About Downtown Chicago
Downtown Chicago, also known as "The Loop", is the major business district in Chicago. The Loop in Chicago Downtown is the beauty of the Chicago Skyline. Skyscrapers tower above the Chicago city streets. Below the skyline you will find many restaurants, bars, shopping & attractions. Restaurants in Downtown Chicago vary from Chicago Pizza restaurants to a variety of ethnic restaurants. Downtown Chicago nightlife is filled with everything from sports bars to Irish pubs. Happy Hour hot spots can be found along many of the streets of Downtown Chicago. Looking for places to shop? Downtown Chicago shopping includes upscal shopping centers, specialty shops & boutique stores. You will also find many theaters, attractions & special events. Be sure to check out the Cultural & Theater District in Downtown Chicago and the nearby Magnificent Mile and West Loop neighborhoods.
Events in Downtown Chicago
Chicago Scots To Host 19th Annual Kilted Classic, Reimagined
The Chicago Scots, the oldest non-profit organization in Illinois, is thrilled to announce their 19th Annual Kilted Classic Reimagined, running Thursday, October 1 to Sunday, October 4. 2020.
JazzAid Live at the Banyan Bowl an Eight LiveStream Pay Per View Concert Series
at Pinecrest Gardens
Enjoy world class jazz masters from the safety of your home. This 8-concert livestream pay-per-view jazz concert series will support World Central Kitchen and support the arts at a time where social distancing dictates. $15 per concert or $100 for all 8 c
Pinecrest Gardens presents 'Banyan Bowl Live” Featuring Jon Secada
at Online event
With a career spanning over two decades, two Grammy Awards, 20 million albums sold, and starring roles on Broadway, the acclaimed Jon Secada established himself as one of the first bilingual artists to have international crossover success
Offshore and Pinot’s Palette Host Monet-Inspired Paint & Sips Throughout Septemb
at Offshore Chicago
Offshore, the World’s Largest Rooftop Deck, who just announced they will remain open on Navy Pier, is continuing their Monet-inspired sunset skyline painting parties with Pinot’s Palette to bring locals two additional classes throughout September.
Russian Tea Time Reopens its Doors
at Russian Tea Time restaurant
Chicago’s iconic culinary treasure, Russian Tea Time has officially reopened their doors with a fresh renovation to their interior after closing last July, and the launch of an extensive carry out and delivery program for patrons to enjoy safety at home.