Bottom Lounge is a music venue. Bottom Lounge is a restaurant and bar that specializes in American fare, craft beers and small batch whiskey. Bottom Lounge is an event space available for corporate movies, private parties and weddings. Bottom Lounge is a great time.
Our restaurant is open Wednesday-Sunday. The restaurant is only open on Mondays and Tuesdays for all confirmed performances in the music room and Blackhawks home games.
Standing proudly at the heart of Chicago's trendy West Loop meatpacking district, Packing House brings sophistication to the things that give us comfort. The Packing House focus is on making both diners and drinkers feel at home with a gourmet spin on American classic dishes, and an ever-changing selection of beers and spirits from local breweries and distilleries. From our signature Southern Fried Chicken and House-Smoked Ribs, to the tantalizing Beef Brisket Sliders and Crab Spaghettini, there's always a new take on an old favorite. To wash it all down, our full-service, standalone bar offers a selection of craft beers from around the country, and a bevy of delicious signature cocktails. From after-work cocktails to Sunday brunch, game day to date night, Packing House brings everyone back to their comfort zone.
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Stop in this West Loop saloon for a cold beer and a Southern-tinged eats. A fieldstone-lined fireplace, wood-paneled walls and tables fashioned from whiskey barrels all give a healthy nod toward the bar's country roots. It's named after The Legend of the CrossRoads, which tells the story of a Mississippi Delta blues man who sells his soul at midnight; in fact, you'll find the scene depicted in a mural behind the bar.
Take over the boxcar lounge for your private party or event. Going to see the Chicago Bulls, Chicago Blackhawks or another United Center event? Take the FREE shuttle to/from the venue!
Located in Chicago's West Loop and established in 1997, this privately owned and operated ice hockey rink began its commitment with a state-of-the-art facility, one of the finest in the country. The dedicated staff at Johnny's is continuously working to promote core hockey values, sportsmanship, integrity, team work and pure enjoyment of the game. Johnny's is home to 120 adult teams in nine divisions from Elite to beginner. In addition, Johnny's hosts and is founder of the Chicago Jets Youth Hockey Club. We are the home hockey rink for the St. Ignatius and Latin School high school teams as well as the practice rink for the Chicago Blackhawks. Johnny's IceHouse offers a wide variety of clinics and programs for male and female hockey players of all ages and skill levels. We also host a variety of youth & adult hockey tournaments throughout the year, including a 30 team youth Thanksgiving tournament, a 20 team youth Christmas tournament, and a 16 team Adult Memorial Day tournament. CAN/AM also hosts a yearly Adult Tournament on St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Our ice is tirelessly maintained, and our facilities are always kept clean.
On February 1st 2010 Johnny's IceHouse West opened its doors at 2550 W. Madison St. The garage, lobby, locker rooms, benches, and bar are all bigger at the West location. It's also the official practice facility of the Chicago Blackhawks. Programs are run out of both rinks and have allowed for extensive expansion of all league and programs.
Visit www.johnnysicehouse.com for more information on how you can get involved playing hockey in Chicago!
Wildly popular Bar Takito features contemporary Latin American cuisine, in a trend-setting atmosphere, located in the hot West Loop/Fulton Market District. Created by restaurateur Mario Ponce, Takito Kitchen (Wicker Park)
G & O is a casual bar and grill brought to you by the team behind The Aberdeen Tap. We offer an approachable environment to come enjoy some of our house crafted cocktails, craft beers, and fine wines. A casual yet sexy space that works well for date night also accommodates groups of friends out to have a good time. The food offered is considered "upscale bar food" meant for sharing but you can also order a burger just for yourself as well :) Located near The United Center at the intersection of Grand and Ogden, It's a great place to also stop off before or after any of the big events that regularly take place there. Brunch is also offered on Saturdays and Sundays between 11:00am and 3:00pm.
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Our famous beer began with a trip across Europe, when Goose Island founder (and unabashed beer lover) John Hall took a tour across the continent. Pint by pint, he savored the styles and selections of brews in every region, and thought to himself, “America deserves some damn fine beer like this, too.”
Craft brewing wasn’t widely known at the time, but upon return from his European sojourn, John set out to change all that. He settled down in his hometown of Chicago—a city perfect for craft beer, with rapidly evolving tastes and the largest system of fresh water on the planet. And then he got to brewing.
First he made some stellar beer. Then he invited his consumers in to watch his process at the brewery, bringing them behind the scenes every step of the way. The result was a new fascination with craft brewing, and beer that not only catered to people’s tastes, but challenged them as well.
That was back in 1988, and we haven’t slowed down since. By 1995, John’s beer had become so popular that he decided to open a larger brewery, along with a bottling plant to keep up with demand. 1999 brought even more growth, along with an additional brewpub, and today, what was once one man’s pint-filled dream has become the Goose Island empire you know and love.
WAC anchors the West Loop neighborhood at the corner of Randolph and Ogden. This 32,000-square-foot facility features a full schedule of classes, brand new cardio and weight equipment on an airy second floor, a five-lane 25-meter pool, comfortable locker rooms with steam and sauna, and much more!
Alice Padrul was born in Moscow, Russia, where she began her formal education in fashion design. She was exposed to classical art instruction in drawing, painting, art history and historical costume design. After graduating from Moscow Textile Institute and relocating to Chicago she enrolled at the School of the Art Institute Chicago in 1978, where she continued her studies in fashion design and received her degree. After working with several leading designers, Alice opened her own company in 1983, which was dedicated to special occasion gowns. At this time Alice's designs were selling to five major department stores and three hundred specialty stores throughout the world. High praise and consistent recognition led her to the World Trade Fashion Fair in 1990 in Osaka, Japan, where she presented her line.
Several years ago, Alice naturally transitioned from special occasion designs to bridal couture exclusively. She created her signature bridal collection and in fall of 2004 Alice launched her bridal couture line. The highest standards of workmanship, a unique style and attention to detail have made her line successful. The press absolutely loves Alice Padrul and featured her designs on a covers of Brides magazine. Highly publicized and admired, she has editorials in Elegant Bride, Modern Bride and InStyle magazines. Her line is available at select bridal salons in United States and in Europe.
Looking for the space to see and work with brides, Alice opened Bridal Studio- Boutique in Chicago, in a West Loop. Each dress is designed by Alice Padrul and hand-crafted by her expert staff in Chicago studio. Alice oversees the production of every gown down to its ornate detail.