One of the city’s most outstanding jazz venues, this place is a must-visit for followers of swing notes and saxophone solos. Also in Bronzeville, the Chicago Bee building is an enthralling Art Deco structure that was originally home to theChicago Bee, a newspaper serving the local African Americans community. It’s now a department of the Chicago Public Library system and just lately underwent a $2 million restoration. Photo by Gary Adcock/Studio 37 (@garyadcock)For breakfast, stop by Batter and Berries.
It specializes in unique and sudden drink concoctions that elevate the exclusive-feeling expertise. The Volkshotel’s seventh-floor bar guarantees a laid-back temper plus pretty views of Amsterdam. A favorite amongst Amsterdam’s digital nomads and the tech scene, the bar offers a cool, pleasant crowd on most nights. On Sundays in winter, non-hotel visitors can inquire about hitting the rooftop scorching tubs. Located on Amsterdam’s favorite homosexual lane,Duke of Tokyotransports revelers to the karaoke havens of Harajuku.