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About Rebar - Trump International Hotel and Tower
REBAR. This chic, sophisticated lounge located on the mezzanine level offers a vibrant atmosphere in which to enjoy captivating views of the Chicago River & Michigan Avenue Bridge. Rebar takes a progressive approach to food and drink, and features ever-evolving hand-crafted cocktails & varied artisanal small plates. The beverage list is heavily focused on champagne & small-batch spirits, and is constantly curated in an effort to innovate and feature the most exciting products in the industry.
Floor 1 Mezzanine
Chicago, IL 60611
American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Wednesday: 4:00pm - 12:00am, Thursday & Friday: 4:00pm - 1:00am, Saturday: 3:00pm - 1:00am, Sunday: 1:00pm - 12:00am
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet, Self-Parking and Street Parking available.
Red Line to Grand
Brown Line to Merchandise Mart
Bus Routes: #29, #39 & #65
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Dancing, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Ideal for both business receptions and social gatherings, Rebar’s versatile space can be tailored to groups of any size. Book either the semi-private area for events 20
Rebar - Trump International Hotel and Tower Ratings and Reviews
Loved the ambiance, darker lighting, great view of the river! I thought the snacks were really good and a nice touch (peppered popcorn and sriracha almonds). Didn't order cocktails from the menu, but ordered vodka and soda and a whiskey ginger. Waitress brought out an almost full glass of liquor and a bottle of tonic and ginger for us to mix the drink how we liked it. It was a very generous pour to say the least, so I thought the price point for that was extremely reasonable. Had the Wagyu sliders which were pretty good, but not mindblowing. The fries were awesome! Definitely an awesome place to go have a drink or two with a friend and have some discussion.
It was a nice bar. Beautiful view of the river at night. We originally wanted to go to Terrace 1 a few floors up and have a class of wine but once we read that it cost $100 per head just to get a table, we decided to just go with the 2nd floor bar...and it's $20 drinks.....you know...where us upper middle class peasants apparently belong in trump's tower. :)
Amazing view but worst, and I mean worst, service ever. Went there after a gala and the server was so incredibly rude we thought he was joking. Not sure if he was having a horrible day but he was actually hostile. He belonged in a diner as he sat the tray with drinks down on the table and started shouting out the drinks so we could tell him who had what. Manager apologized but it was like a twilight zone experience. It's too bad because it ended our evening on a sour note.
I went with friends for a drink. The bar had a beautiful view of the river. We were seated in comfortable conversation chairs right in front of the windows. The staff were friendly and knowledgeable about the drink menu. I'd love to go back and sample the bar menu. It looked delicious.
No draft beer, only bottles :(. Cocktails were pricey, but delicious. One was served in a glass with cherry wood smoke sitting on top of the whiskey drink. Fancy! Had another cocktail that was hot tea, gin, and fruit. Super delicious, never had something like that before. The lounge has a nice view of the Chicago river with floor to ceiling windows.
This was my first visit. I wanted to share a special birthday experience for my daughter.
I thought we were going to have dinner on the 16th floor. When we got there they informed us that the 16th floor was closed. This mezzanine area was a huge disappointment. I will never attend again.
Been there many many times. This time disappointed that we were seated at the worst seat available. Wanted to transfer seats but told all available seats are reserved. Only to find out 1 hour later that those seats are still unoccupied. The hostess could have been more accommodating..