The tucked-away bar above Maddanthony’s Bar is home to
old-school cocktails and a variety of musical talent and nightlife.
Prohibition era-themed cocktails made with name brand, high-end spirits and 100% fresh juices. Live music with performances and dancing is what you will find on the Chicago’s Westside newly opened bar/lounge “The Coco Club”.
The Coco Club (3350 West 47th Steet, Chicago) has it’s concept set to perfection. The new cocktail bar/speakeasy, tucked secretly above Maddanthony’s Bar via an unmarked door and a winding, cream-colored stairwell, is going for that whole 20-30’s Prohibition Era, historic atmosphere—black walls, beautiful soft lighting and sconces adorning the walls, and intimate spaces to sip old-school cocktails and listen the sounds of live entertainment every Friday and Saturday evenings.
The Coco Club’s uniquely talented mixologist, Evan Baden and his staff have created equally alluring drinks—take, for instance, the “Woz” that gets shaken by hand for what seems like an eternity to get the ingredients mixed to perfection. The “Woz” is designed for a sweet tooth in mind. Make sure to ask for one at the bar before a show—Fridays and Saturdays offer a combination of comedian acts as well as easy listening lounge singers and entertainment. It’s a cozy, lively, late-night party perfection on the West side of Chicago.
Entrance into the club are available by reservations only.
Future guests will have the option to sign up for insider information, nightly live entertainment listings and reservations at www.cococlubs.com. Guests can also find Coco Club Chicago on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. For private or corporate event buy-out opportunities, please Email email@example.com or Facebook us. Guests must be 21 years or older.