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DePaul Art Museum
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Long, narrow and high volume, this veteran blues club draws a slightly older crowd that soaks up every crackling, electrified moment. As...
An old-style cafe with big, creaking wooden tables and chairs, the Pig serves strong java and whopping sandwiches. It’s a convivial...
2548 N Halsted St · interesting places nearby
Kingston Mines information
Popular enough to draw big names on the blues circuit, Kingston Mines is so noisy, hot and sweaty that blues neophytes will feel as though they’re having a genuine experience – sort of like a gritty Delta theme park. Two stages, seven nights a week, ensure somebody’s always on. The blues jam session from 6pm to 8:30pm on Sundays is free.