Lincoln Park Weekend Guide – January 11 – 14
Posted on January 10, 2018
Looking to warm up this weekend? Make the most of the great indoors by making brunch plans, seeing great art and theater or visiting one of Lincoln Park’s acclaimed museums.
Art Design Chicago 2018
Art Design Chicago will feature more than 25 exhibitions and hundreds of public programs, presented throughout 2018. Chicago is home to major art schools, art libraries, art museums, public art, galleries, and hundreds of artists. While the majority of Art Design Chicago activity will take place in and around Chicago, several of the exhibitions are expected to tour nationally and internationally, growing Chicago’s profile as a global cultural capital.
Friday, January 11 – Sunday, March 25
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
DePaul Art Museum
935 W. Fullerton
Apres Ski Party @ Gaslight
Break out your ski suit and head over to Gaslight Bar & Brille for an Apres Ski Party featuring shotski’s, an ice luge and DJ.
Saturday, January 13
12:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Gaslight Bar & Grille
2450 N. Clark
Lincoln Park Theater
Rose @ Greenhouse Theater Center
Raves from the Chicago Tribune for Rose! “One of the best performances of the year…TERRIFIC!” – Chris Jones
Now Playing through March 11
Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln
BLKS @ Steppenwolf Theatre
Three friends. One messed up night. A whole lot of growing pains.
Now Playing through January 28
1650 N. Halsted
Lincoln Park Comedy
The Harold @ iO Theater
Created by Del Close and Charna Halpern, The Harold is iO’s signature long-form piece. The piece begins with a single audience suggestion, and from there, a team of improvisers explore the suggestion by creating disparate stories, characters and themes that eventually weave together seamlessly, like the instruments of a jazz band.
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1501 N. Kingsbury
The Second City’s She the People
This mimosa-and-madness-fueled foray from The Second City roasts the patriarchy, taking on everything from having it all…to having that sick feeling your government is trying to send you back to the Middle Ages.
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UP Comedy Club
230 W. North
The Lakefront Restaurant at Theater on the Lake
2401 N Lake Shore
Located in the historic Theater on the Lake building at Fullerton, The Lakefront Restaurant is an upscale tavern with seating for 125 at intimate tables, communal seating and a lounge area.
2075 N. Lincoln
Sidle up to the bar and chat with the neighbors at this New American restaurant in the heart of Lincoln Park.
2100 N. Halsted
Admire the chandeliers while you have a glass of wine, savour Chef Dominique’s French feasts and enjoy warm service.
1500 N. Wells
From updated takes on traditional steak classics to inventive steak-inspired bites, the menu has a little bit of everything. Their multi-level space features a grand spiral staircase from lower-level to top, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Wells Street and a flair for musical touches and moody hues throughout.
Make sure to check out our brunch guide to see if you tried all of our neighborhood gems!
Lincoln Park Culture
The Bird House @ Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
See and meet gorgeous exotic birds without leaving the city! The Bird House features live, loud, and beautiful macaws, stunning aracari, exotic serama chickens, and native bobwhite quails.
Open through June 18
Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
2430 N. Cannon
New Arrivals @ Lincoln Park Zoo
The species at Lincoln Park Zoo connect visitors with amazing animals and wild places around the globe. New arrivals to the zoo include Goeldi’s Monkey, Plains Zebras, Northern Helmeted Curassow and Red-and-Yellow Barbet.
Open Every Day
Weekends – 10:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Lincoln Park Zoo
2001 N. Clark