COME SPEND YOUR NIGHT AT REGGIES! Reggies is your local smorgasbord of things to do on any night. You can visit the Music Joint bar and grill which features great food, craft beers and a hazy atmosphere that’ll increase your buzz. Live acts play on the Joint stage almost every night. Need some air or a view of the skyline? Visit the roof deck bar. Then after your outdoor excursion, you can check out the Rock Club to see if any touring or local acts are playing the stage that night. You can also visit our record store, Record Breakers, up on the second level. Reggies began with Record Breakers in Hoffman Estates all the way back in 1988, so come pay your respects and buy the latest release from your favorite band. We’ve just celebrated our 27th anniversary in our own classic way: an all-day-long, in-store showcase. Record Breakers is running a series of in-store shows every month – check out the Breakers Facebook page for bands and dates. However, if you’re not into staying in one place,that’s cool too. Reggies hosts a fleet of vintage buses – each custom-painted – ready to run to the hometown Hawks, Bears, Sox games or to larger concerts at the United Center ,Tinley Park and more. Skip the parking fees and the necessary designated driver and come with us on the Reggies Rock Bus! The second most important thing after the music here at Reggies is the legendary food and amazing beers on draft. We have foreign and domestic beers bubbling, but we never forget our local brews like Goose Island 312 and Lagunitas IPA. These beers pair real nicely with our award-winning burgers, wings, and ribs that are cooked over an open-flame, wood-burning grill infusing the food with that delicious smoky flavor. And for our veg heads, we have meatless dishes for you too! You can enjoy our Mac and Cheese, Hummus Platter, Mexican-Style Nachos, various Salads, and our Black Bean Veggie Burgers, which are not to be missed even by carnivores. So are you bored tonight? Come visit our run-down auto repair shop turned rock n’ roll haven, at the corner of State and Cermak. – Jenn Endless & Azalee Cano