Rooftop Review: Plymouth Restaurant
Summer is the best time in Chicago for a reason — beautiful weather, great views and awesome food. Rooftops are a Chicago favorite. While there are many greats to choose from in the downtown area, it’s nice to get the tucked away feeling of a neighborhood bar with a kick of downtown Chicago added in. Plymouth Rooftop was just that. My friend and I enjoyed upbeat, Top 40 music over our mojitos– you can choose different flavors — I got the green melon and my friend got the Diablo. We got a delicious veggie quesadilla that came with guacamole (no extra charge!) and sour cream and wasn’t expensive (under $10).
The clientele was a variety. We saw some tourists from the hotel across the street but it was largely a varied group of locals. Located in the South Loop it makes for a nice neighborhood hybrid. While service wasn’t top notch it wasn’t bad. We had drinks and great food & napkins.
If you’re looking for a great place to hang out on a Friday or Saturday night that’s relatively low-key, it’s great. It is also a fun place to hold a small group gathering (you event planners) that’s not the standard, flashy scene.
To learn more, check out their website http://plymouthgrill.com/
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