Kingston Mines

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Details
2548 N Halsted St (at Wrightwood Ave)
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 477-4646
Jazz Club, Pub, Music Venue
Hours
Mon–Thu: 8:00 PM–4:00 AM Fri: 7:00 PM–4:00 AM Sat: 7:00 PM–5:00 AM Sun: 6:00 PM–4:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Its late hours, regular acoustic blues sets, all-night kitchen, and vibrant neighborhood full of shops, restaurants, and other entertainment recommend this club as a top blues destination.
  • This spot is one of the oldest blues clubs in Chicago and was rated "Best Blues Club" 13 years in a row. If you're not having a good time, check your pulse.
  • Make sure you check out Joanna Connor, killer guitarist with a slamming band behind her.
  • Good music
  • God I love this place.
  • This is a must at least a month. One of the best places in the city.
  • If ya ain't rockin, then ya ain't rockin. Buy a scotch.
  • Enjoy some Goose Island brew and sweet potato fries while you listen to the tunes.
  • legal otimo...........
  • Buffered by fatty, sauce-covered rib tips ($12) or a po boy sandwich loaded with fried catfish, crab cakes or blackened chicken ($8.50), you wont mind that you paid a $12 cover.
  • Absolutely amazing blues spot. Students get free cover Sunday thru Thursday
  • TJ has a huge weiner
  • Nellie 'Tiger' Travis is the shit!
  • Oldest blues club in Chicago...and hands down the best. Tips? Drink and have fun!
  • Blues Alley Sundays...Pay the cover at the Mines and get into B.L.U.E.S. 2519 N. Halsted for FREE!!!! (right across the street!)
  • Get a strongbow and chill out to some blues.
  • Very strong drinks.
  • Listening to New Orleans style blues music. Les Gretex Blues Band.
  • They have two stages between which the music groups/acts alternate. Well set up for all-night continuous blues! Amazing experience!
  • Self-described as the "Chicago Blues Emporium," Kingston Mines began as a coffeehouse featuring more plays than blues, but quickly adopted an all Chicago-style blues format as popularity of genre grew