Tips for Chicago Theater Works

1113 W. Belmont Ave. Chicago IL 60657
Goldstar

25 Chicago Theater Works Tips

  • Casual 3
  • Take public transit 1
  • Park in lot 1
  • Parking is cheap 1
Joseph Kalil
1 events
1 review
0 stars
The weather was Warm . I wore Jeans and casual shirt .
Richard Anton
21 events
9 reviews
4 stars
Setting is shared table CABARET setting -- a few 4-tops, but mostly 8-top banquet tables. Arrive early to get settled in comfortably, and get drinks from the bar!
Jenni Ricketts
Jenni Ricketts
10 events
3 reviews
21 stars
I wore a dress. Tip: Have fun dressing up. Flashy 80's wedding attire & makeup would work if you want to get really into it!.
Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding
John Franquelli
2 events
1 review
0 stars
Take advantage of the pre-paid parking as for $15.00, you can't beat the location.
John Franquelli
2 events
1 review
0 stars
The weather was Windy and cold.. I wore Casual attire proved perfectly appropriate. .
Double D
60 events
31 reviews
8 stars
if you go to the one with light supper, do save some room to actually eat there including cake !.
Goldstar Member
22 events
20 reviews
101 stars
Light meal is salad, beef stew, rolls, and cake. Those with a heartier appetite, like my teenager, will want to eat before or after.
Goldstar Member
22 events
20 reviews
101 stars
There is a parking garage two blocks away next to the Vic Theatre.
Rosie
16 events
9 reviews
16 stars
Food was included with the show. Cash Food included. Cash bar.
Rosie
16 events
9 reviews
16 stars
The weather was sunny & cool. I wore jeans and cute top.
Lori Equihua Guerrero
1 events
1 review
0 stars
A fun experience in this tiny little theater company.
Lori Equihua Guerrero
1 events
1 review
0 stars
Dinner was served with this show and it was delicious
Lori Equihua Guerrero
1 events
1 review
0 stars
The weather was Cold.
Lori Equihua Guerrero
1 events
1 review
0 stars
After 6 on the most side streets near the theater
MN Wild Fan
15 events
6 reviews
39 stars
Get your drinks in the lobby the line at the bar inside was really long.

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