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Everyone enjoyed the sights especially at sunset. New visitors in town and family spent the early evening event. Always breath taking views. Long gazing views of everyday things from 96 floors up while enjoying a drink with friends.
After thorough research online, my friend and I decided to head to the Signature Lounge rather than buy tickets to the 360 Chicago tourist attraction. It's free to go to the lounge, so we hopped in line around 6:40 PM on a Saturday and got...More
Great experience! The layout was cozy, casual, and unpretentious. Went with a group for Happy Hour drinks around Sunset. Being a cloudy day, the lines to get up the elevator were minimal. Although many would pay for such a view, there is no cost to...More
If you've been to the John Hancock observatory deck, then you should go to the Signature Lounge as well. You can't beat the view from the observatory deck or at this place. It's all breathtaking. We were lucky to get a table by the window...More
Even if heights make you a little squeamish, this is so worth it. On a clear day, you can see for miles while you are enjoying a really good drink. No one seems to mind if you get up and move about to get a...More
I would rather have gone in the evening. We were there around 5:30/6pm. The room was filled with families with young children. Most were very well behaved. But there were two young (2 to 3 years old) CLIMBING the walls!!! We went into the ladies...More
We decided to eat at the John Hancock for lunch so that we could get the view without paying for the observation deck. When we got to the top, you have a choice of eating either at the restaurant on the 95th floor, or the...More
Go in knowing that the prices will be high, but totally worth it for the amazing view. We were lucky to get a table at the window. Our waitress , Tatiana, was terrific. She happened 5 different drink orders with ease. Ladies, make sure to...More
We had the Margherita Flatbread pizza and a few cocktails. We were seated very close to the window and then got a chance to move to a table next to the window. It is on the 96 floor right above the restaurant. The view is...More
Over 400 stores pack the concrete along Michigan Avenue, the eight-block stretch known as Magnificent Mile. This area between Oak Avenue and the Chicago River is more a shopping paradise than a full-out neighborhood. For prime upscale shopping, this is the place to go. It’s busy, energetic, and packed with shoppers. You'll also find hundreds of restaurants and dozens of hotels, all on the mid- to high-end scale.
Some of the city’s most iconic buildings like the Wrigley Building, John Hancock Center and other architectural marvels define the magnificence of this neighborhood.
When you say if it is necessary for everyone to drink, I assume you mean alcohol. No one is ever required to drink alcohol anywhere in the US. Lots of drink options that are non-alcoholic are on the menu - just pricey, but... More
When you say if it is necessary for everyone to drink, I assume you mean alcohol. No one is ever required to drink alcohol anywhere in the US. Lots of drink options that are non-alcoholic are on the menu - just pricey, but they are delicious. Have fun - it is a beautiful place to visit, but can get crowded.