The Institute collects and preserves historic works (over 300,000!) since its founding as both a museum and a school in 1879. It was also the year that Chicago was being rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1971.
Not for the faint heared, this pulsating night club has a mid-’80s vibe with German new-wave music. A quirky, award winning club, this gay and goth friendly spot blends modern electro with retro, with plenty of celebrity nights.
A steakhouse frequented by celebrities such as Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Jimmy Butler when he was on the Bulls "basically lived here." Classy atmosphere, and a full menu at the bar too, which is always a sumptuous option
With a discrete entrance, it is like a speakeasy on the outside and lively French bistro inside with a romantic, candlelit, mirror fenced vibe, serving champagne focused drinks with staple bistro bites.
Modeled after the underground military bunker, this club was named “Chicago Hotspot” by US Weekly and “Best in the US” by Nightclub & Bar Magazine. It hosts a plethora of shows, parties, celebrity and personal events.