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Just like any other great city of America , Chicago has a lot of attractions to keep its tourists engaged  More...
From fine dining to fast food, Chicago has a distinctive flavor you wouldn't find anywhere else.   More...
“Chicago is second to none!” wrote a proud local to a magazine that dared to call her ‘the Second City'.   More...
There's simply no better place to shop in Chicago than the Magnificent Mile, the world-famous stretch of Michigan Avenue  More...
The sheer diversity of music coming from local bands and numerous live performances will keep you on your toes  More...

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The sheer diversity of music coming from local bands and numerous live performances will keep you on your toes every night in Chicago . Add to it the lively theater scene and Chicago 's great gastronomic tradition, and incredible nightlife is virtually guaranteed.

You can feel it in the air at the House of Blues ( N Dearborn St ), where live strains from bands playing jazz, R&B country and more rent the air every night – inviting patrons to shake a leg, nurse a drink or savor greasy Southern fare at the multimedia restaurant.

The food is great but music is the real draw. House of Blues is in the same complex as Lowe's House of Blues , where you can marvel at the Gothic, Moroccan, Indian and American folk art motifs which reflect the spirit of the House of Blues Club and Restaurant.

For incredible dance music ranging from hip-hop, rap, rock and funk to techno and salsa, don't miss Excalibur on Dearborn St . This groovy nighttime haunt was once a Roman Church, but is now one of the hippest hangouts from ALA Carte Entertainment. Thursdays sizzle with salsa at Excalibur, with "Tropical Thursdays En Fuego" drawing huge crowds. In addition to the bars, gift store, dance floor and lounge, Excalibur has a gaming area where you can play pool, video games while nibbling on snazzy eats from the bar.

If you like to live it up, you'll love the Claridge Hotel , with their popular morning limo service and the Hyatt Printer's Row right here on Dearborn Street .

A wonderful evening awaits you on North Clark Street , close to the Days Inn Gold Coast in the heart of famed Lincoln Park .

The reasonably-priced Doc's River North is a favorite Clark Street watering hole, with the crisp black-and-white and sepia toned photos trace the making of this Chicago hangout.

Garrett Ripley's, the Irish-style tavern is a favorite nighttime hangout on Clark Street , with delicious food, excellent bartenders and an exciting martini menu that includes “Absolutely Filthy” and “Garrett's Viagra”.

Built right after the historic Chicago fire, the wooden building that houses the Green Door Tavern (Clark Street), came up in 1872 and still stands today (though slightly askew), proudly displaying memorabilia from the years gone by. With a choice of 35 beers, it's hard to know where to stop. Perhaps the temptation to check out nearby Clark Street pubs would do the trick for you.

Check out Celtic Crossings, the Irish pub with Irish bartenders and an old-world Irish feel. If you're lucky, you'll enjoy a live performance by an Irish band on a Thursday or Sunday.

Your next stop is Metro Chicago, thronged by music-lovers for its impressive lineup of musical talent from Chicago and across the world. The late night shows are one of the top draws at Metro Chicago, which has launched some of the most famous names in Rock, including the Smashing Pumpkins and Ministry.

For riveting dance music, check out their Smart Bar which will keep your bod shaking well into the morning.

As a true blues fan, you wouldn't want your evening to end before paying a tribute to Buddy Guy's Legends “the undisputed king of Chicago 's electric blues scene”. Eric Clapton, Pete Townsend and the Saturday Night Live Band have all played here at some point of time.

The walls are steeped in Blues history and memorabilia, which includes the Grammies won by Muddy Waters and Buddy Guy, rare photographs and guitars that once belonged to legends such as BB King.

Next, cab it to N. State Parkway , where you will be greeted with a celebrity-steeped Hall of Fame that leads to the legendary Pump Room at the Omni Ambassador East Hotel .

Head North on nearby State Parkway to the Embassy Suites Downtown , rubbing shoulders with the Magnificent Mile (a stretch of N. Michigan Ave) - which brings you close to the best of shopping, dining and nightlife in Chicago. While here, don't miss the Billy Goat Tavern, steeped in the back-to-basics, no-nonsense attitude that marks Chicago . With just about four items on it, the menu might not impress you at first glance. But sink your teeth into the greasy "cheezeborger, cheezeborger" and try not to fall in love with its irreverent charm.

Make way for another legend as you catch up with Chicago 's lively theater scene at the Second City Theater in Old Town . The trademark irreverence is served up with spirited humor - dished out by some of the greatest comedy actors. Theater buffs can get their fix with exciting dramas, musicals and cabarets in the famed Theater District.

You can't shake off the excitement as you walk back to your room at nearby Holiday Inn Mart Plaza . Who says the good times must come to an end?

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