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Illinois Private Rental Venue

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Alhambra Palace Restaurant

1240 W Randolph, Chicago Illinois United States
312.666.9555

Alhambra Palace Restaurant Welcome to the magical world of Alhambra Palace Restaurant, a feast for the eyes as well as the palate. Alhambra, Arabic for the color Red, consists of seven exquisite rooms, including V.I.P. areas and banquet halls. Alhambra is the perfect venue for everything from happy hour to a romantic date or a fun-filled [more]

Public House

400 N State, Chicago Illinois United States
312-265-1240

Located at the corner of State & Kinzie, beer aficionados pledge their allegiance to Public House, a 10,000 square foot beer-lovers paradise featuring beloved American, smokehouse fare with an upscale twist, unprecedented multimedia capabilities and mouth-watering libations. HIGHLIGHTS: Public House is home to one of the most extensive and [more]

Joe’s Bar

940 W. Weed Street, Chicago Illinois United States
312-337-3486

Joe's Sports Bar Joe's is a 20,000 square foot warehouse-style venue located near Lincoln Park in Chicago. Joe's specializes in sports, live music and private parties. Joe's features five party rooms including a large outdoor patio. Each room offers its own unique environment. JOE'S IS A 21 AND OLDER VENUE.  You must be 21+ [more]

Hopleaf Bar

5148 N. Clark St., Chicago Illinois United States
773-334-9851

Hopleaf Bar Chicago is famed for its neighborhood street corner bars. Improving on the standard, the Hopleaf Bar in the North Side Andersonville area takes the classic tavern global by specializing in beers from around the world. The suds-loving countries of Belgium, Germany and Britain get special attention on the lengthy [more]

Vic Theatre

3145 North Sheffield, Chicago Illinois United States
(773) 472-0449

Vic Theatre Vic Theatre, designed by architect John E.O. Pridmore, opened in 1912 as the Victoria Theatre. It took three years to build the luxurious five-story vaudeville house. The lobby floor and staircases are still Italian marble, and the interior still has most of the original ornate wall sculptures. The acoustics are near perfect, and [more]