Chicagoans who suffer the chills of “second city syndrome” should feel the warm & fuzzies this June, as we become top dog on the American comedy scene. How so, you may ask? Well for the fourth year in a row, Chicago will host the largest comedy festival in the United States, a multi-venue, multi-talent laugh-fest that spans the city and pulls the country’s hottest comedians in from the comfy coasts to their faithful city of stand-up destiny, Chicago.
Chicago’s northwest side is home to a small bar with one of the biggest line-ups for the way underager’s and their parents. Every weekend, the booster seats go on the bar stools and families come by to rock together. Beat Kitchen has excellent food on funky menus, sandwiched between vintage record album covers…
Knit snowflakes, wool ornaments and a snowman made of yarn – sounds like an ugly Christmas sweater. This year, there’s no shortage of events and pub crawls to show off your fleece finest.
The season of day-drinking is upon us and Chicagoans couldn’t be more ready to enjoy our Sundays in style. The quaint neighborhood of Roscoe Village offers a perfect lineup of places to visit on a lazy Sunday afternoon.