Open in the Rush Street bar district since the 1970s, Hangge-Uppe's patrons visit here to "let it all hang ... More
Open in the Rush Street bar district since the 1970s, Hangge-Uppe's patrons visit here to "let it all hang out." The drink of choice seems to be beer, either in a bottle or a pint glass. The atmosphere is a strange mix of sports bar and dance club. The music is characteristically rock and roll, and the decor, old movie posters and a mosh of thrift store junk, might remind you of a frat house gone public.
What can I say, Hangge Uppe is the best late night bar in the city. Don't waste your time upstairs, downstairs is the place to be. There are countless older drunk women, which is my thing. You haven't truly lived in Chicago until you have been dancing on the podium at the Hangge Uppe with a female 20 years older than you. Friendly waitresses eager to take your drink orders. Hang out by the women's bathroom for a fun time. Can't find a fault except for the bathroom line and as the previous reviewer said, the bathroom that turns into a lake after about 2 AM.
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