Bunny Slope

Bars, Cocktail bars River North
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Giving you a steamy new way to enjoy cocktails, Bunny Slope at ACME Hotel mixes the 60’s, ski lodges, hot tubs and drinks into one experience. The ninth concept by the Fifty/50 Restaurant Group, The Bunny Slope invites patrons to indulge in a new bar setting with cocktails like Après Ski and Chalet Frappé. Decorated with snowflakes and skis galore, Bunny Slope offers a kitschy cocktail lounge open for private events of minimum two hours. 

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Venue name: Bunny Slope
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Address: 15 East Ohio Street
Chicago
60611
Cross street: between North State Street and North Wabash Avenue
Opening hours: Mon–Thurs 5 pm–2am, Fri–Sat 3 pm–3am, Sun 2pm-2am
Transport: El: Red to Grand. Bus: 125.
Price: $150
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tastemaker

I booked the place for a group of friends. There is a minimum to book the place, but it's not hard to meet at all. You get your own bartender and can control the music. We went on a Sunday night, so it was more low key drinking, but I could see this place getting pretty rowdy on a Friday or Saturday night private party. The aren't private locker rooms to shower. There's actually a shower right inside the hot tub area. Also, the hot tub is pretty big. You could easily fit 8 people in it. 

I wish the drink menu was a little more extensive. 

Tastemaker

What a fun venue to host a party! My friends surprised me with The Bunny Slope for my birthday - it's a hidden room downstairs inside of the Acme Hotel, with your own personal bartender, hot tub and ski-slope themed decor ... or "the secret hot tub" as I put it, after a few cocktails. You can rent the space for 2 hours and do have a minimum for the tab (which isn't hard to hit). Definitely a unique way to party instead of heading to the club! Here's a photo below of us taking group shots from skis. Weird, and fun.