The top 5 Lollapalooza after-parties

Published On 07/24/2014 Published On 07/24/2014
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1. The Vic Theatre 3145 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago, IL 60657

The Vic Theatre is celebrating more than 100 years of great shows and live music. Hit up Brew & View when there's no live music to see a great movie and check out one of the three bars.

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2. Studio Paris 59 W Hubbard St, Chicago, IL 60654

French-inspired fare headlines this bistro in Chicago's River North neighborhood. Get Francophilic with a selection of fine French Champagnes, updates on classics like chicken paillard and short rib bourguignon, and tons of shellfish, including Le Grand Plateau with lobster, oysters, snow crab claws, shrimp, and king crab.

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3. House of Blues 329 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL 60654

Fans of R&B, Gospel, Jazz and Roots-based Rock & Roll migrate to this venue inside historic Marina City on the reg. Even if you're not a music fan you should get the all-you-can-gorge Gospel Brunch every Sunday, because it's all-you-can-gorge.

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4. Aragon 1106 W Lawrence Ave, Chicago, IL 60640

This Chicago music venue is home to lots of Lollapalooza after-party craziness once a year, as well as some serious acts traveling cross-country.

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5. Metro 3730 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60613

This two-floored, legendary venue has hosted a massive amount of talent in its time and continues to be a destination for some of the biggest acts in Chicago.