Thursday, July 30, 2009
The above photo is visual evidence of why it sucks that the Comcast Center doesn't have a observation deck and/or a public restaurant on its top floors.
Brad Maule of Philly Skyline (and, most recently, Maule of America) took this shot as he traveled through Chicago earlier this month.
It was taken from The Signature Room, which is a restaurant and bar at the top of the Hancock Tower where you can go and pay $12 for a martini (which is still cheaper than the $15 general admission to the Hancock Observatory) and look out on one of the best views of any bar in the United States.
As for R2L, we hope the views are half as impressive.
19 July 09: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS [ Maule of America ]
The UPdate on Daniel Stern's new restaurant [ The Insider - Philly.com ]
Sure Comcast Center's Video Wall Is Great And All… But Where's The Observation Deck?