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“Super cool venue”

Untitled Supper Club
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Ranked #107 of 9,926 Restaurants in Chicago
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$10 - US$50
Cuisines: American
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Restaurant details
Good for: Bar Scene
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: La Salle and Clark
Transit: CTA: Merchandise Mart Clark/Lake Buses: 36, 29, 22, 62
Description: Untitled Supper Club is a contemporary revival of a classic Prohibition-era Chicago supper club… an upscale dining establishment mixed with a classic social club featuring live music and vintage cabaret-style entertainment. Untitled is a five-time Michelin Bib Gourmand recipient. Untitled’s shared plate menu features modern, imaginative, yet approachable reinventions of classic regional American dishes. We proudly serve the largest curated selection of American whiskies anywhere… over 500 and counting. Untitled Supper Club hosts live music and entertainment on our stage five nights a week. Our live music is rooted in classic American genres. Our nightlife is formatted around DJs providing a vintage, retro-pop sound representing music from the '60s through today, giving guests a nostalgic "dance through the decades" experience. Untitled is big, beautiful, lively, and designed to provide a undeniably unique and sensuous dinining experience.
Reviewed 28 July 2014

I thought this restaurant/bar was super awesome and was really pleased with our experience. Since we didn't want to be waiting in long lines later on we made reservations at an earlier time than most Chicagoites. The venue is huge with multiple rooms. Our waiter was super helpful and gave us ample time to look over things. Liked not feeling rushed. We ordered the pretzel appetizer, simple but delicious with the fig paste. We did get to hear some from the band next door, but the sound was not overbearing. The menu has options for sharing, but we got individual portions. My sister got the burger and said it was great. I got the scallops and was also very happy with my choice. The girls got the cocktail with cucumber which was amazing. A great summer beverage. I'd like to go back to check out one of the other rooms for sure.

Thank Monica P
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Reviewed 26 July 2014 via mobile

It is a beautifully decorated speakeasy bar, with authentic drinks and great live entertainment. Food is great but pricey.

Thank Brazatraveler
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Reviewed 30 June 2014

We enjoyed a tasting menu with wine pairings in one of the booth spaces. Seating for six was comfortable and conversation was easy with the configuration. There is a volume control and lighting control on the wall in the booth for added convenience and comfort.
The food was exceptional. Each portion was ample and unique. The oysters Rockefeller were kong the favorites.
This must be the go to place for bachelorette parties as we saw a minimum of six groups. The live band was terrific and the venue offers several options for dining and/or drinking. A very lively well dressed crowd of mid-20s to 40.

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1  Thank Mike T
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Reviewed 11 June 2014

Not the easiest place to find in Chicago but definitely worth the effort. We heard about it from some friends who live in Chicago so when a business colleague of mine and I were there we decided to visit it.

It has a slightly odd entry that if you were not really paying attention you would easily miss. From the front door you go down into an amazing basement. It is completely different from what we had expected. Lavishly appointed bars and restaurants. There is a bar with a giant TV and overstuffed comfortable couches and club chairs. It seemed like a popular place to have a cocktail (or three) before dinner.

We were escorted to our table by a very attractive young lady who was hugely professional and polite. She knew all dishes and had a good knowledge of their extensive wine list.

The food was very well presented and produced by a chef who must have know what he was doing. It was perfectly seasoned and a sensible sized portion. We had 'sharing' dishes and both of us enjoyed everything that we had ordered.

The entertainment was superb. Chicago is renown for its Blues clubs and bars. If you go to Untitled you need go no further. We saw a guy called Pistol Pete. My colleague who was travelling with me is a professional musician and my work involves the music and entertainment industry so we have a bit of a thing about seeing decent acts. When we were first seated neither Pete nor his band were on stage but their equipment was. We had never heard of Pete but saw he was a blues artist (guitarist). We saw that he had the biggest number of guitar effect pedals that either of us had ever seen on a stage. That worried us and we started to think that this was going be some sort of nasty, 'fusion' type act. We could not have been more wrong. Pete and band took the stage and played some of the best live blues I have ever heard. In addition to playing a lot of his own numbers he also did some very good blues and rock covers. Everything from Muddy Waters to Hendrix. Absolutely wonderful. He had albums available on the night and I bought both of his albums that he had with him. I have subsequently found him on iTunes and bought several more.

This is a great place to go, wonderful staff, amazing decor and ambience and marvellous entertainment. If you are in Chicago don't waste your time trying to work out which Blues Bar / Club to go to - there are too many to decide easily. Just try this place.

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1  Thank Kruger C
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Reviewed 8 June 2014

Went here with friends on recommendation of our hotel concierge - it turned out to be an interesting experience and the food was praised by all in our party. Definitely would have walked right past the entrance if we had tried to find it on our own - it appears to be just a doorway amongst so many others on a big city street. The doorway led to a broad flight of stairs which decended into the abyss- or at least that's what it felt like at first. We walked past a large room that had a huge tv screen playing the old version of "The Odd Couple" with several lounge chairs where we saw clients hanging out to have just cocktails or a drink before dinner maybe. AND once we were seated we were served by a very competent, personable young lady who knew the menu and the wines and was able to answer all our questions with that certain poise and confidence that is so reassuring. The food was really well presented and prepared - served in the newest rage style of 'sharing' - somewhere between boarding house and tapas style meals.. We had the mushroom papardelle, oysters rockefeller, scallops, hanger steak, lamb meatballs. The wine list also was very nice. We went there early, so although we heard about the nightly entertainment and "tributes", we did not experience them for ourselves. But "Supper Club" is an appropriate self description for this subterranean cavernous place ( we were informed it is 18,000 sq. ft. of space!). Adults only. Edgy for sure. No doubt memorable for anyone with a sense of adventure and appreciation for good food and wine.

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Thank SayJax50
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