Davis Theater, Chicago
The Davis Theater will reopen in 2016 after an amazing renovation. The new concept will include a full-service bar/restaurant, Carbon Arc Bar & Board.
The Davis Theater, was originally known as the Pershing Theater. The Pershing Theater was built in 1918 and was named after First World War General of the Armies, John J. Pershing. It is the only remaining theater of five built in Lincoln Square, and one of the few neighborhood theaters still…
This is a great place to see a movie. The theater was renovated recently and is a historic landmark. The oldest continually operating theater in Chicago! You can carry in food from Carbon Arc or eat before or after the show.
No-frills neighborhood budget movie theater showing current popular films in an old-school space. 10 min drive, 37m transit, long 48m walk.
“A big park that often has summer concerts or movies in the park. Also, it is surrounded by the very bustling bar/restaurant neighborhoods of Lincoln Square and North Center.”
“Chicago's famous folk music school with concerts, classes and workshops. Concerts on Wednesdays are free (donation-only) with world-class musical artists!”
“The rooftop is only open Thurs-Sunday in the summer months but it's a fun place to grab a brat or hot dog and beer.”
“Independently owned bookstore and cafe in Lincoln Square. Stop by to browse their shelves, attend one of their frequent events, or enjoy a selection of wine, beer, sandwiches, and pastries in the cafe. ”