Built in 1926, the Aragon quickly became Chicago's premiere place for live entertainment, hosting the like of Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller. Its unique architecture, design and ambiance continue to make it the ideal setting for concerts, dances, and world class boxing.
The Kitchen has been entertaining those in the know with a variety of live music, food, and beer since 1994. Today, some herald the it as one of the best live music venues in the city, rivaling the more popular Empty Bottle, nearby Elbo Room, and the Double Door.
Imagine yourself in an Edward Hopper painting, lounging in the yellow light, dangling a glass of red wine or a martini at your fingertips over a shiny diner tabletop. Take away the layer of sadness and eerie mystery that the images conjure, replace it with an air of theatricality and you have The Black Orchid Supper Club.
* There is no regular calendar, so call the club for information about upcoming events.
Gigantic amphitheater for outdoor concerts and events in Tinley Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Venue features both pavilion seating as well as lawn seating. Large parking areas surrounding the entire theater including handicap spots. Tickets for events at the Theatre are available through ticket-master, and the box office.
Both parts of the tavern tend to host a mix of locals from the Lakeview neighborhood and others from throughout the city who have come to check out the nightly jazz, rock or folk act. If you get hungry, you can sneak away to the adjoining Harmony Grill to sample their eclectic menu.