Emerald Loop Bar & Grill - Loop
216 N Wabash Ave Chicago, IL 60601
Brought to you by the guys behind Vaughn's Pub and Mystic Celt , this pub is located in the historic 35 East Wacker Drive Building. Its prime Loop location makes it a destination for breakfast, lunch or dinner, so expect a mix of professionals, tourists, families and couples. Traditional Irish fare and grill favorites dot the menu, which also includes specialty martinis.
Jefferson Tap - Warehouse District
325 N Jefferson St Chicago, IL 60661
The Jefferson Tap is located in the Fulton River District just three blocks west of the Loop at the corner of Jefferson and Fulton. Their slogan, "Great food, great drinks, great atmosphere," is right on par with the experience enjoyed by its patrons. Classy, upscale, with reasonable pricing, The Jefferson Tap is one of the West Loop's best, neighborhood bar and restaurant.
839 West Fulton Chicago, IL
Located in the heart of Chicago’s Fulton Market District and converted from a meat-packing factory, the quarters are just as spectacular as the concept. With over 5,000 square feet adorned with a custom-built modular furniture system and environmental video and lighting designs, LUMEN creates a virtual indulgence for the eyes. Seducing with a complete mixed media environment, LUMEN’s custom built furniture system and enveloping video and lighting designs will immerse patrons in a flowing, radiant interior landscape. From fashion shows to film screenings to world-renowned DJs spinning regularly, LUMEN bridges the gap between today’s standard lounge and a futuristic nightspot.
411 S. Wells, Chicago, IL 60607
Potter's Lounge - Loop
Palmer House Hilton, 17 E. Monroe St., Chicago, IL 60603
Apart of the legendary Palmer House Hotel in Chicago's Loop District, Potter's Lounge is a high class establishment with style for miles. Unique decor and premium drinks can be found throughout this newly renovated lounge.
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Rednofive - Warehouse District
440 N Halsted St Chicago, IL 60622
Rednofive offers its guests a spacious, sprawling floor plan, filled with plenty of booths and other nooks to post up at. The upstairs, with its high ceilings and chandalliers, make for a perfect gathering. Head downstairs, and you'll find couches, booths, and plenty of bars to satisfy even the largest of groups. Open till 4-5am and with rotating DJ's, "Redno" has everything you are looking for in a nightclub.
1935 N Sedgwick St Chicago, IL 60614
The Mid (West Loop)
306 N. Halstead Avenue, Chicago, IL 60661
Meet The Mid, located in Chicago%u2018s meatpacking district in the West Loop, it meets somewhere in the middle of the city between Chicago%u2018s downtown and the neighborhoods within the city; somewhere in the middle of a live music venue and an upscale nightclub. The Mid seems to be in tune with live music and nightlife to give music lovers the ultimate concert experience. The 801-person venue is located at 306 N. Halsted. Outside the doors of the club, the great views of the downtown skyline remind you of the wonderful city of Chicago. Inside The Mid, you will find three full service bars, ample room for dancing, cozy booths and table seating, and a VIP room equipped with its own bar and DJ booth. With the second floor balcony and seating, there is not a bad seat in the house, and the dual-floor bathrooms that are bigger than some apartments. Simple modern touches like exposed brick and dark wood floors make the place look rich yet relaxed. All of these elements keep with the venue%u2019s direction to pave the way for music-centric clubs in Chicago.
Union Park - West Town/ West Loop
228 S. Racine Ave. Chicago, IL 60607
With its bright-lights marquee and affordable menu, Union Park attracts a crowd of young professionals looking for a much-needed place to kick back amidst the West Loop scene (which used to be called Union Park). Billing itself as an upscale sports lounge, this bar-restaurant comes from the group behind Grand Central, Bar Celona and SoPo. The decor's a throwback to old-school Chicago with its classic white-tiled columns, marble bar and Tiffany-esque light fixtures, but the 15 plasma screen TVs bring you back to the present. The martini list offers classic choices and the Union Blue (Skyy citrus, blue curacau and citrus juices) for a mere $6, and bottled and draft beers run $3-$4. You can also grab some sangria by the glass or pitcher. Looking for a late-night nosh? A full menu's available 'til midnight, but you can order lighter fare 'til close. Choose from a selection of paninis or bar food with a flair, such as zucchini corn quesadillas, spinach portabella artichoke dip or park ribs.