Dating birthday ideas
It's near impossible not to pick up on the sexy vibes in the dimly lit, curtained-off rooms in one of Chicago's top hookah bars.
Also, there’s something about lounging atop pillows on the floor that makes conversation flow easier.
If both of you channeled Michael Jackson and Madonna growing up, Danny’s -- a neighborhood favorite for cheap drinks and up-all-night dancing with throwback '80s and '90s tunes -- is a must-visit for testing out your moves together.
Attend Adler Planetarium's After Dark event (21 ) on the third Thursday of each month to enjoy cocktails and one-of-a-kind views of the Chicago skyline.
Finish off with a nightcap downstairs at modern-day piano lounge Tack Room or the basement-level Punch House, where live DJs and expertly crafted cocktails ensure good vibes.
Get up close and personal while cooking side-by-side at The Chopping Block.
A night out at Dusek’s, Punch House, Tack Room, and Thalia Hall is like four dates in one.
Chicago has no shortage of skyline views, but the one from Cindy’s at the Chicago Athletic Association -- complete with vistas of Millennium Park, Lake Michigan, and the Jay Pritzker Pavilion -- has date night written all over it.Skip having to spend money on someone you just met with Free Thursdays at the Art Institute of Chicago (you like free stuff, right? Heads you’re taking the CTA, tails you’re taking a cab.) -- which will both make you seem cultured and give you plenty to talk about. For every decision you need to make, take turns flipping.Choose from demonstration classes, interactive classes, or wine classes. They've got some of the cheapest vino bottles you’ll find in Chicago, and you’ll be sent home with lots of leftovers.Day drinking leads to night drinking which leads to 2am burritos at Tony’s or Burrito House.