WhereTraveler Chicago : 2019-12-01

GUIDE : 15 : 13

GUIDE

ENTERTAINM­ENT Billiards & Bowling LUCKY STRIKE 13 offers casual dining and live jazz. The 5 and 7 pm shows are all ages; 9:30 and 11:30 shows are 21-and-older. 11 E. Hubbard St., 312.642.6805. El: Red to Grand www.andysjazzc­lub.com BUDDY GUY’S LEGENDS Owned by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Buddy Guy. See performanc­es by blues legends, as well as top local talent. M-Tu 5 pm-2 am, W-F 11 am-2 am, Sa noon-3 am, Su noon-2 am. 700 S. Wabash Ave., 312.427.1190. www.buddyguy.com THE GREEN MILL This former 1920s speakeasy, restored to its art deco splendor, features local jazz musicians in a hip atmosphere daily. Sunday nights feature the Uptown Poetry Slam. 4802 N. Broadway Ave., 773.878.5552. El: Red to Lawrence www.greenmillj­azz.com Comedy/Improv THE SECOND CITY Second City has launched the careers of superstars like Bill Murray, Tim Meadows, Tina Fey and more. The theater’s three resident stages offer shows seven nights a week, with Saturday and Sunday “Best of The Second City” matinees. 1616 N. Wells St.., 312.337.3992. www.secondcity.com ZANIES COMEDY NIGHT CLUB Chicago’s original profession­al comedy club offers nightly shows, call or check website for lineup and showtimes. 21 and over.. 1548 N. Wells St., 312.337.4027. El: Brown, Purple to Sedgwick ; Parkway Bank Park, 5437 Park Place, Rosemont, 847.813.0484; www.zanies.com Dance Clubs BERLIN Mohawked punks, preppies and drag queens intermingl­e in the heart of Lakeview. Hot nights include Saturdays with DJ Larissa and the massively popular “MadonnaRam­a” on the f irst Sunday of the month. 954 W. Belmont Ave., 773.348.4975. El: Red, Brown, Purple to Belmont www.berlinchic­ago.com THE UNDERGROUN­D Notables like Kanye West and Duran Duran have been known to rub elbows with Chicago’s beautiful people in this slick space. There’s no signage at this “top secret” hang, so head down the alley west of RPM Italian restaurant. F 10 pm- 4 am, Sa 10 pm-5 am. 56 W. Illinois St., 312.644.7600. www. theundergr­oundchicag­o.com Film AMC NAVY PIER IMAX The 60-by-80-foot movie screen includes various blockbuste­rs in 3D. Tickets for traditiona­l IMAX experience $12; seniors $11; children under 12 $10. For fulllength features $17 (shows starting between 5 pm and 8 pm, $18); seniors $14; children $13. 700 E. Grand Ave., 312.395.5MAX. www.imax.com/ theatres/navy-pier-imax-amc This 36,000-square-foot venue in River East features 18 bowling lanes, plasma TV screens, multiple bars and an upscale comfort food menu. Su-Th 11 am-midnight, F-Sa 11 am-2 am. 332 E. Illinois St., 312.245.8331; 1027 W. Addison St., 872.206.6740. www. bowlluckys­trike.com PUNCH BOWL SOCIAL This 30,000-square-foot playground offers games like shuff leboard, boce ball, bowling and much more, even including VR games. Lunch, dinner and late night menus are served. 310 N. Green St., 312.809.9551. www.punchbowls­ocial.com Blues & Jazz ANDY’S JAZZ CLUB & RESTAURANT One of Chicago’s best-known jazz establishm­ents, this club

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