Untitled Supper Club

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Details
111 W Kinzie St (btwn N LaSalle St & N Clark St)
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 880-1511
Speakeasy, Music Venue, Restaurant
$ $
Hours
Tue–Wed: 4:30 PM–1:00 AM Fri: 4:30 PM–12:20 AM Sat: 4:30 PM–3:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • This 1920s-era speakeasy offers a swank lounge, private cabanas, live entertainment space and an enormous whiskey library with over 300 choices.
  • If you don't already know it, the largest collection of American whiskey on the planet in the truly gorgeous Whiskey Library. Now over 250 different bottles. This is why you live in Chicago.
  • Whisky from 279 distilleries and 47 varieties of Champagne are available. There is a secret hallway for VIPs, and old-timey black-and-white videos are screened on a mirror thats actually a TV.
  • Two words: whiskey library
  • Eater says try The Black Dove ($14), made with Bulleit Bourbon, Nocello Walnut Liqueur, coffee, and Dove chocolate.
  • For a place with such a nondescript name, Untitled certainly goes big and bold when it comes to brunch.
  • After reading a couple of reviews left to you others I was hesitate to go here... But glad I took the chance... It made my night as well as my fiancs since we were there for his 30th birthday...
  • Be prepared to wait in line everywhere and be treated like shit if you don't have a tight ass and flirt with every door/room attendant
  • What a place, brings you back to the age of Capone, great music and dancers, food and cocktails! Amazing vibe, unlike any other spot in the city! A++
  • find Jacob, the bartender, let him make you whatever he wants, particularly 'the aquarius'!!!
  • The food is ok and a bit overpriced, but the drinks, live music, & burlesque show in between sets more than make up for it
  • Small, unassuming storefront opens into a gorgeously sultry, sexy, dark, and romantic space with a whiskey library to rival the best of 'em. Killer tunes and small plates too.
  • Head to the Whiskey Library and watch whatever manly movie they're playing (we had "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"). Don't fret if you have to use the men's room, there are TVs in there too.
  • Find Chris with the glasses. Badass bartender and generally badass guy. The bands are great. The crowd, though pretty, can be...annoying. Still, worth checking out. Beautiful place.
  • Loved the corn bread & the "Bitter Betty" cocktail! If you have a sweet tooth, try the Pineapple Upside Down Cake!
  • $1 surcharge for neat, but server never bothered to tell us, then got huffed and puffed when we pointed it out
  • Over 500 different whiskies. Didn't even realize there were that many. In-house whisky expert. You think they're serious about whisky?
  • We then found out she was leaving in a couple of days, so maybe that's why she didn't care. She tried after we asked for the manager (twice!).
  • Live music is great! Very large space with 20s feel. If going for dinner with the Brussels Sprouts!! Amazing!
  • Pretty sick and packed dance floor, but be prepared to dance in 1000 degrees Fahrenheit room