Much like a school bus, a party bus can host gleeful screaming and should never be driven to a fireworks factory. Indulge in safe, grownup revelry with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of pub fare, such as pulled-pork or catfish sandwiches ($9), Angus burgers ($8–$11), and fried pickles ($7)
- $279 for a three-hour party bus rental for groups of up to 50 (a $600 value). Parties can travel between stadiums, venues, and bars in black buses to simplify and amplify outings.<p>
Reggies entertains music fiends with a trio of havens all located within steps of each other. Reggies Rock Club is an all-ages and 17-and-older music venue, hosting an eclectic variety of local and touring bands against a backdrop of graffiti murals. Upstairs, Reggies Music Joint provides a 21-and-older crowd with a full bar, nightly music, and pub fare such as jumbo wings and chargrilled Angus burgers draped in 1 of 10 types of cheese. Clientele swig from 25 drafts on tap, 45 bottled brews, or top-shelf spirits to wet whistles and lubricate head-banging muscles while bands perform on stage. Sports play on 17 flat-screen TVs and memorabilia lining the walls elucidates rock 'n' roll's history.
Next door, Record Breakers offers a cadre of new and used music merchandise for fans to peruse, spanning genres from punk to rock to Johnny Cash. A hefty library of CDs and DVDs bridges the physical-digital divide, whereas hard-to-find vinyl satisfies analog lovers, filling in holes in record collections and tree-house walls.
2105 S State Street
Chicago, Illinois 60616