Party on Like Rudolph With This Red Nose Punch
1. Burton Place1447 N Wells St, Chicago
2. Beaumont2020 N Halsted St, Chicago
3. Estelle's2013 W North Ave, Chicago
4. The Hangge-Uppe14 W Elm St, Chicago
5. Big City Tap1010 W Belmont Ave, Chicago
6. Butch McGuire's20 W Division St, Chicago
7. Murphy's Bleachers3655 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago
8. Tai's til 43611 N Ashland Ave, Chicago
9. Carol's Pub4659 N Clark St, Chicago
10. Evil Olive1551 W Division St, Chicago
11. Trace3714 N Clark St, Chicago
12. The Store2002 N Halsted St, Chicago
13. VIP'S Gentleman's Club1531 N Kingsbury St, Chicago
Burton's is a place where any folk that like to linger around cheap booze, good bar grub, and an old-school jukebox, call 'home'.
Beaumont's a full-on dive that's got a DJ, complete booze-access, and a very loud clientele that'll make you happy you're just "staying for one round".
Estelle's... where $2 beer Tuesday's live-on, and the jukebox is chock full of tunes that'll make you feel like you're back in college again.
Getting lost in a bar may never have been so fun. As a Chicago staple for more than 30yrs, this massive dual-level dance haven offers five differently themed bars, three dance floors, and a variety of '50s through '80s rock and disco on one floor and modern hits on another. With drink specials galore and a pair of all-request DJs, we dare you not to break a sweat at the Hangge-Uppe.
Big City Tap is an after-hours Chicago bar, meaning it's open until 4a so you can drink, eat, dance, or myriad of other activities until the sun comes up.
The Gold Coast staple really channels the holiday spirit with thousands of twinkling lights and wall-to-wall decorations, like a working double-decker train and life-sized Grinch.
This historic sports bar is nothing short of quintessential; with celebrity visitors (John Cusack!!), endless jukebox tunes, and proximity to Wrigley, it's no wonder people just keep going back for more.
This lounge is a dualing DJ/jukebox situation that seems to bring ALL of the people you once knew (Becky from Social Studies in the fourth grade still lives in Chicago?!) together into one rowdy place.
Carol's is an old-country, Southern-esque dive bar that has swingin' live bands, line dancing (impromptu, with special appearances by Carol herself), and cheap brews.
Looking for a way to cure the Monday blues? Check out Evil Olive for their reputable Monday night "Porn and Chicken" party. Think half-naked women on the bartop, lots of dancing, and of course good ol' fried chicken. What an amazing way to kick off the work week.
Trace is the place to go for cheap booze, high school run-ins, and loud, invasive Katy Perry remixes.
Avoid Armitage-Halsted's sea of high-end boutiques at this aptly named DePaul dive, which has zero problem letting you maul outside food whilst engaging in a few rounds of Pop-A-Shot, Pops-A-Shot being unavailable due to Mr. Mensah-Bonsu playing in Europe these days.
This "gentleman's" club is where expert-undressers partake in totally PG fun. When we're done being sarcastic, we'll tell you that this place has cheap drinks and uncomfortably-expensive entertainment.