The newly opened small business offers professional quality bar tools and local expertise.
But the short menu offers just a glimpse of the chef’s unique talents—for now.
The spot from Jim Meehan and Heisler Hospitality offers solid cocktails in a stunning space.
The new 6,000-square-foot patio boasts bocce courts, a camper bar, a fire pit—and some underwhelming food and drink offerings.
Watering holes off the beaten path provide homes away from home.
In the West Loop, John Shields and Karen Urie Shields’s casual subterranean answer to the Smyth holds its own.
The tiny, red-lit bar in the restaurant’s former waiting room is doing surprising things with cocktails.
Dan Whitaker & the Shinebenders work hard for hard-working country fans, Myth Fest debuts with an ambitious bill of international electronic music, and more.
You’re safe with beer and bacon at Kaiser Tiger.
A West Loop bar offers a pleasant place to wait for a table.
Crystal Lake is home to the Other Side, a brand-new “sober bar.”
Two stories of kegs at the west Division Street sports bar
Nails and grapes aren’t easy to come by in the middle of the night
If you’re hoping to elevate the mood in your home, a well-tended bar will do the trick. And who better to share tips on how to style and stock your bar than Paul McGee, head bartender and partner at Logan Square’s the Whistler? When McGee and his wife Shelby Allison relocated from Las Vegas in […]