Now that it's FINALLY getting warm outside, it's time to head out and up to these fabulous rooftop bars.
It's not posh like some of the bars on this list, but it's rooftop boasts an eclectic crowd and a great beer list.
During the summer, you can munch on Dim Sum on the roof at this fashionable downtown spot.
The only rooftop bar in the South Loop - Plymouth's roof fills up starting at 4:30 and stays full most of the evening. Go early if you want a spot.
C-View is an under-appreciated gold coast gem. Whether it's winter and you're indoors or if the weather is beautiful and can lounge outside, this rooftop is worth a visit.
So fashionable it ended up the subject of a New York Times travel profile.
The only thing better than the view is the landmark architecture that perfectly frames the Art Institute's modern collection.
The best whiskey list on the far north side. I'd stay away on weekend nights, since it gets full, but stop in on weekdays. During the summer, they have a great rooftop deck.
This place is for you if you like the scene. It's hip, trendy, filled with pretty people and has a retractable roof.
Every dish at Homestead has something from their huge rooftop garden. When it reopens in the spring, don't skip the cocktails by mixologist Revae Schneider.
Order the boozy pushpops and skip the expensive cocktails. Amazing river view.
Lincoln Square's local grocery store. One of the longest meat counters in town filled with homemade sausages, a huge beer selection and a rooftop garden.
One of the only rooftop bars outside of downton, the J. Parker on top of the Hotel Lincoln is one of the few rooftop bars to have genuinely great cocktails.
Now that Craig Schoettler is here, the drinks match the beautiful decor.