Rooftops guide | Wrigley Field
Spectacular views, open bars, stadium seating and line-free restrooms? Just a few of the reasons that fans and high rollers pony up for rooftop seating for Cubs games.
Chicago Rooftop by the Firehouse, 1050 W Waveland Ave, 773-362-1050
As its name suggests, this rooftop is located just east of the firehouse and behind left field. Ticket price includes food and an all-inclusive bar. Enjoy views from the rooftop's sky deck or outdoor stadium seating. Group tickets available for parties of 10–200. Individual ticket prices average $80+ April–May; $125+ June; $145+ July–August and $125+ September. Click here for group ticketing.
Lakeview Baseball Club, 3633 N Sheffield Ave, 773-935-1880
Established in 1988, the Lakeview Baseball Club was one of the first to offer rooftop views of home games. Today the three-level building offers bleacher seating on two levels for up to 200 fans, two open bars, catered food menus and third-floor air conditioned Club Room. Unlike other Wrigleyville baseball clubs, Lakeview Baseball Club is private, open only to members. Smoking is allowed on all levels. Reservations are now available for six-game packages themed for super fans, families of fans, weekend warriors or corporate outings, all starting at $85 per game. Requests can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheffield Baseball Club, 3619 N Sheffield Ave, 773-841-5387
Located behind right field, the Sheffield Baseball Club rooftop can seat 200 game-day fans. Individual tickets and group tickets for parties up to 30 people can be purchased. Larger groups should call for reservations or e-mail the club's group sales website. Ticket prices typically range from $75 to $99 on Value Days.
Skybox on Sheffield, 3627 N Sheffield Ave, 773-935-3627
Newly renovated in 2010, Skybox on Sheffield offers three tiers of rooftop seating, 20+ rooftop plasma TVs, three-course catered menus, and four levels of private entertaining space. Ticket prices vary but will run you $75–$225. Seating is not assigned but rather on a first-come, first-claim basis.