Museum of Broadcast Communications
This museum of radio and TV nostalgia opened in 2012. It's pretty sparsely populated considering the admission price. But if you have a...
The Donald's 1360ft tower is now Chicago's second-tallest building, though architecture critics have mocked its 'toothpick' look.
For some postmodern fun, check out the twin ‘corncob’ towers of the 1962 mixed-use Marina City. Designed by Bertrand Goldberg, it has...
Howl At The Moon
The Guns ‘n’ Roses covers, happy-hour specials and flirty singles scene here could make nearly anyone into a piano bar convert. Billy...
Shaw’s Crab House
Shaw’s beautiful old dining room and adjoining lounge have an elegant, historic feel, complemented by dark woods and sea-worn nautical...
Lonely Planet review
This comfy jazz club programs a far-ranging lineup of local traditional, swing, bop, Latin, fusion and Afro-pop acts, along with the occasional big-name performer. It has been on the scene for several years and its downtown location makes it a popular spot for postwork boppers.