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Toast to 2017 at ROOF on theWit

“I only drink champagne on two occasions – when I am in love, and when I am not.” – Coco Chanel

We drink champagne to toast to dreams, to victories, to love and to new beginnings….

Champagne brings life to New Year’s Eve. Over centuries, as New Year’s Eve evolved from a religious festivity to a social one, the concept of having a drink “exquisite enough for the gods” became intertwined with champagne’s reputation as a celebratory extravagance. Opulence and champagne go hand in hand.

And there is nothing like sipping champagne in Paris.

Ring in the New Year at ROOF on theWit surrounded by the lavish, sparkling city of Paris, and take in all that the city of light has to offer without having to leave the country. Just as Paris captures all of your heart’s desires, champagne fulfills them.

ROOF on theWit has partnered with Perrier Jouet for its celebration. Since its very beginning, Perrier Jouet has been known for its unwavering style and continued quest for perfection. Queen Victoria served the Perrier-Jouët drier style “brut” Champagne at her banquets from 1856 onward. Baudelaire wrote the famous verse, “Here all is but order and beauty, quiet luxury and sensual delight” while famously sipping Perrier-Jouët.

And much like the champagne, ROOF will be providing guests an experience full of luxury and elegance – an exclusive celebration you won’t find anywhere else in Chicago.

Sip on bubbly, indulge on caviar and dance the night away 27 stories above it all with the glimmering city lights, stars and sweeping panoramic views serving as the romantic backdrop of your evening.

Allow ROOF to whisk you away into the streets of Paris and join us for a spectacular belle soiree you will never forget.

General Admission tickets are still available starting at $198 and table packages range from $1,118 to $3,288. Package details can be found at Whether you are toasting with premium Grey Goose or the finest Perrier Jouet come midnight, you don’t want to miss out on this French Kiss.

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