The mystery behind magic can make anyone feel like a little kid and the new Chicago Magic Lounge opening up at 5050 N. Clark hopes to bring that feeling to all patrons who dare enter as they embrace the history of magic and Chicago.
The new Chicago Magic Lounge at 5050 N. Clark is promising to offer a unique venue that will be rooted in not only magic history, but also Chicago history. Channeling Schulien's, the world's first true magic restaurant which closed in 1999 after an 84-year run, the theatre is hoping to become a new destination in Andersonville.
UPTOWN - Chicago Magic Lounge is ready for its own place. The group of more than 30 local professional magicians, which has been performing out of Uptown Underground at 4707 N. Broadway, will break ground at its new space at 5050 N. Clark St. at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
A new entertainment space in Andersonville that will serve both liquor and food will feature live, up-close magic shows. The Chicago Magic Lounge will not be the first time this type of concept has opened in Chicago, but they hope to provide a unique experience for its patrons.
Andersonville has a new trick up its sleeve: t he Chicago Magic Loung e, which broke ground on Clark Street Wednesday. The Chicago Magic Lounge wants to revive close up magic, the kinds of tricks and disappearances that go on right before your very eyes.
At the groundbreaking of the future Chicago Magic Lounge, 47th Ward Ald. Ameya Pawar was a magician for a day, levitating a young woman for a few seconds as the highlight of the event. (Phil Velasquez / Chicago Tribune)
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