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...
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...
Paris Club is a go-to spot for celebrity sightings. The cafe has won crowds for its breezy take on French fare, from 50 affordable wines...
59 W Hubbard St · interesting places nearby
Brasserie Jo information
This huge, open place serves wonderful food from Alsace, where owner Jean Joho was born. From the signature beer specially brewed by a local microbrewery to the hot, fresh baguettes, all the details are right. Try the great choucroute (smoked meats and sausages on sauerkraut) or the shrimp in a bag. Wear a fancy hat on Thursday and get a free chapeau au chocolat (chocolate hat) dessert.