My personal favorite view of Chicago. You can see the entire lake shore and even part of Indiana! It has a restaurant on the 95th floor, Cocktail bar on the 96th, and the top floor is the viewing with the Chicago Tilt!
Skip the Sears Tower "Willis Tower" and go to the John Hancock Center for Amazing city views. You can go to the observatory OR go to the "Signature Lounge" on the 95th. There is a bar, where you can have a nice drink and dessert. Go on a weeknight, after happy hour. The night views are amazing.
Go for a view of the city from the 95th floor and combine with shopping on the Mag Mile (Michigan Ave.)
Head up to 360 Chicago and skip the observation deck fees, grab a drink right before sunset and get an amazing view of the city by day and night!
Skip the observation deck instead go to the Signature lounge instead. Sit down order a drink and marvel at the city.
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