We’re one of Chicago’s favorite spots, especially for families looking for a little daytime fun. But what about those of us who want to have a little fun when the sun goes down?
Let the Pier after dark be your playground! Navy Pier restaurants, bars, and theaters are all open late during the summer season for all you big kids looking to enjoy a night out on the town!
There’s definitely no better place to be on Friday and Saturday nights than Navy Pier! Grab your friends and start the weekend off right with some great live music at the Landshark Beer Garden! Plus on Friday nights, Landshark hosts a brand new comedy show in-between its music sets!
After grabbing some laughs and a few drinks, it’s not time to leave yet! The night is still young! Why not bar hop on the Pier? Hit up Harry Caray’s Tavern, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Bar & Grill, and City Porch for a nightcap or two (or three)!
Not the bar hopping type? That’s okay! How about a decadent 3-course meal, a show, and a cruise? Riva Crab House offers a special menu for dinner when you purchase tickets to a show at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Or grab a quick dinner and catch a flick at the Navy Pier IMAX Theatre with the biggest and best screen in the city!
And after the show, let the Mystic Blue take you out on Lake Michigan for a nighttime cruise. Dance the night away from the deck of the boat and catch the Saturday night fireworks display from the water; land or sea, we’ve got a fireworks show every Saturday night at 10:15 p.m. all summer long!
And because Navy Pier is such a great place to be when the sun goes down, we’ve even got a special parking rate for you! From Sundays-Thursdays, pay only $10 to park from 10:01 p.m. until 4 a.m. And on Friday and Saturday nights, parking’s only $10 from 12:01 a.m. to 4 a.m.! For more info on our Out Late at Navy Pier promo, click here!
So answer this question: with late night theater, drinking, food, comedy, and boat cruise options, is there really any better place to spend your summer nights out than Navy Pier?