The atmosphere is cozy, and the drinks are old school. Whether you're a regular or are checking things out for the first time, you'll love Bar DeVille, which Food and Wine Magazine said was among the Top Bars in and You'll find offerings that include Huitlacoche tacos and herb fries which are meant for sharing and the Estate which is made with Ketel One, pom-berry syrup, mint, orange, lemon, and soda.
The bar is broken up into about five rooms, including the StarDeck, Chicago's largest open air rooftop restaurant and lounge. From draft beer to cocktails in bottles and "cheap hooch," you won't run out of libations, But perhaps what people love most about the bar is the skee ball and its cabin-themed dance floor for rocking out to DJs and live bands.
This bar provides what it calls "Dealer's Choice," barrel-finished, and craft cocktails — like a year-old Pappy Van Winkle bourbon and a Double Entendre that showcases the flavors of cognac, rye, gingembre, and masala. But the Berkshire Room is far from pretentious. You can also get wines by the bottle and glass, beers on tap, and snacks and desserts such as mixed nuts and salted caramels.
Headquarters Beercade has practically everything you could need. It doesn't matter if you're a fan of pinball, Pac Man, Galaga, Mortal Kombat, or pinball — you'll feel at home here. HQ Beercade's motto is, "Don't grow up. It's a trap," so whatever you do, don't take yourself too seriously when you're at this bar.
The menu specializes in the usual bar fare, but it's all made by gourmet chefs e. Downstairs has a dual-facing counter for premium interaction, while upstairs is where patrons go to watch games, dance, and listen to acoustic performances, among other things. So you can pretty much get your food and drink on anytime. Innjoy says it's a genuine Chicago hangout spot that locals and visitors will both appreciate. Thrillist named Punch House one of the 33 Best New Bars in America, and Chicago Magazine calls its space "cozy" and "bohemian" and its drinks "quaffable originals alongside classics.
But the bar has always been a Chicago favorite. Nick's has some of the latest nights around open until 4 a. Sunday through Friday and 5 a. Saturday and offers pool, shuffleboard, a jukebox, and weekly karaoke dance parties. The space is large 5, square feet, to be exact , the staff is extremely accommodating , the actual bar is a cool U shape made for talking with neighbors, and the 33 plasma TVs are all over the place so you won't miss a thing.
It can also be a great tool for people who do like those things to add to their dating tool belt. Everything is organized for you — just show up to the location and tell your dates a little about yourself. And not all events are formal sit-downs. Some include icebreaker games and forms of entertainment to make everyone feel more comfortable. The one thing all of these events have in common, though, is everyone is single and looking!
Do you wish you could meet someone while doing that? Sometimes no words need to be said between two people — the music just takes over and they connect.
No matter if your genre is pop, rock, reggae, techno, funk, disco, or anything else, Chicago has a club for you. Getting that banter going with someone should be a cinch because you know you already have a least one thing in common with them.