Sports Fan: Mickey’s Bar & Patio. Catch the game, grab a bite to eat, and enjoy some crazy fishbowls or buckets of beer! With a spacious outdoor area, Mickey’s is known for their beer garden and patio (open year round!). On Thursday’s head to Mickey’s for:
- $4 Red Stripe
- $5 Bacardi or Absolut Bombs
- $7 Mojitos
- $10 Personal Fishbowls
- $7.50 Appetizer Trio
Head to Mickeyschicagoevents.com to book parties online.
A posh burger experience: Deuce’s and the Diamond. With its unique interior, Deuce’s offers a dining experience unlike any other in Chi-town. Duece’s caters to multiple tastes with their “local watering hole” main floor Burger Bar to their posh, lounge style, top-floor Diamond Club. You are guaranteed a delicious meal & a great atmosphere! Thursdays at Deuce’s includes the following specials:
- $4 Allagash White
- $3 PBR Tall boys
- $3 Jameson shots
- $2 Tacos
Desire more luxury? Book a cabana package online at Deuceschicagoevents.com.
Cozy but fun: Butch McGuire’s – With a Irish Saloon atmosphere, Butch McGuire’s gives you an intimate feeling. Catering to both locals and tourists, Butch’s never disappoints to make you feel welcome! Thursday deals:
- $5 Jose Cuervo shots
- $5 Blue Moon drafts
- $2 Tacos
Part of a pub crawl or trolley? Make Butch McGuire’s one of your stops! Check out info at Butchmcguiresparties.com and inquire online.
Hope this made your Thursday better – get off work and head on out to enjoy yourselves! Follow us on Facebook for more fun updates and info.
Ah, New York in the summer; the bustle of the people, the energetic atmosphere and the endless attractions. While there are many hot spots around “the big apple” there are two special venues that the locals swear by: Turtle Bay and 230 Fifth.
If you’re looking to dance the night away with a live DJ Wednesday-Saturday or catch the Yankees game on 25 HD plasma TVs, Turtle Bay might just be the spot for you. It’s also the best spot in NYC to find a “date” for Turtle Bay was voted the #1 best hookup bar by the NY post!
If Summer is your perfect excuse to throw a party then great news: Turtle Bay makes it easy for you to plan your shin dig online; visit http://www.turtlebaynyc.com/ and check out your options on the right hand side. Their convenient open bar party packages allow you to book a great night for your guests for only $20-$40 a person.
Located at 230 Fifth Ave (only a few subway stops away from Turtle Bay) is the famous 230 FIFTH nightclub. Voted NYC’s #1 Rooftop Garden and Fully Enclosed Penthouse Lounge, 230 FIFTH invites you to enjoy their 365 degree view of NYC’s impressive skyline.
Their enclosed rooftop allows you to keep the party going, rain or shine. On weekends stop by and enjoy the best brunch in town. Though it is summer, if the weather decides to be chilly you might be given one of their ‘signature’ hooded, red robes.
Speaking of brunch, you are now able to make reservations for brunch, book VIP bottle service and plan parties online via http://rooftopreservation.com/, thanks to YourPortal.
Hitting NYC this summer? Don’t let this season pass without stopping by these local treasures. Already been? Comment below and let us know what you thought. Follow @ProjectParties on twitter and like us on Facebook for more great venues and party info.
Father’s Day is this weekend (Sunday 6/17… in case you forgot)! What better way celebrate dad than to spend time at some Chicago hot spots? Whether your dad’s a sports fanatic or a serious foodie, we’ve gotgreat ideas that are sure to please.
Sports FanDadic (Ha! So Cheesy):
It’s NBA Finals; watch the Heat vs. Thunder at one of Chicago’s best sports bars, The Scout. Their walls are decked with 34 HD flat screens for dad’s (and your) viewing pleasure. Want to make it an all day event? The Scout’s Sunday brunch is known throughout Chicago and is sure to put a smile on dad’s face; start with brunch then kick around until the game starts at 7pm. Book a private table & “Sports Package” at http://www.TheScoutEvents.com/.
The Scout on 1301 S. Wabash Ave.
If your dad is a Cubs fan, head over to Wrigley to see them take on the Red Sox. Try to get tickets ASAP, but if you can’t find any, watch the game from Casey Moran’s famous Wrigleyville Beergarden. Visit CaseyMoransEvents.com for details.
Men love beer. Men love bacon. Put them together and you’ve just provided the best Father’s Day dad could ask for. Paddy Long’s Beer and Bacon Pub offers a beer and bacon tasting where you can sample five seasonal beers with five cuts of bacon. Sadly, Sunday is all booked up, but there are still Saturday night spots, so head over to http://www.paddylongs.com/ to reserve online!
Does dad like pig roasts? We have two locations to try!
- Chicago’s New Asian Restaurant, Sunda, is having a Father’s Day Pig Roast where you treat dad to a special menu of roasted pig, chicken and duck with a selection of sides. Top things off with their $8 bloody mary bar. Make a reservation online via their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sundachicago
- Head over to Frontier in West Town Chicago for a whole roast pig feast served up with a house-made Cesar and their famous mac & cheese. Check out TheFrontierEVENTS.com for details and to book reservations, online.
Hope you and your Dad have a safe, fun and happy Father’s Day!
Nothing compares to your 20’s. Lessons of heartbreaks, scholastic woes, roommate turmoil and the true start of the never-ending journey to figuring out who you are and who you want to be are all included in this decade of your life. But the best part about your 20’s is that you get to make a shit ton of mistakes & have a shit ton of fun while doing it!
While Chicago is crawling with pubs & clubs, there’s one nightlife venue that stands above the rest. The Proof is in the VIP experience.
Proof nightclub, conveniently located in the heart of the Gold Coast on Rush, has two unique floors of nightlife that cater to your desires. The exclusive VIP sections are separated from the main club area with unique elevations and glass.
Proof has a more intimate setting on the second floor, where you can enjoy table service with friends, or even book your own sinfully private party. Bars are located throughout the club and extensive champagne and bottle service lists are available at all tables.
So what sets Proof apart from the rest? There’s a good chance you’ll see some celebrity action. Proof is regularly visited by celebrities and athletes such as LMFAO, Whitney Port, Tom Green, MTV’s Ronnie Margo, Michael Trevino, Dennis Quaid & the list goes on and on. What better way to get crazy and create some 20-something stories than starting a sentence with “This one night I met…”
LMFAO & Far East Movement
Michael Trevino from the Vampire Diaries
Alas, not every night can include someone famous. But no worries; at Proof, every night is VIP.
To experience Proof and book a party package online visit ProjectParties.com or Proofchicagoparties.com.
Nothing will make your Mother’s Day more special than an awesome brunch. It’s quick, easy and guaranteed to be delicious. Here are 5 Chicago brunch spots that will definitely give the mom in your life a meal she will remember.
Bull and Bear
Located in the heart of River North, Bull and Bear has a very wallet-friendly brunch. We recommend the silver dollar pancake trio where mom can choose her combo from strawberry, blueberry, banana, chocolate chip or regular. Give her celebration some oomph with their $15 bottomless mimosas! BullandBearEvents.com
If you’re on the west side of town and feeling adventurous Frontier is great brunch spot for you. Get mom the Crab Benedict or try the fried rabbit and waffles. They are even offering a special “Mother’s Day Brunch” menu that includes 3 courses for only $25. TheFrontierEVENTS.com
If you mom likes a laid back, saloon atmosphere take her to Butch McGuire’s on Near North Side Chicago. Satisfy her tastebuds with an order of chorizo hash or steak and eggs. http://butchmcguires.com/
Is mom a bacon lover? Take her to The Fifty/50 for the all you can eat bacon special. They are famous for their thick cut maple glazed & they also serve up a tasty big country scramble. http://www.thefifty50.com/
Declan Irish Pub
Last, but certainly not least is Declan’s in Old Town where you can enjoy brunch on the patio. Their authentic Irish flare brings something different to the brunch mix. Famous for their shepherd’s pie, they may be an unconventional choice but a delicious one nonetheless. https://declansirishpub.projectparties.com/
Happy Mother’s Day!
Last week we told you 40s are the new 30s – well then, 30s are the new 20s! Your 30s are perfect; you’re not too young and overly wild but you’re definitely not old and tired. You’ve reached a new level of partying maturity and we’ve got the perfect venue for you.
Bull and Bear is a classic Chicago spot for people in their 30s looking for
a more polished experience. Located right off the Brown Line in River North, this bar has
become a causal hot-spot.
Bull and Bear is one of the few bars that have Table Tap technology. This pay-as-you-pour
method is a refined experience that brings new meaning to the “no-wait” service standard.
The amount of beer consumed is displayed at your table, allowing you to keep track of your
tab. It couldn’t be any easier.
We couldn’t talk about Bull and Bear without mentioning their delicious and wallet-
friendly brunch. For the morning after partying we recommend the silver dollar pancake
trio where you choose your combo from strawberry, blueberry, banana, chocolate chip
or regular. And who could do brunch without their favorite hangover cure? That’s right,
bottomless mimosas – only $15!
Make sure you check out BullandBearEvents.com for their featured specials, weekly events and all
your private party needs. Trust us; you can’t go wrong with Bull and Bear, where your 30s
are even better than your 20s.
You hit your 40s…you could be feeling a little down, but don’t! Haven’t you heard? 40 is the new 30! While this statement is true, it only holds up if you’re at the right bar – otherwise you’re surrounded by 25 year olds and feeling not-so-young again.
It’s time to party with a more upscale crowd. Frontier has just the atmosphere you need. After a long day at work just head over to Frontier’s warm, multi-level space featuring a 40-foot bar, private party room, open-air kitchen and beer garden. The tavern has state-of-the-art ice taps with 16 seasonal and traditional beers, over 20 varieties of canned and bottled beers, specialty cocktails and wine pairings. You can grab dinner and drinks on the main level and then head upstairs to the lounge to watch your favorite game.
Have a rough Monday? Check out Frontier’s “Odd Bit Monday.” You can enjoy exotic dishes, 1/2 off wine bottles and 22oz craft bottles. They have deals everyday of the week and they recently started serving lunch.
Frontier is the place you can go where you won’t have to worry about being the new 30. You can simply be yourself; 40 and all.