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Rooftops at Wrigley
by: John Keener

Last night was the first time that I have been to the rooftops, and I have to say that there is no better way to watch a game. From the beer to the food, the experience couldn’t be beat. If you don’t like big crowds and want to watch the game in peace then the rooftops are the way to go.

You get a great view of the stadium without anybody blocking your view. Everything can be seen from the rooftops including some of the great plays I saw last night. I have to be honest though, I have yet to go into the actual stadium and it might be hard to convince myself to do it any other way than what I did. If you all are anything like me then going to a game gets pretty expensive.

I know the rooftops are expensive but if you look for deals and find one, you get to enjoy the deliciousness of the great beer and food. And this comes without the hassle of waiting in line or just fighting the crowd to get to where you are going.

The buildings are easy to find and easy to navigate around. There are plenty of choices to choose from, but from my experience I would want to go back to Lakeview. I hope to one day be able to say that I have been on every rooftop at Wrigley, but that might be a tough goal to accomplish.

Some people say that Cubs fans are a rough crowd; however my experience thus far would be the opposite. The people have been great and really passionate about their team, as they should be. I can only hope that one day I can say that about my Astros fans. I was awe that the game was sold out for the Pirates coming in town, but that just shows you how great these fans really are.

All in all I greatly enjoyed my experience and I hope I get to do it again. I say this to all of you reading, if you haven’t been to a game on the rooftops, I highly suggest it. You will not be disappointed. But honestly who could be disappointed with no lines, now crowds, and a great view.

John Keener

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