Join us every Wednesday through Saturday for dinner and drinks paired with live entertainment.

Shows are free to attend but reservations are highly recommended. Not all reservations may be within view of the performance. Please mention that you would like to be seated by the entertainment in the "Special Request" section of your OpenTable reservation.

If you would like to book a table for one of our Unbridled shows please contact our team at VIP@untitled111.com

Unbridled

Thu, Mar 31, 8:30pm

Your favorite burlesque & variété show.

Performers hypnotize with gravity-defying aerial acts, sensual burlesque numbers, playful acrobatics and much much more. You won’t be disappointed… but the performers may leave you wanting more.



The Hemispheres

Fri, Apr 1, 8:00pm

The Chicago-based Hemispheres band and their rotating cast of accomplished front men and women pay homage to the legends of Soul, Motown, and classic R&B.



Mario Abney

Sat, Apr 2, 8:00pm

Mario Abney is a trumpeter, composer, bandleader based in New Orleans and was regular on the HBO series Tremé. He developed his chops in hometown of Chicago at Fred Anderson’s legendary Velvet Lounge. The young and talented Abney has a style and energy that delights audiences everywhere. He has been compared to the genius of Miles Davis and the leadership and insight of Art Blakey.  Mario fuses the music of New Orleans, Chicago Jazz, Blues, R & B, into his original compositions.



Andrew Diehl & The Nightmen

Wed, Apr 6, 7:30pm

Andrew Diehl & The Nightmen deliver a heavy hit of electric blues and vintage rock n’ roll.



Absinthe Minded (Whiskey Library)

Wed, Apr 6, 8:00pm

Absinthe Minded: Mind-bending performances, table-side absinthe dispensers, curated cocktails and more.



Unbridled

Thu, Apr 7, 8:30pm

Your favorite burlesque & variété show.

Performers hypnotize with gravity-defying aerial acts, sensual burlesque numbers, playful acrobatics and much much more. You won’t be disappointed… but the performers may leave you wanting more.



Brother John Kattke

Sat, Apr 23, 8:00pm

Brother John has been a resident musician at Buddy Guy’s Legends in Chicago for 30 years. For more than a quarter of a century he has scoured the clubs of the city, taking turns on guitar or keyboards, when he’s not directing studio horn arrangements or playing keyboards on some albums, such as the latest Toronzo Cannon release, “The Chicago Way.” He has played with Eric Clapton, Steve Miller, the Black Crowes, and acquired ringing endorsements from many other musicians of renown.



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