Estereo

Cocktail, Lounge, Café
$ $ $
2450 N Milwaukee Ave (Sacramento)
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 360-8363
Monday
11:00am - 2:00am
Tuesday
11:00am - 2:00am
Wednesday
11:00am - 2:00am
Thursday
11:00am - 2:00am
Friday
11:00am - 2:00am
Saturday
11:00am - 3:00am
Sunday
11:00am - 12:00am

Tips

  • When there is a mirrorball in the toilet you know you are in the place to be. AWESOMENESS at its best!
  • The cocktails are tasty and dangerously sweet, with some clean and crisp options as well. The cold brew with horchata is a lifesaver if you're the designated driver.
  • Heisler Hospitality at it again but with a Latin flare in Logan Square. Cocktails are refreshing, beer is simple/good, and the vibe is perfect for evening & late night drinking. Def worth a visit.
  • Such good cocktails- frozen one was incredible and service was even better!!
  • Strange vibe here. It's not quite a bar, and not quite a restaurant.
  • Well-crafted cocktails. Try the "agricole", the "stirred", or "coffee." The beer selection is small, but interesting (but let's be real here, you should have a cocktail)
  • Interesting and eclectic drink menu. Nice open-air setup for a tropical vibe.
  • A little bit of Mexico City in Chicago. Bangin' music. Great place to sip a mezcal cocktail and watch the world go by.
  • Nice vibes and deco. Very good mixed drinks. Yule and Mezcal were pretty good.
  • Try the "Beer" cocktail, which has jalapeo-infused tequila, fresh fruit, and Off Color's Fierce beer. (This is more of a cocktail bar than a beer bar.)
  • Winner of Best Bar Design, and runner up for Best New Bar at the 2017 Time Out Chicago Bar Awards.
  • Ambiente legal. Vrios tipos de cachaa.
  • Chili salt is my new favorite kind of salt (order the Mezcal)
  • Coffee with a drop of mezcal delicious. I'm conflicted about the level of appropriation happening in this place, but the vintage decor is right on point.
  • Strong yet refreshing Latin American inspired cocktails, mostly tequila, rum and mezcal. Great place to hang on a warm weekend afternoon with the windows open.
  • Unique cocktails and local craft beers in a retro caribbean hipster vibe.
  • Cocktails.
  • Refreshing, Mexican-inspired cocktails in a corner spot with vintage decor, a McIntosh amp, and a record player. Beers appear to be 10oz pours, which is kind of deceptive when paying $6 for them.
  • Cocktails were excellent. Loved the vibe, especially when all the windows were opened up!
  • Think this might be my favorite bar?

Nearby places

2421 N Milwaukee Ave (at W Fullerton Ave)
2521 N Milwaukee Ave
2451 N Milwaukee Ave (Sacramento Ave)