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Chefs and restaurateurs are expanding their Chicago brands southward to Nashville. Although Nashville is roughly 450 miles South of Chicago, the two cities have never felt closer thanks to a recent uptick in restaurant expansions and chef movement. The draw for Chicago restaurants and bars to branch out to Nashville, essentially the closest Southern city […]

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Aug 29, 2017 04:25 AM
Weekly Planner: Happy Hour at Broken Shaker

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Aug 28, 2017 12:18 AM
The Polenta Bar Brings a Taste of Northern Italy to the West Loop

In recent years, fast-casual dining has manifested in many different ways, in part triggered like a Domino effect by companies following the Chipotle model of customized food, quick service and quality ingredients. From noodles and salads, to Middle Eastern food and poké, Chicago’s fast-casual scene has a lot to choose from, but none are quite […]

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Aug 23, 2017 06:06 PM
The Redhead Piano Bar
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The Redhead Piano Bar

The Redhead is Chicago's Premier Piano Bar. Located on bustling Ontario Street, it is the perfect nightspot for fantastic upbeat music, lively conversation and meeting people. The upscale Redhead attracts clientele from the suburbs to Lincoln Park, the Gold Coast to Wrigleyville, as well as conventioneers and visitors to Chicago. Surround yourself in an exciting yet comfortable setting and take a walk down memory lane. The walls, lined with sheet music and famous movie stars of yesteryear, give you the feeling The Redhead has been here for fifty years. The ambiance creates an atmosphere of congeniality and warmth, reminiscent of Chicago true elegant nightlife. A swinging crowd of veteran nightclubbers hovers around the piano in the front, occasionally singing along to "Sweet Caroline," a Jerry Lee Lewis medley, or Phil Collins' "Against All Odds". "All of our entertainers can play just about anything; they are true performers," says manager Wendy Barr. Along with the SRO piano-side crowd, the next best seats are around the rectangular bar that dominates the dimly lit room, or the intimate tables for two. The rear of the bar contains many tables where groups who are more interested in conversation than a sing-along can sit. Owner Art Bryan's Redhead is reminiscent of a simpler time - when a good drink and great music were sure things in downtown Chicago. Business casual attire required - no athletic wear (gym shoes, walking shoes, athletic hiking boots, t-shirts, sweats, hats, etc., beachwear, non-leather dress sandals or ripped, torn or frayed clothing.

Contact Information

Address: 16 W. Ontario St, Chicago, IL 60654

Neighborhood: River North

Region: Near North Chicago

County: Cook

Phone: Show phone

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