MLB’s Back, Where to Watch the Game in Style

Aside from the age old debate of which deep dish pizza is the best in town, the other longstanding and very vocal rivalry is tirelessly the Cubs vs. Sox. Northside vs. Southside. The Winners vs. the Lovable Losers (but if you’re asking me, losers are never lovable). Let’s take the debate to the stands to see where the best places to watch the games are because we know you’ll really just be drinking away your sadness anyway.

Wrigley Rooftops

For the perfect corporate outing, a Cubs Rooftop is the way to go. There are 16 official buildings that participate in a revenue share with the stadium. Usually all you can eat and drink catered by delicious Chicago staples like Goose Island. the rooftops have an indoor clubhouse feel to get your summer on in style.

PNC Club at Wrigley

Located on the Nuveen Investments mezzanine suites level and down the third base line behind the Cubs bullpen, the PNC Club of Chicago sits right next to the owners’ suite and promises an all-inclusive experience. Way more exclusive than season tickets, PNC seats are sold in sets of two, four or six for businesses to entertain clients with a full concierge service and the chance to hob nob with the celebrity Hall of Famers and guests.

The Diamond Suites at US Cellular Field

The new all star suites accommodate 20- 100 guests and are ideal for an upscale White Sox experience. Available for day-of-game rentals, the Diamond Suites provide your guests with first-class service while they enjoy exciting White Sox baseball! Each Diamond Suite offers theater-style seating, a socializing area, flat screen televisions and a climate-controlled environment. Available for $2,200 to $18,000 per game.