in these sections.

Is there a bad seat at Wrigley Field?

Terrace Reserved and Upper Reserved sections have support poles in front of them, which explains their lower price compared to the rest of the Wrigley Field seating bowl. The worst seats have “limited view” marked on the ticket, but the Cubs have a high standard for this, and the seat has to be really bad.

Is there a rooftop bar at Wrigley Field?

Wrigley View Rooftop is a big favorite of ours for fund raising events, plus your typical private parties and corporate events. This is the newest of all the rooftops, with an open air outdoor area, a cozy indoor bar, and a truly incredible view.

Where is the best place to view Wrigley Field?

Murphy’s Rooftop Company is the perfect setting. We offer private events in a relaxed atmosphere with a view unique in all of sports.

Where to eat near Wrigley Field in Chicago?

If fine dining is what you’re looking for then just down the street is Mrs. Murphy and Sons Irish Bistro. They offer Contemporary Irish Cuisine in a Traditional Setting. Situated in the Lakeview neighborhood, Murphy & Son’s Irish Bistro is an ideal location for dining due to its close proximity to Chicago’s many attractions.

How many rooftops are there in Chicago, IL?

There are sixteen rooftops in Chicago at the time of this writing, and each one has its own special perks and features that make it worthwhile. Some are classic while others are trendy. One requires private membership and has cheaper tickets, while others cost more for a one-time event but don’t require any membership at all.