24 hours for the Partier
If you're going to be drinking all day long, you'll want to prime your stomach with a hardy, greasy breakfast. The pulled pork tacos or the huevos rancheros should help protect your liver from the beating it's about to undergo, so long as you order them "con todo."
Hop on the 56 bus or walk to Trencherman and order the Wake & Bake cocktail. This has both of the things that you'll need to start your day of partying: caffeine and alcohol. The drink has both coffee liqueur and Kringle cream, which should have you feeling like a champion.
The best thing about a Cubs game is that no one in the crowd really cares if the home team wins or loses. So long as you're inebriated, you won't either. Grab a dog and drink some overpriced beers in the historic stadium.
The area around Belmont and Clark is covered in smoke shops, which you'll need to take advantage of if you want to take your day of partying to the next level. Walk south down Clark Street from Wrigley Field to check out some of the headiest glass in town. Grab a water pipe or a vaporizer and hit up your personal herbalist for a consultation.
What better way to keep your bender going than by heading to the city's largest craft brewery? You'll probably need to cab it down to Little Village from the North Side, but it'll be worth the fare. Live music starts at 3pm on the weekends and free tours are offered throughout the afternoon. Consider taking a growler to go just in case your buzz starts to fade.
Hop on the Pink Line, get off in the Loop and walk three blocks to the River North spot. Celebrate your accomplished day of partying with a filling dinner at RPM—you're going to need some food in your belly to get you through the rest of the night.
It's a short walk from RPM to Three Dots, but be sure to remember that the entrance is in the alleyway. The drinks at the tiki bar are, to put it lightly, strong. Order a daiquiri or another Caribbean-inspired drink and try to remember what's next on your itinerary.
You'll have to cross both the river and the interstate in order to get to the Mid from Three Dots, which can be daunting after 12 hours of continuous drinking. A cab might be your best bet at this point. Upon arrival, secure a table and ask for a "bottle to pop." This will not be cheap whatsoever, but hey, you deserve to celebrate your conquest of sobriety.
Head to Avondale via cab, Blue Line or a stranger's car, because the people of the Northwest Side deserve to hear you belt out R. Kelly's "Ignition Remix." Karaoke at Alice's makes the singer feel like they're on a real stage with an adoring crowd.
It's a quick cab ride from Alice's to The Owl, which closes at 5am on Saturday nights. The line might be a bit long, but there should be a stand selling Polishes or tamales to keep you occupied. Upon entry, grab a drink and start dancing because this is the final leg of a legendary day.
The best of boutique and luxury synthesised into one Hotel, Public Chicago is the reimagined reincarnation of the Ambassador East Hotel with an updated modern design. The Hotel features a full service bar, screening room, coffee house and fitness center. The on-site restaurant, The Pump Room, has been operating since 1938.