From the Source: River Domes Return To City Winery At the Riverwalk; Reserve your dome today!

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Riverwalk Domes
Monday, October 1, 2018 - 2:45pm

City Winery at the Riverwalk returns with its popular heated River Domes from Wednesday, October 10 – Sunday, December 16, offering guests private outdoor seating and shelter on the Riverwalk. River Dome reservations start today and can be made at Open Table.

City Winery at the Riverwalk is located on the south bank of the Chicago River between Dearborn and State Streets at 11 W. Riverwalk South.

River Dome reservations last two and a half hours and are $85 per person which includes a $60 food and beverage minimum spend.

Each dome fits up to eight guests and comes equipped with a Bluetooth speaker, a heater, and comfortable seating and furniture exclusively outfitted by Wayfair Professional, a solution that helps businesses make good spaces great. All River Domes can remain partially open or be closed completely to shield against unpredictable weather.

City Winery Chicago brings what they do best in the West Loop to their Riverwalk location. The menu features a diverse wine, beer, and cocktail list along with food created to pair with wine.

In addition, wine made at City Winery's West Loop location is served through a unique tap system to showcase the company's commitment to sustainability. The décor evokes the romance of being in wine country in a beautiful urban setting, offering stunning views of downtown Chicago and the Chicago River.

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