If you’re looking for some history with your pint of beer, then give these historically significant bars in Chicago a look.
Looking to refresh your music playlist? Make the most of your short Midwestern summer and check out these up-and-coming musicians, home-grown in the heartland.
Experience the best, and most unique, cocktails in the city at these mixologist bars.
Breeze into these tropical cocktail venues for a taste of the islands while we pretend Lake Michigan is the Pacific. Huli pau!
Finding the perfect spot to have a drink with Dad on Father’s Day is easy when in Chicago, the best places to go with Dad are listed below.
Get your friends and keep the party going at these Chicago bars during LGBT Pride Month.
Cheer on the US Women’s team during the World Cup at these five soccer bars.
With warm weather finally here, it’s time to get out and dine and drink alfresco. The next time you want a drink on the patio, keep these Chicago bars in mind.
Enjoy the summer with the best beer gardens in all of Chicago.
When you want a day trip for a change of scenery and great craft beer, head to any of these nearby breweries so that your pint runneth over with pleasure.
Are you still preparing the same old margaritas with a store bought bottled mix? It’s time to elevate your repertoire.
Say “Si” to a grande Cinco de Mayo night at any of these Chicago suggestions.
These are the best karaoke spots in Chicago. Some might say one person can’t make an objective list of the best anything. Those people are wrong.
Alcohol is legal and advertising rampant, so secret drinking joints are really a relic of Prohibition, but there are a few spots, subterranean and a little hard to locate, that can take you back to the days of the speakeasy.
Make your own kind of music in any of these venues that welcome the community with open arms.
Receiving your annual tax refund is often a highly anticipated event. Why not reward yourself with a celebratory drink in Chicago?
Get yourself out for any of these Monday night specials that will assuage the stifling normality of weekdays and bring, at least, an air of weekend fun.
Rainy days in Chicago can still yield some great fun with friends, especially if you’re thinking of checking out some local bars. Whether you’re looking to watch the game on the big screen or just some comfort food to keep away the cold, Chicago offers some bars that will help keep away the rainy day blues.
Chicago is a baseball city with fierce fans on the side of either the Sox or the Cubs. Regardless of who you’re rooting for, there is a baseball bar in Chicago that will suit your tastes.
Watch the games during March Madness at these Chicago bars.
CHICAGO, IL – TUESDAY, MAY 28, 2013: The Rolling Stones perform live at the United Center in Chicago, IL.
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