Chicago 1930's with Flair on The Regal Red Witch

Celebrate summer with our Cocktails & Skyline Sail series!

Watch the sunset and enjoy "the best patio in the city with the charming Lake
Michigan view"!

Enjoy revamped retro cocktails, fedoras, boas and possibly a stunt tommy gun or two. 

Includes 2-hr exclusive sunset skyline sail and gourmet cocktail tasting aboard.

Our cordial Johnny Depp look-alike co-host will join us

in  1930's pinstripe style!  He'll be  aboard for photos and

Boarding 8pm
Skyline sail 8:30-10:30

Regal Red Witch
Burnham Harbor
599 E. Waldron Drive
Dock J
Chicago, 60605
(Just east of Soldier Field; exit 18th & Waldron off Lakeshore)

Limited tickets remain! 




Name Sales End Price Fee
Chicago 30's with Flair Ended $60 $1.5

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