During Prohibition, the Colony Arcade Building was part hat factory, part tea salon. Today, as the Refinery Hotel, it’s just as charmingly weird, and home to two bars. The Refinery Rooftop—accessible by elevator, with rigmarole—has a stunningly gorgeous view of the Empire State Building. There’s a retractable glass ceiling, a fireplace, high tables and low couches, tiered plates of food, and a menu of Bites, Dips, Flats, Crispies, and Balls. One evening, hotel guests posed for pictures holding flutes of champagne, and noisy young professionals drank sauvignon blanc. “It feels like a wedding venue in Chicago,” a woman said. Downstairs, hidden behind velvet curtains, is Winnie’s Lobby Bar, the tea salon to the rooftop’s hat factory.
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