Crimson Lounge

Crimson Lounge


333 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL
(312) 923-2473 serving: Near North Side, Central
open:Mon-Fri 4pm-2am; Sat 4pm-3am; Open Sunday

Sidewalk Score: 8 out of 10

The Low Down


On the Menu: The bar menu features both very light stuff, like truffle oil-doused popcorn, and more substantial items, like sliders with frites.

The Extras: One area near the bar, a little raised and cleared of most furniture, serves as a stage for frequent live music. Expect mostly jazz and DJs.

Parking: Your options abound, from occasional spots along Kinzie to pay lots to valet.

Know Before You Go: They offer table (bottle) service, hotel rooms upstairs, bring out bottles of champagne with sparklers for birthdays, comp hotel rooms for our biggest spenders like Vegas does.

Where to Sit: Nooks, both large and small, line the perimeter. Semi-private rooms are great for bigger groups, but if it's intimacy you need, they have that, too.

Rants, Raves & Reviews

Hotel Sax's lobby lounge nails a neo-Victorian look.
by Fred Schlatter at Citysearch

In Short
The hotel's pristine white lobby gives way to a much darker space, the spacious lounge, featuring walnut floors, paneled and textured walls, blood-red rugs, puckered sateen perches and floor-to-ceiling glass panels…
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By Jennifer H at Insider Pages

Great lounge. Very unique with good music and friendly bartenders. A great place to hang with friends. Read More

Crimson lounge
By Joan D at Insider Pages

If you want a great lounge, this is the one to hang out in. There are always great entertainers and a wonderful atmosphere. The bartenders are awe... Read More

For the older set
By Jeff A at Insider Pages

We've tried this place a few times on Friday's and Saturday's, it's usually a bust. The crowd is over forty, and it's hard to get a drink. Read More

go to the crimson lounge for NYE!
By alyv20 at Citysearch

looking at the theme for this party, it sounds like a really good time. The "passport" is a good way to mix things up from the normal clubby scene ... Read More