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City Winery

1200 W. Randolph Street
Chicago, IL 60607
Phone: (312) 733-9463
Email: chicago@citywinery.com
Web: http://www.citywinery.com/chicago

City Winery is the West Loop's only working winery, restaurant, intimate concert venue and private event space. This focal point of West Loop night life offers guest and opportunity to enjoy a variety of spaces or experiences. Learn about the winemaking process that takes place on site and even create your own blend. Book a Wine Tour and Tasting for the perfect group outing. Or sit back and relax as you watch a concert in Chicago's premier listening room. Just a few artists who have performed on the City Winery Chicago stage include Prince, David Crosby, Los Lobos, Randy Newman, David Broza and Art Garfunkel. Contact us to learn more about City Winery or inquire about hosting your next event in urban wine country.

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