Drink

5 Hotspots for Happy Hour in the West Loop

Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood is an increasingly popular place to live, work — and play.

In the West Loop (and beyond), Chicago restaurants and bars are reviving happy hour specials, since its citywide ban was lifted in 2015. Thankfully for us, there are a variety of specials to enjoy, from beer and wine, to craft cocktails and small bites. Pick your poison.

 

Try these 5 spots for happy hour in the West Loop:

 

Honey’s

Newer to the scene, Honey’s offers a spectacular environment for happy hour, Monday through Friday (5-7:00p) featuring cocktails, wine, beer and apps at the Atrium Bar. (Honey’s, 1111 W. Lake Street)

Nellcôte

Visit Nellcôte for a wood-oven gourmet pizza and a Modelo pairing for only $10, every Monday through Friday. (Nellcôte, 833 W. Randolph Street)

RM Champagne

Perhaps the prettiest alleyway in Chicago, find the patio at RM Champagne for $1 oysters on Tuesdays. (RM Champagne Salon, 116 N. Green Street)

Cold Storage

Located inside the buzzworthy West Loop restaurant, Swift & Sons, Cold Storage offers $3 draft beer and fresh seafood specials every Monday through Friday, 3-6:00pm. (Cold Storage, 1000 W. Fulton Market)

The Betty

Head to The Betty for happy hour Tuesday through Saturday (4-6:30pm) for specials on beer, wine and bites — and stay for the ambiance and culinary menu. (The Betty, 839 W. Fulton Market)

Cheers!

 

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Bathrooms, Design

Lincoln Park Home has 4 Ultra-Cool Bathrooms

This Lincoln Park home has serious style. Located on Seminary Avenue, the 6-bedroom single family home is currently on the market — and beautifully appointed in tasteful and top-of-the-line finishes. Every room is eye catching, but we at Preview Chicago can’t help but notice: the bathrooms. Each of the four (and a half) bathrooms has a unique, chic design. Take a look for yourself…

The master bathroom features an oversized steam shower with dual rainfall showerheads — plus a freestanding Victoria + Albert tub enclosed within the shower. Pretty cool, right? The remaining bathrooms are noteworthy, too, incorporating marble detailing, intricate tile, industrial fixtures, and designer wallpaper.

Check out the chic bathrooms at 2245 N. Seminary Avenue:

 

marble white kitchen design

2245 N. Seminary Avenue

For more information on 2245 N. Seminary Avenue, contact Emily Sachs Wong (312-286-0800)

LIST PRICE: $2,795,000 (6 Bedrooms / 4.5 Baths)

 

 

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Drink, Eat

10 New Spots for Patio Season in Chicago

Summers in Chicago may be short, but the city’s patio scene is vibrant. From high rise rooftops to neighborhood patios, Chicago is home to a variety of cool outdoor spots to enjoy. We’ve rounded up 10 new outdoor places to visit, when you’re in the mood to take your food, drinks and revelry al fresco.

 

Here’s a look at new outdoor patios in Chicago for 2017…

 

Noyane

Chic, upscale spot offering Japanese fare and cocktails atop the Conrad Hilton hotel with sweeping city views. (Noyane, 101 E. Erie Street)

Little Toasted

The space spans 3,000 square feet and it’s the same minimalist aesthetic used at parent restaurant, Slightly Toasted. There’s also an outdoor patio overlooking the river with seating for 250. (Little Toasted, 300 S. Riverside Plaza)

Cindy’s

Cindy’s has been a hotspot for the past few years and recently unveiled the addition of a new outdoor terrace bar, where guests can enjoy a selection of rosés, rotating large format cocktails, and boozy popsicles. (Cindy’s, 12 S. Michigan Ave)

Boleo

Located in The Loop, Boleo is a chic South American-inspired rooftop restaurant and cocktail lounge with a retractable roof. Guests can also enjoy Latin music every Wednesday through Saturday. (Boleo, 122 W. Monroe)

Cabana Club

Casual and hip hangout in Wicker Park. Here you’ll find an 180-degree view of the skyline, Mexican-inspired fare, and a full bar. (Cabana Club, 2018 W. North Ave)

LondonHouse

LondonHouse offers some of the most spectacular views of Chicago. Overlooking the Chicago River and city skyline, visiting the LH Rooftop is a one-of-a-kind experience. (LondonHouse, 85 E. Wacker Drive)

Mahalo

Bask in the sun at this Hawaiian-themed restaurant and rooftop in Wicker Park. Come for weekend brunch or weekday happy hour, featuring summery cocktails like margaritas and Mai Tais. (Mahalo, 1501 N. Milwaukee Ave)

AIRE

24 floors above The Hyatt Centric, AIRE offers a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Enjoy craft cocktails, wine, beer and small bites at this rooftop in Chicago’s Loop. (AIRE, 100 W. Monroe St.)

Broken English

If you dig Mexican food and a more casual environment, head to Broken English. The new patio in Lincoln Park serves killer tacos and margaritas, plus it’s pet friendly. (Broken English, 2576-2580 N. Lincoln Ave)

Apogee

Set atop the Dana Hotel, the newly re-designed rooftop serves up creative cocktails, city views, couches and fire pits, plus rotating DJs. (Apogee, 2 W. Eerie St.)

 

Which spot do you want to visit most? Tell us your favorite Chicago rooftop or patio below!

 

 

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