Sakura Karaoke Lounges hosts full-throated evenings of carefree crooning amidst a vibrant, neon loungescape infused with the scents of Far Eastern food and drink. Songbirds scuttle through Sakura’s 60,000-song catalog for the ideal tune to woo a lost love or rupture the eyeglasses of stodgy critics. Tunesmiths can warble through popular songs in English, Chinese, or Korean before replenishing proteins with Asian-influenced appetizers. Gobble down tender Korean pork chops and curry fish balls or sing a plaintive sea chantey to the shrimp shumai. Mixologizing cocktails and nonalcoholic libations, Sakura smoothes golden throats with robust Red Kamikazes and lychee martinis, as well as traditional Tsingtao and Kirin light beers.
Corner sports/pub on Madison Street in Forest Park. We serve pizza & traditional pub food, most of it homemade. We have darts (plus steel tip) & beer pong. We have karaoke and live music and will feature an outdoor patio in the spring. Watch all your favorite sports on one of our 10 50" flatscreens! Daily drink specials!
The LBGT-friendly Velvet Rope invites revelers with open minds and refined tastes to enhance their evenings with the lounge's slate of fine wines, international cuisine, and elaborate entertainment in the form of go-go dancers and drag shows. Beneath the suffuse lighting of tulip chandeliers, the bustling main floor hosts a full bar, where 35 specialty martinis brim with creative ingredients—such as cookie-dough vodka and absinthe—while the private VIP loft accommodates dozens with a dedicated server, a private television, and plush furnishings for late-night pillow forts. Food and drink packages deck out special events, and the nightclub's calendar overflows with karaoke nights, drink specials, and live performances.
Treat yourself to the most accurate recreation of Japanese culture this side of Kankakee. For only $20, today's Groupon lets you indulge in $50 worth of sake, karaoke, and authentic Japanese cuisine at Chicago's new (and only) sake lounge, Murasaki, located just off the Magnificent Mile at 211 E. Ontario St. Visit the spot Chicago magazine calls a "little slice of heaven" for a lesson in the art of the Japanese alcoholic rice beverage. The mother-son owner-duo will happily fill you in on the details about the delicate liquor—from different grades to sake cocktail concoctions to the tastiest food complements.
M.I.L.F. is a fast paced, one-hour comedy show featuring 6 local acts. The lineup bridges the gap between provocative rising talents in Chicago’s sketch, music, stand-up and filmmaking communities. Featuring acts who have performed at the TBS Just For Laughs Festival, Chicago’s Underground Comedy Club, iO & Second City.
Uncle Fatty’s Rum Resort wards off winter blues with 7,000 square feet of tropical decor, summertime cocktails, and a manmade lava river snaking through the bar. To buttress the beach theme, parties can order a cooler of 12, 24, or 36 brewskies to a table drenched in red and green light. In addition to signature cocktails and fishbowls filled with frozen fruit, ice cream, and chocolate liqueur, the entertainment emporium shelters cover bands that fill audiences’ ears with nostalgia and their mouths with the desire to sing along.
Rockit Burger Bar fits right in as part of Rockit Ranch Productions' Chicago-based empire of hip gastropubs and innovative fusion spots. Its chefs enhance beloved American comfort foods with inventive flourishes and haute-cuisine ingredients—high-end foodstuffs such as truffle crème fraîche, locally raised Midwestern beef, and red-onion brioche buns feature prominently on the impressive lineup of burgers, and flatbread pizzas show off toppings of wild mushrooms, gruyère cheese, and calabrese salami. Diners cap off their feasts with caramel-banana milk shakes and warm brownie sundaes, or supplement dinners with frosty craft beers and cocktails mixed with rye, absinthe, and bitters.
Rockit Burger Bar's uniquely rustic yet upscale interior bristles with eccentricity and fun, with multiple moose antlers dangling above the bar space and huge windows filling the room with light and lively street scenes. Located across the street from Wrigley Field, the space is a hub of constant activity, whether from Sunday brunchers chowing down on waffles and breakfast burritos, or ticketless baseball fans trying to peer through the stadium walls with x-ray goggles.