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Best of the Arlington Heights Nightlife

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Are you looking for a fun night out in Arlington Heights? If so then look no further—we've put together a great list of the area's best nightlife highlights. Whether you're looking for great food, signature cocktails, live music, or exciting games there's definitely a place in Arlington Heights with the nightlife fun you're looking for.

House of Music and Entertainment (HOME Bar)

The House of Music and Entertainment, or HOME Bar for short, has been around since 2012. Chicago sports teams decorate the walls along with plasma TVs for watching the big game. This restaurant, lounge, bar, and entertainment venue exudes an iconic lounge atmosphere. Executive Chef Anthony Sabella offers American dishes with a twist, like brisket chili nachos, Thai shrimp tacos, and buffalo chicken sliders. The HOME Bar provides special menus for occasional brunches, a full lunch, happy hour, dinner, and late-night specials.

The full bar has libations you can enjoy on the outdoor patio, at a table with built-in taps and shots, or in the theater. The entertainment at HOME Bar is impressive, with local and nationally recognized entertainment, like DJs, bands, and other live entertainment. The 15,000 square foot theater has a large stage, stadium booth seating, and a state-of-the-art sound system. Every Tuesday night there's trivia at 7:00 p.m., every Wednesday is open mic comedy, and every Sunday there's karaoke at 10:00 p.m.

The House of Music and Entertainment is located at 1227 North Rand Road in Arlington Heights.

Arlington Ale House

You'll find the Arlington Ale House's 10,000 square feet of drink and fun on the third floor of the Metropolis building. Previously occupied by Labatt USA Beer Academy, the unique space has three different bars and a training room. There's no kitchen, hostess, or waitstaff but you're welcome to bring your own food, have food delivered, and find your own seats. Seating is first come first serve, with several large community tables for big groups and parties. Make yourself at home, check in with the friendly staff at the bar, and ask for delivery menus from behind the bar.

Besides being a great place to hang out, eat, and drink your favorite beers, wines, or mixed drinks, it's also ideal for bar games and entertainment. Relax with family and friends while playing pool, shuffleboard, or throwing darts. There's even a game room with games like air hockey and pinball. The Arlington Ale House updates its events calendar weekly, so check it often to see what new bands, DJs, and fun events pop up on the calendar. Every Thursday night you can sign up for Open Mic Night at 7:30 p.m.

The Arlington Ale House is located at 111 West Campbell Street in Arlington.


If you're looking for a more active social experience, WhirlyBall might be the venue for you. Invite your friends to an evening of delicious food, craft beer, and fun games. The Pivot Room serves a culinary forward menu with a fresh new take on American dishes like chicken fried cheese curds and buffalo cauliflower wings. There's an expansive and rotating selection of craft beer to choose from as well as signature cocktails. Check out WhirlyBall's event calendar for their Summer Series specials, summer Christmas parties, and other fun activities.

After dinner, prepare for an exhilarating game of WhirlyBall or laser tag. Although it's best to make a reservation, walk-ins are always welcome. The 4,000 square foot WhirlyBall court is perfect for bumping cars, making slam dunks, and cross-checking your buddies for an active, memorable, and unique evening with a high possibility of fun embarrassment. A combination of hockey, basketball, and lacrosse in a bumper car, if you've never played WhirlyBall you've got to give it a chance.

WhirlyBall is located at 285 Center Drive in Vernon Hills.

Fox and Hound Bar and Grill

The Fox and Hound Bar and Grill is all about quality time with friends and family, good food and drinks, and playing games. The large menu has classic items like potato skins, wings, burgers, and pizza along with interesting options like fried artichokes, Sam Adams drunken chicken, and a chipotle Philly sandwich. At the bar, you'll find award-winning craft beers on tap, an impressive selection of whiskey and tequila, shot specials, and a Godiva Martini dessert drink you should try if you love chocolate and vodka.

There are lots of fun games at the Fox and Hound Bar and Grill, so grab your friends and start a friendly competition. Popular games include pool tables, darts, shuffleboard tables, ping pong tables, giant Jenga, giant Connect Four, and more. Also a sports bar, you won't miss the big game with their massive channel options, on dozens of big-screen TVs. Other fun events at the Fox and Hound include trivia night, party night, and happy hour.

The Fox and Hound Bar and Grill is located at 910 West Dundee Road in Arlington Heights.

Hey Nonny

Hey Nonny combines a local kitchen with live music for some of that "Hey Nonny Nonny" cheerful bliss you hear in song lyrics. The farm-to-table Midwestern Bistro has a brunch menu and a dinner menu. The brunch menu has items like frittatas, steak and eggs, chicken and waffles, and shrimp and grits. The dinner menu has entrees like a tomahawk pork chop, baby back ribs, risotto primavera, and filet mignon. On the drink menu, you'll find signature cocktails, classic cocktails, an impressive selection of wines, and a wide variety of international beers.

You can purchase premier, cabaret, or general admission tickets to live music concerts. Premier seats have the best view and full food service, cabaret seats are close to the stage with drinks and limited snacks, and general admission tickets offer some seats without tables or standing room. The live music a Hey Nonny focuses on creativity, so you won't find many cover or tribute bands, but you will find rock, reggae, pop, jazz, bluegrass, folk, blues, country classical, and more. Performers are professional Chicago-based musicians and up-and-coming touring musicians.

Hey Nonny is located at 10 South Vail Avenue in Arlighton Heights.

There you have it, the top five best places to find fun nightlife activities in Arlington Heights. Here at Automatic Appliance Parts we like to kick back and relax on the weekends with our friends and family. If there's a great nightlife venue that we forgot to include in our list, please give us a call. We'd love to add your favorite venue to our list.