A chilled night under the stars awaits.
With COVID-19 regulations still clamping down on much of the hospitality and entertainment industry in Chicago, businesses have gradually adapted and found new ways of keeping our social lives in existence. Movie theaters are closed and inevitably outdoor drive-in cinemas have popped-up around Chicagoland but not everybody wants to watch a film from their car and not all city-dwellers even have access to one. Luckily, Whiskey Business’s rooftop movie nights provide the perfect solution.
On a Wicker Park rooftop above 1367 N Milwaukee Avenue, Whiskey Business has created the perfect movie night set up so you can continue those beloved movie nights with friends or family while feasting on some sublime snacks and fantastic beverages. On specific nights of December, Christmas classics will be shown on two 120-inch screens at the 3,000-square-foot rooftop drinking haven turning it into a cozy cinema-viewing theater. There will be showings of popular festive flicks like Elf, Bad Santa, and It’s A Wonderful Life.
The best part? Whiskey Business has catered for the divide between focused movie-watchers and chatter-boxes who always chime in to ruin your favorite lines. Everybody has a friend or family member who can’t help but ask endless questions throughout a film. At Whiskey Business that won’t be a problem as everybody in the audience is issued a set of headphones so you can listen with optimum focus, volume, and clarity.
A only $10 a ticket, each person will receive reserved seating, a set of headphones, and a bag of popcorn so you can make sure all aspects of your movie night are covered. Movies start at 8 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Head to the Whiskey Business website for tickets or get in touch at email@example.com. Here’s a list of the December lineup.
December Movie Schedule
Thursday, December 12 – National Lampoon Christmas Vacation (1989)
Monday, December 14 – Elf (2003)
Tuesday, December 15 – How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Thursday, December 17 – Bad Santa (2003)
Monday, December 21 – Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
Tuesday, December 22 – It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)
Monday, December 28 – The Ref (1994)
Tuesday, December 29 – Trading Places (1983)