Bridgestreet Sterling

345 N Lasalle St, Chicago, Illinois, 60610, United States
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Jazz Bar

by Jandar

Hello all,
Has anyone ever been to this place - Andy's Eleven East lounge at 11 E. Hubbard St.? What's it like?

Re: Jazz Bar

by Dabs

You can see some user reviews here, it's a pretty well respected club and very centrally located. Be sure to look at the reviews as opposed to just looking at the star rating, as with all user based review sites sometimes people complain about some pretty stupid stuff

http://www.yelp.com/biz/andys-jazz-club-chicago-2

Re: Jazz Bar

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

Andy's is a true jazz joint. It is all about the music and is of the musician culture. Lots of jazz junkies and musicians make up the audience and may be slightly lacking in atmosphere unless you are in the Biz. If you are into blues type jazz, this is the place (it can really rock). It is in an area with a few other music type establishments such as Howl at the Moon (dueling pianos) and another jazz/blues place (cannot remember the name).

But if you are seeking a more elegant or romantic type of place, try "Pops for Champagne" three blocks away. It is a great champagne bar with a very nice jazz joint down stairs. Smooth, nightclub, crooning type jazz. One of my favorite places, I highly recommend it.

Pops for Champagne
601 N State St, Chicago, Illinois 60611
(312) 266-7677 ‎
popsforchampagne.com

Enjoy your trip

Cheers!

Re: Jazz Bar

by Jandar

Thanks a lot. We'll definitely check it out. It sounds great and also the other Pops for Champagne place you recommended.

Travel Tips for Chicago

A Serindipitous VT Meeting

by Stephen-KarenConn

Karen and I weren't planning on having a VT meeting the last time we were in Chicago. In fact, we were only changing trains, but had a three hour layover. We took advantage of the opportunity to take a stroll and also have a lunch at the famous stuffed pizza at Giordano's. Then, as we were about to re-enter Union Station, we heard someone call our name: "Stephen and Karen, is that you?"

It was erikatheskysailor from Cleveland, Ohio, along with her friend Eric, both VT members. Although we had never met in person, Erika recognized us from our pages on Virtual Tourist. We had a very enjoyable but short visit standing in front of Union Station and beside the Chicago River. I also took a few pictures, which I have posted here.

It was great to meet you, Erika and Eric. I hope our paths will cross again.

The South Side

by sambarnett

The South Side gets a bad rap. Thanks to unfair journalism and flat out racism, many think the South Side is nothing more than a land of crime, gangs and drugs. Some areas are quite dangerous, but others are absolutely beautiful. No trip to the city is complete without a visit to some of these places.

Walk the Loop and look at...

by china-girl

Walk the Loop and look at every single building. The buildings in Chicago are magnificent! With a book (preferrably Lonely Planet's Chicago guide) on hand, it's like having an architectural history class. Chicago was pretty nice. The roads were wide and straight (compared to Boston) and easy to navigate. The people were very friendly (again, compared to Boston!!).

The Architecture walk

by goingsolo

Chicago is a city of many things, but its architecture is perhaps the most omnipresent and fascinating. Downtown Chicago is a mixture of old and new styles, with buildings constructed well over a hundred years ago mixed in with those monoliths of recent construction. Whether you take a tour to visit these striking buildings or simply seek them out on your own, you'll be sure to notice the mixture of old and new in the buildings of Chicago.

National Public Radio 91.5 FM

by dlandt

If you like news, this is the local chapter of NPR. For those of you who don't know what this is, its commercial free, mostly talk radio. Its news shows are excellent, but please note, generally considered one of the mainstays of the liberal media. If you're stuck in traffic, this might help alleviate the boredom.

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