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Untitled Supper Club

Chicago, IL
PHONE

(312) 880-1511

HOURS
Closed now
111 W Kinzie St Chicago, IL, 60654
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Reviews

  • John Bristol 10 days ago

    Most amazing place ever! I knew nothing about it. Once I arrived I was amazed at the atmosphere. It was Motown night and the band was fantastic. Great food. wonderful time was had by my entire group

  • Erik Kellogg 16 days ago

    One of my favorite places of all time in Chicago. They have something for everyone. My favorite is the Thursday night variety show. They also have a really cool lounge with over 300 bourbons to try.

  • Logan Stewart 23 days ago

    Came here for a conference dinner. Large amount of bourbons and whiskeys available, though that’s not really me. The food was pretty good for what we had, but I don’t know what the actual menu looks like. The ambience is cool.

  • Ken Levinson 29 days ago

    Far from just your average spot for dinner. We recently had our law firm anniversary party at Untitled and had a blast. The food and drinks were first rate. The service was wonderful. Moreover, the live music was outstanding. I highly recommend you consider this spot for your next party or night out.

  • Aaron Lindloff 30 days ago

    Had I checked their website more thoroughly, I could have saved my wife and me some discomfort. But it's made us a fun story. I always wanted to go to one of these "in-the-know" places downtown. Untitled is that, with its barely noticeable street entrance and the bouncer waiting inside. Downstairs is a very cool place, with multiple rooms, each uniquely decorated. Hostess asked if we wanted a quiet room or the music. We chose medium, just inside the live music room. Excellent neo jazz band that night. But then they took a break. When I came back from the posh restroom, a woman glided on stage to some "jazzy" music. Maybe to sing a solo? She made some hip and shoulder movements in a burlesque fashion, and indeed the music seemed to fit. The crowd whistled and laughed, and it seemed like the joke was made. But then she turned her back to us, eased off her wrap, and flung it away. At this point I scanned the many tables of classy guests. Oddly, no one seemed surprised. I hurried back to the lobby to intercept my wife returning from the restroom. She replied, "You stay here. I'm going to see this." On our walk back to the hotel, I had some convincing to do. It helped to learn just a few days later that a friend of ours had the same experience at Untitled Supper Club.

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