The Catalina Club, located behind home plate in the upper concourse of Wrigley Field, is a nautical-influenced environment. It derives its name from Catalina Island, which was the Chicago Cubs’ spring training home from 1921 to 1951.
The indoor-outdoor Catalina Club at Wrigley Field delivers panoramic views of downtown Chicago, Wrigleyville, and Lake Michigan, which provided the thematic inspiration for the club. As the story goes, the design team was in the space when a little sailboat on the lake drifted by in the background. That was the eureka moment when an empty room became the Catalina Club.
In terms of materiality, the space departs from the clubs situated downstairs. It creates its own sense of place with terracotta tiles on the floor and layers of hand-painted glazed tiles reminiscent of a Catalina Island residence or hotel.
Menus will feature small plates, California wines, and tequila mezcal flavors for when the sun goes over the yardarm.
REGISTER NOW for ALSD 2019. Attendees of the 29th Annual ALSD Conference and Tradeshow will be treated to a reception at Wrigley Field and a tour of its four new premium clubs and renovated suites.