Joy District Chicago. Located at 112 W Hubbard Street. Hip, energetic New American restaurant & cocktail bar with a roof deck & late-night dancing.
One of the hottest nightclubs in Chicago’s River North neighborhood sits perched on the second floor of the multi-level dining and drinking complex called, Joy District. Combined with a heightened dining experience and a hypnotizing late-night party, Joy District puts an emphasis on enJOYment.
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The math reveals two full bars, 13 tables and innumerable floating light fixtures. Count on local DJs, themed parties and bottle service resulting in a dance party hot-spot. Local and visiting celebrities are wont to show up such as surprise musical performances from Demi Lovato, Ludacris, Travis Scott, Louis and DJ Flosstradamus, to Win + Woo and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.
Consider over-the-top bottle service with unexpected presentations, such as a Belvedere Bear – a Magnum of Belvedere served in a silver bear and two bottles of Veuve Cliquot. The Roof offers great views of the city, lounge-style seating and music spun by local and guest DJs. Feast at Parlay at Joy on the first floor for dinner, Happy Hour and Sunday brunch.
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What To Know
Music: mostly Top40, HipHop
Best for: Great views, bottle service, surprise live shows
Average Line: 20-40min
Attire: Upscale, Trendy
When To Visit
Hours of Operation
Tue–Fri 8PM – 2AM
Where To Go
NBHD: River North
112 W Hubbard St
Chicago, IL 60654
Joy District is located in Chicago’s River North neighborhood, near North Side; at 112 West Hubbard Street, Chicago, IL 60654.
• Expect to pay $10-$15 for mixed drinks.
• Beers $5-$7; Wine $12-$14.
• Bottles start at $300 +up.
• Joy District usually charges a cover around $10-$30.
• Expect to pay more for bigger name DJs.
• We recommend arriving early to avoid long lines.
When to go:
• Joy District is open on Thu-Sat.
• Saturdays are best!
Best table location:
• The DJ booth are the best tables.
• Sterling Garage, 3 min walk.
• Mart Parc Wells Self Park, 3 min walk.
• 59 W Hubbard St Parking, 3 min walk.
• 436 N Clark St, 2 min walk.
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Joy District — The Rooftop
Joy District’s roof opt resembles what you would find at a high end Miami nightclub — restaurant with its chic colorful furniture, bar, DJ booth and impeccable River North views.
Featuring white brick with pops of color everywhere, patterned couches, signature joy flower wall, foliage-covered walls, and sparkling strings of lights. The roof was named one of Chicago’s 14 Hottest Rooftop Bars by Chicago Eater.
The Club — Joy District Chicago
River North’s hottest nightclub sits perched on the second floor of Joy District’s multi-level dining and drinking experience. The multi-tier nightclub offers two full bars, 13 tables and hypnotizing floating light fixtures. With top local DJs, themed parties, and bottle service, Joy District has become a dance party hot-spot and destination for local and visiting celebrities.
Parlay at Joy District
A high-energy atmosphere with elevated bar fare, Parlay at Joy District aims to be River North’s quintessential gathering spot for sports lovers alike. With a design inspiration flowing from growing shoe culture fascinated by millennials, guests will enjoy ample booth seating, multiple 100-inch LED TV’s and a 200-inch projection screen, so there’s never a bad seat in the house. Nosh on dishes like piri-piri chicken wings, avocado crab toast, pork belly sliders, and chickpea fries as well as Neapolitan style specialty and classic pizzas. Parlay at Joy will cater to craft beer and cider lovers with a nod to local brewers, and offer bottled craft cocktail punches.
Joy District Dress Code
Anything goes daytime. But at night men should wear a collared shirt and or sport coat to Joy District; as it is an upscale restaurant that turns into a nightclub. Try wearing nice shoes.
Avoid anything that can be considered sportswear (e.g. track suits, jerseys, sports shoes, hats). And if you’re not sure if your outfit will work or not; then play it safe and stick to these guidelines.