Like the solvents used to restore the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling, cocktails should be mixed by a professional. Sample artistic sustenance with today’s Groupon to 120° Piano Bar, located in the Lake Point Tower. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get small plates, wraps, or sandwiches and drinks for two (up to a $54 value).
- For $37, you get small plates, wraps, or sandwiches for four (up to a $108 value).<p>
Each package includes the following for each person: - One small plate, sandwich, or wrap (up to a $13 value) - One cocktail, one glass of champagne, or two beers (up to a $14 value)<p>
The menu is served until closing time.
Under a ceiling bathed in crimson, guests may saunter up to chic leather swivel stools and enlist a skillful bartender to whip up elegant cocktails. Upscale potions range from the nostalgia-soaked Soho ($12)—loaded with Makers Mark, sweet vermouth, bitters, and brandy-drenched cherries—to the Rio ($12), whose combination of basil vodka, pineapple juice, club soda, and lemon juice was called “disarmingly refreshing” by Chicago magazine. Small plates tantalize taste buds with brat bites ($9) and sweet potato fries ($8), while sandwiches run the gourmet gamut from prime angus burgers ($12) to turkey ($12) and salmon ($13).
A continuous cascade of blue and red hues showers down on patrons from an LED-lit ceiling, equipped with a sprinkler system in case conversation gets too steamy or humor gets too dry. Noted Chicago interior outfitter Jordan Guide designed the modern lounge space and continues to make her mark by occasionally scratching her monogram into the bar’s ice cubes.