Not every bachelorette wants to get so drunk she can’t stand up at the end of the night. If your bride-to-be fits this description, consider a bachelorette party that’s more focused on bonding time with the girls.
This itinerary focuses specifically on entertainment that centers around Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood for easy transportation – and maximum fun!
2050 N Halsted
Start the night off early afternoon with a trip to Aroma Workshop. Each lady will have the opportunity to create her own signature scent, based on a combination of
2024 N Halsted
Cafe Baba Reeba is on the same block as Aroma
1616 N Wells St
Chicago is famous for its improv scene. If you and your ladies haven’t yet been to a show at The Second City, there’s no better time than the present. Even if you have, they have a diverse enough set of programming that you’re sure to find something you haven’t yet seen. Before the show, head over to their new 1959 Kitchen & Bar for a drink. The retro vibe here will add a fun backdrop to your pictures from the night!
219 W North Ave
If you and the ladies decide to rally, there are plenty of options in nearby Old Town. Old Town Ale House is
2602 N Clark
If you’d rather end the night with a nice glass of wine and a slightly quieter environment, D.O.C Wine Bar is just a short ride back to Lakeview from The Second City. The
If you buy a copy of our book Historic Bars of Chicago ($12), you can get a Chicago Trolley $45 coupon that is more than 10% off for most