Our very own Martha Bayne wrote a incredibly thought provoking piece on hunger in Time Out Chicago this week that we highly recommend reading.
“It’s hard to say what it is exactly that makes The Hideout such a great place to see standup comedy. Maybe it’s the low ceilings and summer camp decor, lending a clubhouse vibe to their intimate performance space. Or maybe it’s the venue’s somewhat out-of-the way location, which filters out the riff-raff, assuring an audience of […]
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 […]
We are so pleased to announce that the official Soup and Bread Book Release Party will be taking place here on Wednesday November 2nd. It will be featuring soups from West Town Tavern, Swim Cafe, the Butcher & Larder, Milk & Honey Cafe, Mana Food Bar, Revolution Brewing, Longman & Eagle, Bite Cafe and others! […]
WBEZ: • Eight Forty-Eight interviews the owners and goes over the history of The Hideout • Eight Forty-Eight also interviewed photographer Jim Newberry about shooting in the club and about our upcoming event this evening, Scrapbok: The Hideout Story In Pictures • Jim DeRogatis weighs in on our Block Party lineup Chicago Tribune: • A Day […]
Chicago critics get cozy with the Singleman Affair in anticipation of the band’s record release party tonight (Friday) at our little love shack. Time Out Chicago gives the show a critic’s pick. Robert Loertzel talks to Daniel Schneider on WBEZ.