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Untitled Supper Club

Bars, Lounges River North
4 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)
Untitled Supper Club
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Untitled Supper Club

Time Out says

At 18,000 square feet, this underground lounge is enormous, the space broken up into a labyrinthine set of handsomely designed rooms designated for cocktailing (we like the Bitter Bonnie, made with tequila, grapefruit and Campari), ambitious dining (pan-roasted skate) and live performances by swing orchestras and rockabilly outfits.



Address: 111 W Kinzie St
Cross street: between LaSalle and Clark Sts
Transport: El: Brown, Purple to Merchandise Mart, Red to Grand. Bus: 11, 22, 125.
Price: Average cocktail: $11
Opening hours: Tue, Wed 4:30pm–1am; Thu, Fri 4:30pm–2am; Sat 4:30pm–3am; Sun 4:30pm–midnight (closed Mon)
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Users say (5)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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I've never been here for a show, but I I'm impressed with this bar every time I come. It has multiple rooms and multiple bars downstairs, with different music. It's different from the other River North clubs and I think the crowd is *slightly classier. 


I've been to Untitled numerous times and will probably be back, but it's a hit-or-miss place imho. At this point, I would narrow it down and say this place is better to hit up on a Wednesday or a Thursday night than it is on a weekend. I've never tried going here for a show, so can't comment on that.  

The whiskey list is incredible. No one can doubt that aspect. Whoever does obviously doesn't know or like whiskey. There are also Brand Ambassadors at this place quite often willing to dish out free "samples" for those who look like they know their business (I fit into the category. I'm not an alcoholic, I'm a connoisseur...). Besides that, the place is absolutely massive, offering different experiences for different crowds. There is a dancefloor, a back lounge, a dining room, and another cigar lounge-style room with big couches. I prefer the lounge areas. 

However, this place unfortunately usually ends up turning into a typical River North shitshow where no one can move or put in a drink order without waiting ten minutes with your $$waving in the air... Like most places in this trendy, overpriced, and overrated hood, it isn't worth waiting in line for. There are enough dance clubs in this neighborhood - do away with the dance floor and stick to your bread and butter, which is your whiskey list!

I'm sure I'll go back to Untitled eventually, but I didn't fall in love with this bar. The crowd and dj make it or break it if you go on a weekend, so you're never exactly sure what you're going to get. The staff is friendly for the most part, but I've never felt welcome when I was there; I got snarky responses when I asked questions, even though I'd never been there before. Overall, it’s a good bar with decent drinks, try the sidecar, but I wouldn’t say that it’s necessarily worth all the hype it gets.

Absolute magic! Friendly staff, craft cocktails, great food. Bands playing, berlesque show performance, dj spinning all the time something is going on there! Love this place!


Drinks were strong (in a good way!) and showcased their impressive whiskey collection. On the food side of things, we were really happy with the quality but less so with the quantity. I'm always a fan of the shared plates style of eating, but the "big plates" weren't big enough to really share beyond a couple bites. Plan to get one big plate and one small plate for every two people (and maybe an extra side as well). My recommendations: Pork Belly Bao, Smoked Chicken & Sausage, and Bok Choy. I'll definitely visit again and hope to experience the entertainment side of the venue next time!