An eclectic musical appetite, commitment to community building and friendly staff keep this cozy bar in a class of its own. Don't leave without ordering a Wooden Leg.
try the wooden leg. rye, soda, bitters and lemon and only 4 bucks!
Hipster Dance Parties mean everyone looks just as stupid with their funky moves. Give in, and dance the night away!
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.
Check out Life During Wartime once-a-month. Best dance party in the city!
Wooden Leg is worth checking out, even with great beer prices.
Enjoy the affordable booze and check out the frequent dance parties. I prefer the Soul Dance Parties, myself.
This super divey music venue is tucked away in an industrial corridor, but don’t let the location mislead you. This is the place for good music, cold beer & a great crowd.
Where they won’t floor you with décor (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 bartender’s band.
We imagine this place hasn't changed much since Neko Case was behind the bar. Though it's tucked away in an alley, you feel like home when you arrive.
I miss the Hideout Block Party as it was in 2008 and before. I love this place though.
see a dude playing a washboard. Why not?
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.
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
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.
The staff here is amazing. The bartenders even make an out of town teetotaler feel welcome.
Super low key place to see a show or just get a drink
Hipster dance party!
Veggie Bingo is out of season (sad) but is beyond fun. Don't miss The Interview Show the first Friday of every month-- they're great.
Anything goes at this music venue in Bucktown—from Baudelaire-inspired shows to performances by indie rock bands.
Terrible place so small
A great place to see comedians.
What? This is the place.
Organic cider ummm
Wear your flannel
The name describes it perfectly, though they host some of the better alternative/country bands in the city.
Below-average pricing with a spectrum of beers available.
ask for assburger bob to get a bloom'n onion that's out of this realm. great place but the rent us just to damned high.
Go to the Hideout just after you've picked up that tool you neede at te North Ave Home Depot. Hideout is a no-frills just great bar & music venue. One of the best places to see a new band.