The signature Chicago craft brews from Goose Island beer are set to go nationwide.
The best pool halls in Chicago have a relaxed and casual atmosphere that lets you shoot some pool solo or with a group of friends. Check out these five affordable spots that you can play pool for fun or competition.
Brewing beer at home is perfectly legal, but state officials are issuing a reminder that offering homebrew at a public event is not.
Have you been rocking out into a hairbrush in front of the bathroom mirror for as long as you can remember? Working hard on your stage presence in private? Take your passions out in to the open and perform with a live band.
Starbucks has selected the first Chicago-area store to offer an expanded menu that includes beer and wine. CBS 2′s Marissa Bailey was at the grand opening.
Get ready to party during Pride Weekend in Chicago. Who says you need to turn in early during Pride Weekend? Check out these nightclubs and bars to keep partying into the early hours.
Looking for great food and drinks to enjoy alongside the company of like-minded, free-thinkers such as yourself? Then look no further than this list of awesome haunts to enjoy just that.
There’s really no good way to set up a Tracy McGrady Chinese beer commercial.
Trying to pick the ideal place to watch the NBA finals in Chicago just got a little easier, because all these bars offer a friendly atmosphere, an abundance of televisions to watch the game on, and a wide selection of beer.
Tipplers, sots, souses, and dipsomaniacs of the city: your time has come. Chicago Craft Beer Week is here, let’s enjoy it to the max!
Looking to get your rumba, salsa, or tango on? Chicago is no stranger to great live Latin music. Be sure to check out any of the following Chicago venues; they all offer the chance to enjoy free live music in a casual atmosphere. Brush up on Latin moves, put your dancing shoes on and go check out one of these local hotspots.
Watch UFC fights on big screen televisions while enjoying beer and food at any of these local bars in Chicago.
Old-school establishments are some of my favorite city nightspots. While I’m no stranger to many of the newer bars lining Chicago streets, it’s the atmosphere of the city’s older watering holes that piques my interest. Before you belly up to the local bar, take a peek at what’s on tap at several longstanding Chicago bars.
When a friend asked me if I wanted to play a “real-life” version of Clue, I jumped at the chance. A dinner party that combines the board-game-setting with being a real-life sleuth sounded like a great solution for this grown up gamer.
You can smell the smoker used at Barn & Company, a BBQ bar, a block away. The atmosphere is overwhelmingly fun! The layout is as big as a barn, the lighting is warehouse-bright, and the wood walls are adorned with pigs…
One reason I love Chicago so much is that a night out means endless possibilities. From doughnut shops to wine bars and comedy venues, I make a point to try as many spots as I can, while still watching my wallet. Take a look at my quest to hit the streets for good food and fun for under $30!
Are you wishing you could spend the Holidays in a quaint German village? Then look no further than Chicago’s Christkindlmarket!
Starbucks now wants to be your first stop on the way home from work for happy hour.
Here are a few of the city’s greatest bars and former speakeasies that not even Prohibition could stop, open for business so you can wet your whistle – no password required.