The Hideout

Row 1

1354 W Wabansia Ave (btwn Elston Ave & Throop St)
Chicago, IL 60642
(773) 227-4433
Rock Club, Bar, Cocktail
Tue: 7:00 PM–2:00 AM Wed–Fri: 4:00 PM–2:00 AM Sat: 7:00 PM–3:00 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Chicago: "It's a regular guy bar for irregular folks who just dont fit in, or just dont want to fit in. It is the bar that Granddad went to when he was young and crazy" -IFC Staff
  • Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. This place used to be a third-shift bar for garbagemen and snowplow drivers. Now, not so much. But it's still good.
  • This small bar has been around since 1934. They hosts live music, theater performances, art shows and book signings, as well as being a great place to have a drink.
  • A small front bar gives way to a larger music venue in the back. Order a cheap beer and hang around for some great local acts.
  • a "public house" with great people and amazing live music in the Chinook Lounge
  • Check out Life During Wartime once-a-month. Best dance party in the city!
  • try the wooden leg. rye, soda, bitters and lemon and only 4 bucks!
  • Other than a good sweater and a roaring fire, one of the best ways to stay warm and cope with the seemingly never-ending winter is enjoying a hot bowl of homemade soup. Get yours here from 5:30pm.
  • I really enjoyed this unique venue. Good sized venue that feels intimate.
  • Monday nights with Robbie Fulks -- the best ten bucks you can spend in Chicago.
  • Hipster dance party!
  • Anything goes at this music venue in Bucktownfrom Baudelaire-inspired shows to performances by indie rock bands.
  • Great place for awesome local artists, especially music. Check out some of the many awesome band that's been on this stage, Derek Nelson and the Musicians, The Mutts, and my fav. Paper Thick Walls!
  • So cute venue, but the owner likes to hear himself talk. And will sabotage your experience by talking nonsense. My advice be prepared for a 2 hour show to last 4 hours. The end.
  • In the three years since Martha Bayne started Soup & Bread, shes proven that a modest ideaserve free soup, collect tips for hunger charitiescan morph into a movement for social change.
  • Where they wont floor you with dcor (what do you expect from a 100-year-old house?), they do it with the music and rye. Order The Wooden Leg, named after an old bartenders band.
  • Below-average pricing with a spectrum of beers available.
  • Sweet place to see a live show! When u leave watch out for cops fueling up at end of the block.
  • Take some febreeze. It smells like wet cat in here
  • Trumer pils