Tommy Gun's Garage
Give the correct password at the door and you’ll be transported to a 1920s-era speakeasy, complete with period memorabilia, photos, and a 1928 Ford Model A. Sing and dance to songs by performers such as Duke Ellington as you sit down for dinner, which includes your choice of entrée, plus side dishes and dessert. Drinks are available for purchase from the bar. Afterward, join the flappers and gangsters for a night of fun.
Things to Know Before You Go
Tommy Gun’s Garage is appropriate for visitors of all ages.
Admission includes the show, dinner, a nonalcoholic drink, taxes, and gratuities.
Dress in period costume to enhance the experience.
Photos aren’t permitted during the show.
How to Get There
Tommy Gun’s Garage is located in Chicago’s South Loop area. Take the “L” Red Line to Cermak-Chinatown or the Metra to McCormick Place. If you’re arriving by car, free parking is available on-site.
When to Get There
The dinner show is held Wednesday through Sunday, with slightly different hours and prices depending on the day. Doors open about 30 minutes before dinner is served, and the show lasts around 90 minutes.
Dinner Theater in Chicago
Fans of dinner theater have a number of options in Chicago. In addition to Tommy Gun’s Garage, popular dinner theaters include the Dinner Detective, an interactive murder mystery dinner show; Tiki Terrace’s Polynesian dinner and show; Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament; and Drury Lane Theatre, which offers dinner show packages.
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