Guide to Dating in Chicago: Sweet Music Prefer tunes to a laugh?
Live music is a great date idea in any city, but Chicago seems to have this category perfected.
Swing music fans should stop in on Tuesday or Thursday nights.
Al Capone and Charlie Chaplin used to hang out at this character-filled ex-speakeasy — not together, mind you.
Blues lovers need to visit Kingston Mines in Chicago’s North Side.
The Windy City is packed with big-city culture, gorgeous waterfront and friendly strangers, making Chicago a great place to date.
It’s been called “New York done right,” but most locals would argue Chicago, the third largest city in the United States, can stand on its own as a distinct metropolis.
Here are a few date ideas as you navigate the Chicago dating scene.
Guide to Dating in Chicago: Laugh It Up Chicago is the home of improvisational theater.
Make your date guffaw and check out world-famous The Second City or i O Chicago Theater.
Smaller comedy clubs and amateur improv troupes will make sure every night is a hilarious one.
(Tip: The Playground, Chicago’s only co-op non-profit improv group, is by-donation-only on Sundays.
And it’s always BYOB.) If Chicago’s improv scene is good enough for Tina Fey, it’s good enough for date night.