Tommy Gun's Garage welcomes you back to the Roaring Twenties, the era of prohibition, speakeasies, and hotbox entertainment. At Chicago's only original speakeasy dinner theater, you're part of the action. After the cops raid the place, you'd better act like you're at a south side revival meeting, or you may get pulled up on stage to perform a hilarious sobriety test given by Officer Murphy and get 'interviewed' by Vito. Mugs and dolls sing and dance the Charleston and other musical selections from Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Fats Waller, Duke Ellington and more-all played by Chicago's Sinfully Orchestra. Gangsters and flappers serve great food and quality hooch in a speakeasy filled with memorabilia of the times.
Friday show at 7:00 pm; Sunday show at 5:30 pm; Saturday show at 6:00 pm May-October: Open Wednesday at 6:00 pm
May be closed major U.S. holidays
2114 S Wabash Avenue
We recommend taking a taxi from downtown locations. Approximate fare from locations in The Loop is $6-8.
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