Not to be confused with Light on Racine, the Light Club situated in the O’Hare Hilton is the last of the original 20s-era speakeasies that inspired the old Playboy Clubs. The waitstaff consists of lovely and charming can-can girls dressed in corsets, tassels and fishnet
160 Piano & Cabaret opened in 2006 after a major face lift. It served previously as Annex 3, once a famous stomping ground for gay athletes. Long-time owner Jim Flint felt the bar needed to be revamped, renamed and, although it remains a gay bar,
Hamburger Mary’s Rec Room is a place that lets patrons enjoy all the perks that Hamburger Mary’s restaurant has to offer but in a sports bar setting. Located in the heart of Chicago’s far north Andersonville neighborhood, the Rec Room is another addition to the
For everyone, there comes a time when you graduate from 25¢ wing night, beer pong and „speed mating,” and start looking for more sophisticated nightlife options. To further your studies, you could pay a visit to a European-style taverna, a trendy gastropub and a chic
The son of a Louisiana sharecropper, legendary bluesman and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee George „Buddy” Guy first arrived in Chicago in 1957, penniless and hungry, but he impressed Muddy Waters and started playing in his band. In the 1970s, Buddy kept his