There’s always something exciting to do in Algonquin, day or night. When you want a night out on the town, stay local, and enjoy everything from golf simulators to live music. These three late-night venues in Chicagoland’s Northwestern suburbs will offer you hours of great entertainment for your money.
Tee 2 Green Indoor Golf
If you’re a sports fan, you may feel a little let down by the night scene. After all, there are only so many theatrical performances you can attend. At Tee 2 Green Indoor Golf, however, you can practice your golf game all year long. Try the indoor golf simulator, and choose from 85 unique gold courses. You can also play pool, darts, or video poker. After a game marathon, you can order delicious pizza, sandwiches, or appetizers from the menu.
Tee 2 Green Indoor Golf is open until midnight on Thursdays and 1 am on Fridays and Saturdays.
Metro Bowl is a vintage bowling alley with relatively late evening hours. So, swing by with your friends for a few fun rounds of bowling or join up with others to play. After your game, stop by the bar for a delicious drink, and chat with the owner. This popular establishment has “all-you-can-bowl” nights once a week, so make time to stop by.
Metro Bowl is open until 11 pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
Check out Mackey’s Hideout in nearby McHenry for original bluegrass and folk music late into the evening. There are always new events and artists scheduled to play; you can get a full schedule on the website. This popular hangout also keeps local IPAs on tap, so you can enjoy them every time you’re here. If you like live music, stop by for Open Mic Mondays from 8 pm to 1 am. Mackey’s Hideout is open until 2 am every night of the week.
As can be seen, the region offers plenty of activities to keep you occupied in the evenings.
You get to jump right into the nightlife scene at late-night venues in Chicagoland’s northwestern suburbs when you live locally. If you’d like to learn more about living at Algonquin Square Apartments, contact our leasing agents to arrange a tour!Back to all posts