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Tour LiqrBox, River North’s New Whimsical Tri-Level Club

It starts popping tops on New Year’s Eve

The High Octane
Barry Brecheisen

River North has a new club where drinkers can party most nights until 4 a.m. (until 5 a.m. on Sunday), as LiqrBox brings a playful attitude and boozy adult juice boxes to the neighborhood. The three-level, 7,500-square-foot club opens on Sunday, New Year’s Eve at 873 N. Orleans Street at the former Stone Lotus nightclub site.

A trio of local artists, Jacob Wayne, David Bozic, and Fidel Rodriguez contributed work, creating a unique space that’s distinctively Chicagoan. The drinks are whimsical. There’s beverages that come out of gas station-inspired dispensers and slot machines. They’ll also serve food including amped-up pizza puffs.

Co-owner Matt Deichl has been a busy man over the last few weeks. He was part of the group that opened Bounce Sporting Club. LiqrBox falls under different ownership BDG Hospitality Group includes partners James Brown and Jonathan Gillespie.

Tour through the space below. LiqrBox opens on Sunday.

LiqrBox, 873 N. Orleans Street, (312) 767-4444, open 5 p.m. to 4 a.m. Sunday through Friday; 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. on Saturday.

A colorful mural greets customers.
The space is full of local art to create a dynamic experience.
The space is divided into three.
Neon lights brighten up the space.
There’s tons of references in the art that can’t be seen in a single visit.
Perfect for bottle service.
The second level is a little bit more frenetic.
The art reacts well to black light.
The critter, a giant disco horse on top of the bar, is sparkly.
There’s a variety of options for different experiences.
LiqrBox’s signature Beat Box — The “Taste The Rainbow” variety pack with a sample of each juice box flavor.
The Money Shot
Customers can get Avion Reposado, pineapple, jalapeno for the entire table.
High Octane (Basil Hayden, apple, cinnamon)

LiqrBox

873 North Orleans Street, , IL 60610 (312) 767-4444 Visit Website

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