1241 S Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60605-2408 (773) 269-6570
It's not an Art Class--It's an ART PARTY! Scratch the structure. Lose the lecture. Bottle & Bottega is all about friends, a canvas, and a bottle of wine. The only lesson to learn: You DO have an inner artist just waiting to be realized!
Arts and Entertainment Near Bottle & Bottega Chicago, IL (South Loop)
Travel around the world, go back in time, and discover things you never knew at The Field Museum! Whether you're a first-time guest or a frequent visitor, we're your home for endless adventures.
The Field Museum gratefully acknowledges the support of the Chicago Park District on behalf of the people of Chicago.
True Blues fans know - There is only one place in Chicago to experience the finest Blues seven nights a week, enjoy southern Cajun soul food, and behold a major archive of Blues memorabilia. That place is Buddy Guy's Legends at 700 S. Wabash! Voted "Best Blues Club" several times over by Living Blues Magazine, Citysearch, and AOL, Legends continues to be a mecca for the Blues. It is owned and operated by Buddy Guy and his family.
"THE South Loop Social Scene"
$5 Martini Monday | $8 Ciroc Tuesdays | $5 Don Julio Margaritas | $6 Grey Goose Thursday
No Cover Everyday
Watch the hottest games on flat screens
Enjoy Great Music, Atmosphere & More...
• Regular Building Hours, Monday – Saturday: The 1306 S. Michigan building (Dance Center) will be open from 7:00 AM-10:00 PM Mon.-Fri. and 8:00 AM -9:00 PM Saturdays. (The front desk will be staffed from 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Mon.; 8:00 AM-9:00 PM Tues.-Fri., and Noon-6:00 PM Saturdays.) The 916 S. Wabash building is open from 7:00 AM-11:00 PM Mon.-Fri., and 8:00 AM-6:00 PM on Saturdays.
• Sunday Hours: 1306 is CLOSED on Sundays; the 916 building will be open on Sundays from 12:00 – 5:00 PM through September 25, 2011. Starting October 2, Sunday hours are 10:00 AM-6:00 PM through the end of the semester (with the exception of Sunday, November 27, when we are closed for Thanksgiving break).
The Merle Reskin Theatre is a performing arts venue located in the Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois. Originally named the Blackstone Theatre and now named after Merle Reskin (née Muskal), it was founded in 1910. The Merle Reskin Theatre is now part of DePaul University, although it is still used for events not affiliated with the university. It serves as the home of the Chicago Playworks for Families and Young Audiences series produced by The Theatre School.The building was designed by Marshall and Fox and developed by Tracy C. Drake and John Drake of Drake Hotel fame on the former site of Timothy Blackstone's mansion. The theatre has a rich history of live performances that have traditionally been touring productions of hit and prize-winning shows.BuildingThe architects who designed the new theatre in 1910 were Benjamin Marshall and Charles Fox of the firm Marshall and Fox, who also designed the adjacent Blackstone Hotel in 1909. As with the hotel, the theatre took its name from Timothy Blackstone, whose mansion had previously occupied the site. The original address was on Hubbard Court, which was later renamed Seventh Street, and renamed once again to East Balbo Drive, the current name. The building is six stories tall and built in a French Renaissance style. Constructed only seven years after the Iroquois Theater Fire, the theater was required to be fireproof and the management claimed the auditorium could be cleared in three minutes. Seating capacity was 1,400 people until 1988, when renovations to reinstate the orchestra pit and to create seating for handicapped persons reduced the seat count to 1,325.
Agora Statues at Grant ParkDistance: 0.1 miCompetitive Analysis 1207 S Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60605
One Museum Park is a skyscraper in Chicago, United States. It was designed by Chicago-based architecture firm Pappageorge Haymes, Ltd. and is located in the Near South Side community area.OverviewOne Museum Park is the tallest building in the Central Station development, the tallest building on the south side of Chicago and the tallest in Chicago south of Van Buren Street. It is also the second tallest all-residential building in Chicago after the The Legacy at Millennium Park.Museum Park is a complex of multiple residential towers within the Central Station development at the southern edge of Grant Park, across Lake Shore Drive from Chicago's Museum Campus. Construction of One Museum Park was followed by the 54-story The Grant (formerly One Museum Park West), directly to the west at the corner of Roosevelt Road and Indiana Avenue.EducationThe building is zoned to schools in the Chicago Public Schools. South Loop Elementary School Phillips Academy High School
The Grant is the companion structure to One Museum Park in the Near South Side community area in Chicago, Illinois, USA. It is located at the north end of the Central Station development.OverviewMuseum Park is a complex of multiple residential towers within the Central Station development at the southern edge of Grant Park, across Lake Shore Drive from Chicago's Museum Campus. Construction of The Grant followed the 62-story One Museum Park, directly to the east. In 2006, the Prairie District Neighborhood Alliance, a non-profit organization was formed to provide representation for thousands of South Loop residents, including the Prairie District, Central Station and Museum Park, Motor Row, the South Michigan Ave Corridor, as well as other areas of the Near South Side.In July 2012, the building was acquired by New York-based Related Companies along with the former 1600 Museum Park and Museum Park Place 2 and later renamed The Grant, Adler Place and Harbor View. As of February 2013, 238 units in the building remained unsold.
Dearborn Station was the oldest of the six intercity train stations serving downtown Chicago, Illinois. It currently serves as office and retail space. Located at Dearborn and Polk Streets, the station was owned by the Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad, which itself was owned by the companies operating over its line.
Piano retail store providing sales and rentals of grand and upright pianos as well as digital pianos. Hall Rentals and practice studios. Piano Lessons. Professional recording studio for video and audio.
MPT II is a 21-story contemporary glass and concrete tower located at 1335 S. Prairie Avenue, just a block from the Museum Campus and scenic lakefront. It was completed in 2003. The amenities of the association includes a beautiful rooftop pool and sundeck, plus an exercise center, 24-hour doorman, and garage parking.
Artistic Director John Devens says, “We want to make The Center a destination place for tourists and locals. With the addition of this exciting monthly concert series and special film screenings in our plans, we will provide a range of cultural experiences for audiences.”
Daystar Center presents a monthly concert series in Chicago’s South Loop, hosted by John Devens. The Venue will feature an eclectic roster of Chicago area entertainers, and touring acts from folk to jazz artists, acoustic ensembles and songwriters, presented on a monthly basis.
A film series will also be part of programming at The Center.
Located just minutes from Lake Shore Drive and I-90. The Venue has a parking lot and is handicapped accessible.
My name is Alannah Courtney, and I am located in downtown Chicago. I am currently a fourth year undergraduate student at Columbia studying Comedy Writing & Performance. Under my belt, I have over nine years stage experience. This is my second year doing these princess parties, and it’s just as fun for me as it is for the kids!
Right now, due to my full school schedule, appearance availability checks must be made three weeks before your desired event date. At the time, I do not require a money deposit to secure your date. Just send me an e-mail ([email protected]) or a phone call (815-719-3930) to start planning!
Welcome to Chicago Shakedown: The Oasis in the Lot. This is one pre-party you do not want to miss. Limited tickets available per day and this will sell out quickly.
Your all inclusive ticket includes;
• Endless offerings of freshly grilled gourmet food including flame kissed grilled meats, seafood and vegetables featuring Brazilian rotisserie grill.
• Bottomless craft cocktails and beers.
• Private restrooms, misting stations, and shelter from the sun or rain.
• Exclusive music and entertainment.
• Live art and body painting.
• Located 1,000 ft outside of the north entrance of soldier field.
Brando's Speakeasy & Dead 2 Me Records pres.
SWING DE VILLE!
With resident DJ FactorySettings.
Joined weekly by a rotating selection of guest DJs, including Vourteque, Mr. Automatic, Pete Augusta, Chrissy Guns, and Alex D-Struct.
$6 specialty cocktails!
9pm - 2am
Say "Swing De Ville" at the door for NO cover ($5 otherwise)
Saturdays at Brandos Speakeasy!
343 S. Dearborn Ave.
If you are in Chicago and are looking for a top-notch
recording studio, you've come to the right place. GTRstudios
is located in the infamous South Loop area in downtown Chicago.
Get downtown qaulity without paying the expensive downtown prices.
Contact us ASAP to book an appointment. Hope to hear from you soon!
RIFF is Located at 2239 S Michigan Ave in Chicago ’s burgeoning S Loop . This unique acoustically tuned venue with direct access to Pressure Point Recordings, Chicago ’s premier recording facility, will bring a first of its kind ability to broadcast and stream in HD any performances. Riff is the cutting edge for the future of entertainment.
Welcome to Fun Time Express - Americas Premiere Trackless Train Ride. Fun Time Express is more than just a typical Mall attraction. Gone are the days of endless loops and boring, stationary rides. Fun Time Express is a shared experience the ENTIRE FAMILY can enjoy, appealing to both children, and the inner child in all of us....
Our trackless trains are built right here in America, and the craftsmanship is second to none. Green Technologies power our
environmentally friendly, all electric system with silent movement.
Other Features of Fun Time Express:
* Ride time is 7-10 minutes
* Train moves at Walking Speed
* Route covers the first level of shopping center
* Relax and enjoy a scenic view of stores and attractions
* Dad’s can take a break
* Moms can window shop
* Can hold up to 27 passengers
* Can operate both indoors and outdoors.
* Affordable fun for the whole family
Nostalgia buffs will love the meticulous detail. Our exclusive
manufacturer has recreated the American 4-4-0 steam locomotive, which linked the industrialized east coast to the freedom of the west.
Fun Time Express trackless trains are a phenomenon sweeping malls across the nation. Currently, we own and operate the largest independent trackless train business in North America operating in several states including Indiana, Illinois, Florida, Louisiana and Ohio.
Interested in bringing a train to your mall or venue? Call me for business opportunities or contact me at [email protected]
Make your next family outing a fun and memorable experience with a trip on Fun Time Express
*Each station is independently owned and operated