Keep it gay with these pride-friendly establishments and activities.
In every tip I write about Chicago's illustrious theatre scene, I say, "This is why I live in Chicago." Royal George is no exception and what makes it unique is that so much of its work is...HILARIOUS.
Musical Theatre Nights on Sunday and Monday. Need I say more? Yes, in fact, I will. The crowd flash dances choreography to classic showtunes. Un. Real.
Roscoe's is a Boystown staple, a beacon in the gay community, but it's good for everyone. Boys, girls, boys and girls, anyone!
The Center on Halsted is a LGBT center attached to the Whole Foods in Boystown. A wonderful concept that's great for the community.
Hydrate rhymes with gyrate. And there's a reason for this at this very sensual gay club.
If you're ever lucky enough to walk past Scarlet at 2pm on a Sunday, you'll enter the twilight zone and feel like you've regressed to last night (Saturday) at midnight.
Minibar is a great place to go for a happy hour with the girls, but you might want to leave before it literally becomes Boys Town. Brunches are good too.