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Skybox on Sheffield was opened in 1993, as primarily, a corporate entertainment facility for Cubs rooftops. Over the past 18 years it has grown into one of Chicago's most exciting full-service entertainment facilities. Conveniently located at 3627...more
1. This is the WORST PLACE EVER TO SEE A CONCERT. TICKET SAYS LIMITED SEATING NOT ⭕️.
2. Lady Gaga was late starting. Ticket states start at 7 pm.
3. Beer cut off at 9:30. Concert didn't start until 8:20 pm.
Yes, the scoreboard blocks the view of the field as pictures I included show. The reason for the 4 * review? The atmosphere is great if you want to do something different at Wrigley. The atmosphere, food, drinks and staff are all very good. All...More
I had purchased two tickets to attend this rooftops' James Taylor concert. I was not really aware of what the experience would look like or be like, so I did search on Trip Advisor for information. Unfortunately, I only got depressed reading what was available....More
Here is an excerpt from a letter I had sent after my experience. Please be aware of what you are buying BEFORE you go:
As I was researching rooftops, I was aware that The Skybox on Sheffield did not have the views of the infield...More
You can have a good time here but not watching the game. View blocked so you have to watch TV and then the 3sec delay ruins it. I could see the K on the scoreboard before the pitch. Or crowd cheer and then know to...More
from past images, at one time, this was great place to see a game--Forget it ! --- I feel bad for the owners, but worse for anyone dropping ($100 per seat)-- to not see a game.... yes..NOT SEE --
there is no view..period. End of...More
What a great time in the Skybox on Sheffield! A good view of the stadium slightly obstructed by the score board but that was fine because we were at Wrigley. Plenty of tv's inside with cool air conditioning and complimentary food & drinks. Cold Goose...More
When my friends and I booked tickets for this rooftop bar, we read that the view was 50% obstructed. Sure, 50% of the entire stadium is obstructed, but 90% of the actually FIELD is obstructed. You could see a ball or a player of something...More
Purchased two tickets through Living Social. No view of infield. Unlimited food and drink is a joke. Hot pretzels were gone in the third inning. The guy who worked there said, gee, we brought 120 of them. Also in the 3rd inning, only one type...More
This energetic sub-neighborhood, part of the larger Lakeview neighborhood, has a split personality. In the daytime you can stroll along its streets and enjoy a quiet meal, shop for gifts, walk along the row homes or sit peacefully in Graceland Cemetery. After dark, the neighborhood springs to life. Go bar-hopping along Addison and Sheffield Avenue or join the crowd at the historic Wrigley Field for live music. If there’s a
Chicago Cubs baseball game in town, be prepared. Cubs fans can get a little rowdy and may prove to be a bit overwhelming if you're not expecting it.