• ROOF on theWit unveils summer rooftop renovations

     
    POSTED July 25, 2019
     
  • ROOF on theWit unveils summer rooftop renovations

     
    POSTED July 25, 2019
     
  • ROOF on theWit unveils summer rooftop renovations

     
    POSTED July 25, 2019
     
  • ROOF on theWit unveils summer rooftop renovations

     
    POSTED July 25, 2019
     
  • ROOF on theWit unveils summer rooftop renovations

     
    POSTED July 25, 2019
     
  • ROOF on theWit unveils summer rooftop renovations

     
    POSTED July 25, 2019
     

Chicago's ROOF on theWit revealed its rooftop renovations with a grand re-opening party on July 23. Located 27 stories above the busy streets of Chicago, ROOF on theWit offers guests visual effects and views, savory flavors, unique customized scents and live music entertainment to captivate all of the senses.

The Gallery, ROOF's newly renovated open-air patio, features nine LED screens to make up the Artisan Wall, a 40-foot bar, comfortable lounge seating for guests to enjoy while viewing contemporary art and panoramic views of State Street and the Chicago River. Additionally, ROOF's Hangover space has been transformed into a blooming Rosé Garden. The space is surrounded by glass windows, offering generous views of Millennium Park and Lake Michigan.

“ROOF on theWit is in an iconic location, in the heart of the downtown loop, with panoramic views from the 27th floor that are very unique. Our retractable roof is temperature controlled and open year round in rain or shine,” says Beatriz Jara, director of events.

This iconic Chicago venue is accessible year-round for events ranging from 10 to 325 guests. The space has earned international acclaim for its unique design and entertainment, impressive skyline views and handcrafted cocktails and cuisine. 

"We are honored to be entrusted with once-in-a-lifetime experiences of our guests. From weddings to business receptions, rehearsal dinners and all the celebrations in between, being a part of a passionate team is the most rewarding thing and to host people’s life events on a daily basis is a responsibility that we take very seriously,” says Piers Smyth, director of restaurants & beverage.

ROOF on theWit boasts a unique ability to transform its space into a custom curated venue for any event. With a vast array of different art scenes, ROOF’s digital gallery undergoes a metamorphosis each day as ROOF transitions from a day to nightlife experience. From colorful art brush strokes to alluring geometric designs, ROOF has a vast array of designs to create a captivating experience. Also, digital screens can display curated or custom graphics for private events.

The new décor offers a blend of Spanish and Moroccan design elements and mosaics to create a summery Mediterranean vibe. The space incorporates pops of orange and vibrant, colorful patterns balanced with cool, neutral tones.

“In addition to aesthetics, we have an incredibly passionate team and innovative owner.  From front of house to back of house, our team is truly invested in hospitality," says Jara.

PCMA has announced its proposed 2020 Board of Directors and Officers. The nominating process, according to the bylaws (Article XII, Section 1(d)), allows for additional nominations for any officer or director position by members who submit a petition, which is required to be signed by 5 percent of members from the membership category appropriate to the position and submitted to PCMA’s president and CEO no later than November 1, 2019.

 

Sportsmen's Lodge recently revealed its newly renovated pool. Known as the largest pool in San Fernando Valley, the Sportsmen's Lodge pool is an attraction to guests and locals alike.

"We are always looking for ways to improve the guest and visitor experience, and since the pool is our most popular amenity, we like to keep it fresh and update it every couple of years," says General Manager Stephen Chavez.

 

Looking for some unique team-building opportunities? Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh has you covered. From pretzel-twisting and cocktail-mixing classes to the "52 Up Close" show with magician Lee Terbosic, your group can experience everything from education and comedy to sleight of hand tricks and mind reading. "Careful with your thoughts about your colleagues!" warns Greg Goffin, director of sales.