One of The Most Spacious Chicago Sports Bars Opens By UIC

If you want to chill on sleek black couches and take in 40 beers on tap or seasonal cocktails with front row viewing of your favorite sports game, then I invite you to Bracket Room, a new restaurant and bar located on 1315 S. Halsted St. by UIC. One of Chicago’s most spacisous sports bars recently opened at the end of summer and is catering … Continue reading One of The Most Spacious Chicago Sports Bars Opens By UIC

There is Lower Cost Transportation Options Than Rideshare for a Night Out

Planning a night out can be the worst. Everyone shows up at different times and wants to try out a dance bar or a Tiki bar or do a taco crawl. The more people involved – the more opinions. And since a night out in Chicago usually involves a few rounds of drinks, finding a designated driver or making sure all your girlfriends get home … Continue reading There is Lower Cost Transportation Options Than Rideshare for a Night Out

When is the Super Bowl? I’m Not Single.

“I’ve been putting myself out there,” I told my friend “I’ve been going to dinner parties and museums, and I have only met gay guys,” I went on. “That’s because straight men don’t want to comment on centerpieces. Single men go to concerts and sports bars,” she divulged. “Oh, I don’t go to any of those,” I sighed. —- Super Bowl 50 Details: We’ve concluded … Continue reading When is the Super Bowl? I’m Not Single.

Beginner’s Guide To Chicago Restaurant Week 2016

Do you smell that? Chicago Restaurant Week starts January 22, 2016 and there’s a lot on the menu. The concept of Chicago Restaurant Week is simple and delicious. For nearly two weeks (January 22, 2016 – February 4, 2016), you can order special lunches and dinners at fixed prices from some of the best restaurants in Chicago from gourmet like Cochon Volant,  to everyday eateries including … Continue reading Beginner’s Guide To Chicago Restaurant Week 2016

Chicago New Year’s Eve Events for the Last Minute Party Animal

There’s nothing more exciting than a good New Year’s Eve party in Chicago. Sparkles. Check. Ridiculous dress. Check. Champagne. Check. For the last-minute party animal that you are, below are a few places to drop down and get your eagle on for 2016. Chi Town Rising: Chicago is on the rise and as such, we have decided that 2016 is the year to have our … Continue reading Chicago New Year’s Eve Events for the Last Minute Party Animal

Chicago Zombie Pub Crawl Photo: Amanda Elliott

Fourth Annual Zombie Pub Crawl in Wicker Park

Outside looked like the end of the world, and for some it was at the Fourth Annual Zombies Vs. Vampires Crawl on Saturday, October 24, 2015 in Wicker Park. The pub crawl started at 2:00 pm, which was early. It was really early, especially for those who were still feeling the effects from last night. People came between 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm to check-in at Halloween … Continue reading Fourth Annual Zombie Pub Crawl in Wicker Park

Crispy Duck Wings at Yard House Chicago Photo: Amanda Elliott

Yard House Comes to Lincoln Park

There are exciting new businesses coming to Lincoln Park in the NewCity Plaza. One of them, just southeast of the North and Clybourn Redline Stop, is the national chain restaurant, Yard House (1500 N Clybourn Ave.). Yes, it has TV’s, lots of TV’s. Yes it has burgers and beer—lots of beer, 250-tap draft beer system. Beer selections aside, Yard House is one of the classiest … Continue reading Yard House Comes to Lincoln Park

Bin 36 Photo: Amanda Elliott

Wine Down Wednesday in the West Loop

To the trendy person you set out to be, happy wine and cheese day to you. Bin 36 Ambiance: Among the earthy tones, the layers of wine bottles, and the black framed landscapes, you feel that you have escaped to a vineyard. In April, Bin 36 (161 North Jefferson Street) joined the elite, al fresco, and elevated, yet reasonable eateries in the West Loop area. The … Continue reading Wine Down Wednesday in the West Loop