You can't go wrong at this tiny, hidden venue where Chicago artists like Neko Case and Andrew Bird got their start. Rockilbilly, alt-country and other local bands take to the intimate stage nightly. Watch for Mark Bazer's Interview Show the first Friday of every month.
A unique, meat-based menu with gator ribs and llama meatballs (tastes like beef) pairs well with craft drafts and Virtue cider.
694 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago
Juicy provides a great environment for special occasions as well as a chill night out with friends. The servers are knowledeable and helpful, providing tips/recommendations. And…
640 W Hubbard St, Chicago
I've visited this place several times this year in 2008.....nice tables....sharp- shooting- friendlies- minus -action which will ask you for a game or two for fun....easy going…
1315 W North Ave, Chicago
My boyfriend would never let me hang out here, but we're lucky enough to live in a city where bars like Exit exist.
770 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago
Whether early morning for Bloodys or late night mojitos, Marchbox is an off-the-beaten path gem satisfying all of your imbibing whims.
440 North Halsted St., Chicago
The SceneMoving the booth to the center of the room, resident DJ Christopher Robin spins en-trance-ing grooves for Friday night's "Soma." The Concept? Soma was the drug in Aldous…
440 N Aberdeen St, Chicago
In ShortThis strip of Hubbard in the West Loop is already a mysterious, abandoned sort of place, so it's no real surprise that the local bar would amplify the vibe. Decor is…
695 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago
Went Sunday right as brunch was ending. was told could still order from brunch menu. out of chicken (for chicken & waffles). my friends both ordered burgers. waitress asked how…
1374 W Grand Ave, Chicago
The food was good, fairly expensive, some of our silverware was dirty and the staff is very snotty & rude. A group of us went so that 2 of us could redeem our Internet coupons. The…
832 N Greenview Avenue, Chicago
Overheard the owner saying both anti-gay and anti-semitic statements while talking with patrons. "I don't mind gay people as long as they put em somewhere else to live", discussing…
Hideout. Hidden in an industrial complex, the Hideout is in a class of its own. It's dive, but then again, it's not. The stage is great for music and talk shows. It's small, intimate but also the most friendly places you can go. Music fans love the Hideout. Literature fans love the Hideout. This place is just special and definite a must visit for all Chicagoans & Nerdfighters.… read more
Chicago Sport & Social Club. Chicago Sport and Social is an institution in Chicago. It's a rite of passage for all Chicago 20-somethings to join a baseball, softball or kickball league for the summer, meet someone of the opposite sex and get drunk at a bar after the game. You have to do it once. … read more