The original John Barleycorn, which opened nearly 50 years ago at 658 W. Belden Avenue, has become a Chicago classic. From its debut as a neighborhood haunt featuring classical music and art slides to its current format as a sports-focused neighborhood bar and restaurant, the core of the concept remains the same: quality food at reasonable prices, a full-service bar with a stellar beer list and an eclectic interior which is both welcoming and comfortable.More...
Bin 36 Chicago
The Bin is a thriving, one-stop destination for young professionals, area business people and Chicago visitors. Anyone seeking everything from cappuccinos and pastries to a quick lunch, an after-work social scene, or full-service, casual fine dining as well as convenient shopping for wines, books and gifts.More...
BOARD ROOM was designed and built to allow our clients to focus solely on having a good time without concern for the headaches often associated with a night out. Our superior Funktion-One sound and lighting systems, professionally trained staff catering to every need, and the best entertainment from around the world frees them to do one thing: have fun.
C-View--the Lounge on the Rooftop of the MileNorth Chicago Hotel's 29th floor--offers incredible views of the Chicago Skyline. Enclosed by a high wall of glass, C-View allows you to take in the nearby Hancock Building as well as the Sears Tower, Michigan Avenue and more. A "living wall" of greenery and flowers adds an urban-oasis feel to the luxe outdoor terrace with lounge seating and a high communal table; the indoor bar boasts a chill and sophisticated scene with more views and a bit more seating. Look for a compact menu of choices such as Yellowtail Tacos, a Lobster Club Sandwich and an Angus Burger with fries and house-made ketchup, plus a premium cocktail list and wine offerings.
CH Distillery was born from a love of drinking great spirits and the science of making them. CH stands for Carbon and Hydrogen, the fundamental compounds in alcohol. CH also stands for Chicago. We’re Chicagoans. We live here. We work here. We drink here. We believe that quality comes from hard work. We're not interested in taking the easy way by re-distilling somebody else's neutral grain spirits. We make our spirits from scratch in our state-of-the-art distillery in the West Loop. We support the local community, using grains grown and harvested right here in Illinois. We believe in the right tool for the job so we invested in the finest distillation equipment money can buy.
Evil Olive has been the destination for late night dancing since 2007. They have a huge dance floor, two levels, four bars and a DJ booth in the center of the floor.
The original John Barleycorn, which opened nearly 50 years ago at 658 W. Belden Avenue, has become a Chicago classic. From its debut as a neighborhood haunt featuring classical music and art slides to its current format as a sports-focused neighborhood bar and restaurant, the core of the concept remains the same: quality food at reasonable prices, a full-service bar with a stellar beer list and an eclectic interior which is both welcoming and comfortable.
Primary is opened Tuesday through Saturday and features Chicago’s top DJ’s, in addition to premier talent from around the nation and globe.
REGGIES brings a music fan’s ultimate dream to reality with a terrific bar and grill, kickin’ rock club, and a music lover’s record store - all under one roof!
A suburban entertainment complex with a spacious outdoor patio and abundant parking, The Cubby Bear North, is a restaurant venue serving lunch and dinner seven days a week while offering weekly live entertainment. Featuring national acts as well as home-grown talent with a full concert sound-system, The Cubby Bear North provides excellent food and fun for the family and more
Meet The Mid, located in Chicago's meatpacking district in the West Loop, it meets somewhere in the middle of the city between Chicago's downtown and the neighborhoods within the city; somewhere in the middle of a live music venue and an upscale nightclub. The Mid seems to be in tune with live music and nightlife to give music lovers the ultimate concert experience.
The 801-person venue is located at 306 N. Halsted. Outside the doors of the club, the great views of the downtown skyline remind you of the wonderful city of Chicago. Inside The Mid, you will find three full service bars, ample room for dancing, cozy booths and table seating, and a VIP room equipped with its own bar and DJ booth. With the second floor balcony and seating, there is not a bad seat in the house, and the dual-floor bathrooms that are bigger than some apartments. Simple modern touches like exposed brick and dark wood floors make the place look rich yet relaxed. All of these elements keep with the venue's direction to pave the way for music-centric clubs in Chicago.
Blonde wood, high ceilings, exposed brick walls and a fireplace give this hangout a cozy vibe. Young professionals from the neighborhood enjoy drinks, dine at tables in the front room, which spills into the adjacent bar area and onto the patio.
Very cool place, cool location,with excellent wine values, great cheeses and cured meats--just a great place to go with friends or clients--knowledgeable staff adds to enjoyment--try the KickAss BLT's--wow!
The Bin is a thriving, one-stop destination for young professionals, area business people and Chicago visitors. Anyone seeking everything from cappuccinos and pastries to a quick lunch, an after-work social scene, or full-service, casual fine dining as well as convenient shopping for wines, books and gifts.
The Cubby Bear, formally known as Cubs Pub and Cubs Grill, opened in 1953. It's one of the most famous landmarks on Chicago's North Side.
Chicago’s premiere music venue, hosting live entertainment seven nights a week, in Wrigleyville. Featuring national acts and home-grown, local talent in a professional arena boasting a retractable stage, state-of-the-art lighting and a full concert sound-system, The Cubby Bear provides a first-class atmosphere rivaling any comparable music venue in Chicago.
Downtown Entertainment’s Cuvée has made one of the most beautiful spaces in the city even more exquisite with its recent redecoration. Everywhere you look, there are subtle, yet striking revisions to the already impeccable design. Join Chicago’s elite while they sip from the extraordinary champagne list and take in the new, refreshed atmosphere that will envelop you in opulence.
The Hopleaf gets its name from a beer advertised outside taverns in Malta, the home country of proprietor. But the Hopleaf draws its inspiration, and its drafts, from Belgium.
Mother Too is a mega sports bar with enough screens - the big, flat kind and regular kind - to dazzle your eyeballs and overdose your senses with all sorts of games, including those all-girl soccer competitions played on sandy Florida beaches (we say no more). And all of this viewing comes with great food from burgers and fries to deliciously prepared Mexican dishes.
The Old Town Ale House was established in 1958 by a penurious entrepreneur named E.J. Vangelder. He got the idea for the bar from a San Francisco saloon called Vesuvios which was located in North Beach. Vangelder was good at building bars and hiring bartenders. He was bad at customer relations and eventually sold the bar to a poor slob name Joe Diaz. Diaz immediately ran the bar into the ground and sold it in 1970 to a bizarre group of Rush Street eccentrics, one of whom was my friend, Art Klug. (There is a lot more to this story, which means that you have to drop in for a visit.)
Owen & Engine is based on a simple idea of offering rustic British-inspired comfort food with real ales and a carefully crafted beverage program. Trends are unimportant; quality is key. Our meats come from animals humanely raised and without growth hormones or antibiotics. We purchase from the best farms and artisans, and the Haddock, for the fish and chips, is flown in daily from Georges Bank in the North Atlantic.
Rootstock Wine & Beer Bar is a labor of love from 3 former Webster Wine Bar employees who decided to open a small space in Humboldt Park. Our focus is on wine and beer of small production with an emphasis on sustainable farming practices. Chef Duncan Biddulph supports local farmers, hormone free meats and seasonal produce as often as possible.
Spin boasts a dynamic clientele mix. Whatever you're into, Spin's the spot for you. Whether you're gay, straight, not sure or just not saying, Spin offers a comfortable and friendly environment for everyone. There is something fun going on every night of the week.