600 North Milwaukee Avenue, Prospect Heights, IL, US, 60070
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Close Up 2 is a jazz club-cum-bar, that is an ideal venue for jazz lovers. Located across Clark Street, it features a resident band as well as invites guests performers to entertain patrons. Stylish and modern decor perfectly befits uber-cool and hip patrons. Cool cocktails and other variety of drinks, ideally complement the casual mood of its guests. While you are in Chicago, do drop-in at Close Up 2 and enjoy good music coupled with great drinks.
South Loop Club is popular with quite a few different crowds, including Columbia College students. There are ten types of beer on tap and a huge number in bottles. The menu offers burgers, pizza and an assortment of other bar-type fare. The décor is sports-everything, including pennants, banners, T-shirts, helmets and every other form of paraphernelia you can dream up.
Buddy Guy, the guru of the electric guitar, is also the owner of this groovy club. Buddy Guy's Legends recreates the grungy feel of blues dives during the days when blues was just becoming popular. A favorite part of this bar is the hall of fame, a wall that has some of the greatest musical mementos in the city, like Grammy Awards of Muddy Waters and Buddy Guy as well as the greatest of all mementos, the collection of guitars belonging to BB King and John Lee Hooker. Therefore, this joint is much more than just a place to hang out and drink, it is a way of life, surrounded by the sweet sound of the blues and jazz. So if you're into music then this may just become your favorite watering hole!
Chicago's old Narcisse bar has been reinvented by the trendy and fashionable Rockwell Lounge, which sports a hip catwalk and multiple poles for its diverse crowd. Knowledgeable DJs incorporate creative props and bartenders have been known to overtake the dance platforms. Be prepared to shell out for the full experience, though. Take advantage of valet parking and enjoy the funky rock vibe.
If you're looking for a bit of LA in Chicago, then this trendy club is the place to get down and get dirty. Located at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, it's as downtown as you can get. As you enter, you will be plunged into a technological fantasy with eight plasma screens that show over 7,000 music videos in a night. Leap onto the dance floor, which is illuminated by a huge glass globe, spurting out rays of light. Each weekend, the club opens its doors to fashion shows and local celebrities and they don't close till 5a, so you can get down to it into the wee hours!
House of Blues, famous at its many locations around the globe, loses none of the glamor and glitz of its "faux dive" specialty here! Outsider art hangs all over the place from floor to ceiling, and you get the feeling of being in a perverted opera house. Seating more than 1,500 people, HOB lets visitors catch a concert while snacking on such menu selections as "The Elwood" (blackened chicken sandwich with chili garlic mayonnaise, green chilies and sour cream served with seasoned french fries). There is live music seven nights a week, with cover charges varying. Music styles are not limited to blues—jazz, rock and such favorite bands as Duran Duran and Styx are also featured. You must make a reservation ahead of time.
The Back Porch Stage at the House of Blues is the place to enjoy live music accompanied by some tasty food and great drinks! The crowd goes wild as the bands play the latest hits. Bright lights, youthful music and a lot wine and beer make this one of the best places to chill out! The late light menu offers Chicago-styled sliders with American cheese, pickles and tartar sauce. You can also try the tasty Dungeness Crab Dip and Pizzas—the club's specialty is the brick oven roasted pizzas with pepperoni, marinara and a lot of Mozzarella Cheese!
This classy nightspot, owned by Marc Bortz, will amaze visitors with its computer-generated lighting and high profile presentation. With wooden accents and marble floors, the atmosphere here at Cabaret is one of sophistication and class. The VIP rooms are popular with guests for the excellent treatment and the impeccable service of the hosts.
French for "Red Apple," this bar has a certain "je ne sais quoi". The bar has a turn-of-the-century vibe with bits of Baroque, Art Nouveau, and Victorian flair interspersed. Most of the original pieces are mirrors, stools, paintings, and other items that really give you the feeling of having been transported back in time. Its a fairly large venue with three rooms that are available for private parties. They also hold regularly scheduled events such as intellectual readings and performances.
Howl was founded in 1990 with the concept of a bar centered around dueling pianos. The stage has two baby grand pianos that are played by the best regional talent available. The show features two pianists ("ringmasters") at a time that play for an hour, then are joined by two more pianists for a couple "four-way" songs. The new pianists then take over for the next hour and the cycle of sing-along fun begins again. They also feature "showtime" that includes all Howl employees and patrons in choreographed routines to well-known songs and jingles.
Sometimes you want to spend your night out in elegance and class. If you're in Chicago, the NV Penthouse will have you feeling like an A-list celebrity in no time. If you're feeling a little nervous about getting on the dance floor, the 2 for 1 drink specials will have you on your feet in no time! So sit back, relax, and let the rest of your night go by in luxury.