Yes. Located within a contemporary 4-star hotel, ROOF requires fashion-forward, upscale casual attire. Dress code is strictly enforced.
Yes. The cover charge is $10 for ladies and $20 for men only on Friday and Saturday nights starting at 9pm. Prices are subject to change or be waived depending on events.
Yes. Because ROOF is a bar/lounge all guests must be 21 and over after 7pm. Underage guests are welcome until 7pm daily.
Reservations, though not required, are highly recommended.
No. Complimentary expedited entry is offered to guests with table reservations only.
Due to ROOF’s continued popularity, guests do NOT receive complimentary entry to ROOF. To ensure access to ROOF during your stay, we highly encourage guests to make a table reservation by visiting www.roofonthewit.com/
ROOF features Live DJ entertainment Wednesday – Saturday starting at 10pm.
Yes, ROOF’s menu embraces classic Mediterranean dishes including slow cooked lamb with roasted garlic tahini, grilled beef kebabs with pomegranate marinade, and a robust flavor profile incorporating cinnamon, cardamom, sumac and black pepper.
Take I-90/94 East (the Dan Ryan) to Chicago, exit 51B-Randolph Street, turn right, take an immediate right onto Halsted Street, then take an immediate right onto Lake Street. Continue on Lake Street for 1 mile, then take a left onto State Street. Hotel is immediately on the right.
Take I-90 West to Chicago, continue for exit 51H for I-290 / Congress Parkway. Continue for 1.5 miles & take a left onto State Street. Continue for 1/2 mile, hotel is on the right just past Lake Street.
Take I-290 East – the Eisenhower to Chicago. I-290 will become W Congress Parkway. Continue 1/4 mile on Congress Parkway, turn Left onto State Street & continue for 1/2 mile. Hotel is on the right just past Lake Street.
State and Lake – Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red
Clark and Lake – Blue
State and Lake Southbound – #2, #6, #29, #36, #62, #146
State and Lake Northbound – #2, #10, #29, #146, #147
151 N. State Street, Chicago, IL 60601 (corner of State and Randolph)