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Very good time and dinner with a good friend and his son.
Buddy Guy was in the bar, appears on the stage and got a very good night into an unforgettable night.
Good place, good food, good music and legends alive around you.
The main act was on at 9:30, we got there at seven and sat at one of the last tables in the house. When we got there there was a wonderful jazz band, we ate while they played their set. After a short break the...More
We were staying near buddy’s and thought we’d pop in for happy hour because the menu reminded us of the menus of Louisiana. Whilst in there the set up was perfect for a blues club, the happy hour prices were good, the food was tasty...More
If you love blues, this is the place for you ... and if you do not, it is a must visit... u will soon start loving the music genere with all those live performances there.We visited on a Monday, and it was so fun.. god...More
This is my 2nd year at this conference at the Chicago Hilton. Legends is (very) short walking distance from hotel.
The food has been great this year and last.
I will continue to frequent. I believe the prices are reasonable. The service has been great...More
First I have to say the staff was very friendly and accommodating. Next I have to comment on how organized the entire set up was. I love organization and really appreciated that everything was clearly laid out. It was very clear where you could be...More
During the few days of my visit to Chicago I've been there twice. Nice atmosphere, great music including a jam session (always on Mondays). And Buddy himself was on stage.
Meals are alright.
For me, a must in Chicago.
Went here with a work colleague and caught some jazz and a bit of blues on a Sunday afternoon. We had the rack of ribs with coleslaw and a side and it was great. The whole restaurant venue has great sightlines to the stage and...More
Awesome night listening to rockin' johnny Burkin and eating great food. Barmaid was excellent, very attentative despite the amount of people attending the venue. JOHNNY was brilliant. Also seeing Mary Lane as a guest singer made the night extra special.
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