Lincoln Park Weekend Guide – January 5 – 8
Posted on January 3, 2017
Made plans for the weekend? How about some friendly competition and delicious eats? Or, if you’d rather find a way to escape into a whole new world, here’s a list of some of the great shows in Lincoln Park this weekend.
Lincoln Park Social
Burnt City Brewery
2747 N. Lincoln
Enjoy one of Burnt City Brewery’s 13 craft beers on tap and bowl a round. Walk-ins are welcome or you can reserve a lane online.
Dave & Buster’s
1030 N. Clark
Feeling aggressive? Head over to Dave & Buster’s to check out their new Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots arcade. While you’re there, grab a drink, a snack and check the score in their sports bar.
Diversey River Bowl
2211 W. Diversey
Want to have fun and meet new people this winter? Join a Diversey River Bowl League! Choose from one of four leagues including Sunday Mixed League, Beer Tasting League, Pizza and Beer League and Funtimers League. Hang out with old friends, make new ones, and get some tasty food and drinks.
800 W. Scott
Interested in pursuing bodyflight as a sport? iFly can design a training program to help you progress in your flying skills. iFLY also offers opportunities to get involved in local flight training nights that allow you to meet other participants and build your skills.
King’s Lincoln Park
1500 N. Clybourn
Get everyone on their feet and head over to King’s Lincoln Park for a night of great food, drinks and bowling. King’s is great for a family outing, date night, a corporate event or a fun night out with friends.
1825 W. Webster
If you’re bored, then you need to head over to WhirlyBall featuring two stories and 50,000 square feet of fun times with three WhirlyBall courts, 12 bowling lanes and a multi-level lasertag arena that accommodates up to 30 players at time.
Lincoln Park Theater
Damn, Gina! Beats a Dead Horse @ iO Theater
“Confidently executed and wonderfully twisted and absurdist…held together by strong chemistry among the cast.” – Chicago Tribune
Fantastic Super Great Nation Numero Uno @ The Second City e.t.c.
The Second City e.t.c.’s 41st revue, Fantastic Super Great Nation Numero Uno, reminds us that as divided as the nation may be, there is still hilarity in our humanity.
Her America @ Greenhouse Theater Center
Greenhouse Theater Center continues its Solo Celebration! Series with the world premiere of Brett Neveu’s haunting drama Her America, starring veteran Chicago and Broadway actress Kate Buddeke.
The Christians @ Steppenwolf
“Everything about Irwin’s performance shows what that can do to a pastor who embraces personal change. (Highly Recommended)” – Chicago Tribune
The Winner…of Our Discontent @ The Second City
“incisive, insightful, inspirational and, perhaps most importantly, hilarious.” – New City
Pygmalion @ Greenhouse Theater Center
“…bristles with intelligence, passion, and hilarity.” – Chicago Reader
Whirled News Tonight @ iO Theater
“…this is a brainy, quick-witted group!” – Chicago Tribune