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The Hideout

1354 West Wabansia, Chicago, Illinois United States

773.227.4433

The Hideout The Hideout is a regular guy bar for irregular folks who just don’t fit in, or just don’t want to fit in. We didn’t choose the name; it has been called the Hideout since it opened (legally) in 1934. The Hideout is a 100 year old balloon-frame house, built in two days, still here a century later. [more]

Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel

221 N Columbus Dr,, Chicago, Illinois United States

Iconic. Stylish Sophisticated. Radisson Blu hotels and resorts has a portfolio of over 370 hotels worldwide in operation and development. First-class hotels in major cities, gateway airports and prime leisure destinations around the world, Radisson Blu boasts fashion inspired rooms, premiere meetings and events facilities, exclusive restaurants [more]

Chopin Theatre

1543 W Division, Chicago, Illinois United States

Chopin Theatre Chopin Theatre  is an independent arts center in the heart of Chicago’s artistic neighborhood, Wicker Park. Established in 1990, it has had over 7,000 presentations (5,000 theatrical, 900 film, 800 literary evenings and over 100 music, dance, visual arts and social events). Chopin Theatre has also produced over [more]

Jillys Piano Bar

1007 N. Rush Street, Chicago, Illinois (Gold Coast Old Town) United States

312 664 1001

Jilly’s Piano Bar (Celebrating 10 Years) 1007 N. Rush Street (Rush & Oak) Chicago, IL. 60611 Phone 312 664 1001 / Fax 312 664 0007 www.jillyschicago.com Managers: Scott Smith & Billy Arnott Hours: Sunday-Friday 5:00pm – 2:00am Saturday 5:00pm – 3:00am Bar Style: Cabaret, Cigar Bar, [more]

RiNo

343 W. Erie, Chicago, Illinois United States

(312) 587-3433

Rino RiNo, short for River North and pronounced like the animal, is poised to be one of the hottest lounges in town. Open from Tuesdays to Sunday (till 4am), the lounge will go through many different stages during the night. For the afterwork crowd, there are flat screen tvs showing sports. A little later in the evening, the velvet ropes go up, [more]

FLATS Studio No.1050

1050 W Wilson Ave., Chicago, Illinois United States

Curating Big Style in Smart Spaces with high quality, amenity rich, authentic environments at approachable rents, always. [more]

Bar Chicago

9 W. Division, Chicago, Illinois United States

312.654.1120

BAR Chicago Welcome to the home of the World Famous BAR Chicago, where the Jager flows freely and the party never ends!!! Often imitated, but never duplicated, BAR Chicago and its extreme staff excel at throwing the sickest party in the windy city. From the sexiest beertub girls to the hottest bartenders. Imagine New Years Eve, Mardi Gras, [more]

Genesee Theatre

203 N. Genesee St., Chicago, Illinois (Waukegan) United States

847.263.6300

Genesee Theatre The vision of three Waukegan men, A.L Brumund, H.C. Burnett and D.T. Webb, the Genesee Theatre was an impressive venue for its times. Using land purchased from the YMCA for $130,000 and enlisting the help of Chicago architect Edward Steinberg and Waukegan contractor Alva Weeks, the Genesee Theatre was constructed for around $1 [more]

Beverly Arts Center

2407 W. 111th St., Chicago, Illinois United States

773-445-3838

Beverly Arts Center The Beverly Arts Center is an independent, not-for-profit cultural and educational institution dedicated to enriching lives through the visual and performing arts. The Beverly Arts Center was founded in 1967 to provide educational and cultural enrichment to Beverly Hills/Morgan Park and surrounding [more]

Schubas Tavern

3159 N. Southport, Chicago, Illinois United States

773-525-2508

Schubas Tavern For over fifteen years Schubas has hosted some of music's greatest talents, from all genres of music. As Chicago's premiere small venue, its been lucky enough to be one of the first stops for some of today's most successful acts, including: Tori Amos, The Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Death Cab For Cutie, and My Morning [more]