Our Favorite Venues For This Fall Season


    It’s October and the wind from the Lake Michigan is getting chillier as the fall season creeps in. We have compiled a few of our favorite rustic and cozy venues in Chicago that are worth checking out this season. We want to make sure to bring you the most unique venues to your attention so your next event can stand out. 


    Fulton Market Kitchen in the West Loop

    Brique in the West Loop
    Shine on in this spotless Chicago loft that's ready for the trendy and sophisticated to come together for anything you're up for—wedding reception, company luncheon, or holiday party. The space features brick walls, exposed beams, and gold capiz chandeliers. The dark gray finished concrete floors exude a cool, chic vibe, which perfectly balances the nautical farmhouse look of the venue.

    Frontier in Wicker Park 
    The Frontier is one of Chicago's hottest venues for parties, events, and much more. They have a variety of different drink & food options to help you plan the perfect event. Their upstairs lounge, the Elixir Room, is perfect for special events and semi-private or completely private gatherings. Its highlights include a full bar, a DJ booth, and numerous flat screen TVs along with a private restroom. The lounge has two large-screen AV projectors, suitable for viewing parties and major sporting events. A stone fireplace warms the room on cold nights.

    Barcocina in Lakeview
    Come gather with friends in walls lined with open-air garage doors among rustic reclaimed wood and sensual fireplaces. Barcocina will accommodate fiestas up to 400 people. Barcocina prides itself in the flexibility to cater to the needs of its' customers.

    Fulton Market Kitchen  in the West Loop 
    Inspired by the decadent and clever 1980s NYC art scene and the Wynwood Walls in Miami, Alonso worked with local artists and Alex Morales of Smartmouth Designs to help execute and elevate his artistic vision and design. Pursuing this vision to surround guests with several artistic styles on the walls, the art collection is the result of collaboration with several contributing artists. The space itself boasts 20 foot ceilings and design characteristics unique to Fulton Market Kitchen alone.