As you can see below the Hideout was recently featured on the popular wedding blog, Rock N’ Roll Bride, thanks to Kat and Mat who had their beautiful wedding here this summer. If you or anyone you know is interested in having a wedding here, please feel free to email, firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. […]
Our very own Martha Bayne wrote a incredibly thought provoking piece on hunger in Time Out Chicago this week that we highly recommend reading.
“With these gray October clouds rolling in, a musical journey to Jamaica followed by good local music sounds like the perfect tonic. Film programmer extraordinaire Michael Phillips says this event, called “The First Menagerie” will be followed by others. If Rockers and Magical, Beautiful are the sorts of creatures we can expect to find more of, that is welcome […]
Great little piece you can read here on Chicago’s country music scene via Newsday/CBS News. “The Hideout is another hidden music gem, tucked away on an almost abandoned-looking side street in an old factory neighborhood northwest of downtown. A homey tavern with a back-room hall that resembles a North Woods rec room, the Hideout features […]
Here’s a fantastic time-lapse video made by our dear friend Kathleen Judge going over the making her poster for this year’s Block Party / A.V. Fest!
Check out this sweet video of Kelly Hogan and her band covering The Hold Steady’s “Constructive Summer” on the front porch of the Hideout for The Onion A.V. Club’s Undercover Series.
Hey Hey Everyone, Tonight it’s another edition of Hideout Veggie Bingo. Tonight the illustrious Hot Doug will not only be donating some tasty dogs as he does every week, but he will also be calling out the numbers! Later this evening the Immediate Sound Series presents the Horist / Gray Duo and the Baker / […]
Here’s a sweet story about one of our favorite Hideout bartenders ever, Kelly Hogan. Be sure to pick up her amazing new album I Like To Keep Myself In Pain which drops Tuesday June 5th on Anti Records.
Congratulations to our very own Martha Bayne for her 2012 Time Out Chicago Eat Out Award for, Most Palatable Evangelism! It seemed like just another excuse for Blue Liners to drink and brood together. But in the three years since Martha Bayne started Soup & Bread, a weekly event that runs from January to April […]
Click on the video to tune in and see out very own Martha Bayne on WGN-TV talking about Soup & Bread to the daytime television audiences of Cook County!