Middag og show i Tommy Gun's Garage
Entering Tommy Gun's Garage through the "El" tracks, you'll swear you've time traveled back to the 1920s and the era of speakeasies! You'll see silent movies playing, memorabilia from the 1920s, the Boss's 1928 Model A Ford car, a replica of the wall from the St. Valentines Day Massacre and pictures of gangsters and coppers from those times.
The "Mugs" and "Molls" dance and sing to Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Fats Waller, Duke Ellington and more ... All played by Chicago's Sinfully Orchestra.
After a great dinner of pasta, steak, fish or chicken, join "Vito", "Gloves", the "Mugs" and the "Molls" for non-stop comedy and dangerous fun, as they entertain you with singing, dancing, and a LOT of audience participation!
You'll be raided by the cops, complete with raid sirens and flashing lights. Perhaps you'll even be pulled up onstage to perform a hilarious sobriety test given by Officer Murphy, and be "interviewed" by Vito!
- Local taxes
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Wheelchair accessible
- Adult pricing applies to all travelers
We had so many laughs. Food was really good. The staff excellent. My partner “John” loved being involved in the police raid. Would recommend this for all visitors
From start to finish this was a swell time in the toddlin' town! We were greeted at the secret 'speakeasy' by a mob boss- password required- and then treated very well by an amazing staff of characters. The fun peek back into Chicago's history included a very spirited variety review by talented performers. A great way to spend a night in Chicago!
Food was great, we had prime steak, really enjoyed the whole experience.
5 star rating all 8 in our party are still talking about the show and surprisingly the food was great too. When we go again we will go in period clothing to enhance the experience
What a night. Fantastic food, great entertainment. I would definetly do this again if i am in Chicago.
Simply Awsome, fantastic night, would recomend everyone goes, it's really important to soak up the atmosphere and the mood, get involved and you will love it.
Fun place. Food was better than expected. Cast members wait on tables. Show was entertaining. The only thing negative was the behavior of master-of-ceremonies who is really into himself and uses derogatory humor toward the guests.