As Velicity Metropolis, the boisterous blonde drag queen and host of Hamburger Mary’s weekly Bingo, will be sure to tell you, this really isn’t your grandma’s church basement Bingo.
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Do like we did and post up at a table with some good friends, good beer, and watch as the graphic wall art turns funnier with each drink you put down.
Located next to the Cadillac Palace Theatre, Encore Liquid Lounge is great place for theatergoers to grab some pre or post show cocktails.
With a focus on local farming, sustainability, and small-batch craft beers and wines, this Humboldt Park locale is a welcome retreat for the west side.
The perfect place to down a pint and enjoy some real futball.
I can think of no better name for this pub and restaurant, as it features some of the best sausages the city has to offer along with 30 draft beers any make-up of taste buds would find appealing.
Don’t let the exterior of this little Wicker Park bar discourage you. Inside you’ll find a collection of friendly faces, cheap beer, and good music.
Happy Happy, Joy, Joy: Innjoy Makes You Feel Good Inside!
Rooftop drinking just feels different than being on a regular patio. You’ve got a different view of the skyline and the sun feels that much stronger. So if you’re looking to elevate your level of drinking this summer, here are our picks for best rooftop bars.
A converted photography studio, this new River North bottle service lounge is the place to see and be seen in Chicago. Not to mention they have a retractable roof!
Reggie’s has earned its fame as the mid-sized venue go-to for touring punk and metal acts to stop by, but don’t be surprised to find more and more hip-hop, acoustic and even stand-up comedy acts.
The Moth Story Slam happens at Martyrs’ Bar in Chicago on the last Tuesday of every month. Ten brave souls who have dropped their names in a hat at the door, are chosen to come on stage to deliver a 5 minute story.
Another bar from the Casey Moran crew (Kelsey’s, Kincades, Twisted Lizard, O’Donovan’s), Kendall’s is a staple on the strip of Lincoln Avenue bars that seem constantly packed with young 20-somethings looking for a good deal and a place to catch the game.
Good food and beer specials, a rowdy crowd, and karaoke & trivia nights. What more could you want in a Lincoln Park bar?