Singer/Songwriter Michael Smith performs with mesmerizing mastery. This time featuring songs from Starry Archipelago (his newest album,) and classics from his over five-decade storied career. Tickets at : http://www.jamieoreilly.com/wishbone-concerts-october/
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT in the bourbon room
Don't have cable? Don't feel like celebrating with Yahoos . . . ? Drop by for a more intimate public viewing of the Cubs' historic World Series on our big screen projection TV.
We'll have $5 HURRICANES and special $3 select LOCAL BEERS and, of course, all the Wishbone fine menu offerings at non-inflated prices.
You can drop in, drop out or stay till the Fat Lady Sings, but our kitchen may not be open till the top of the ninth . . .
We recommend you come before the first pitch, but reservations are accepted by calling the restaurant at 773.549.2663.
It's the best of all worlds and fun you won't regret the next day!
3 great songwriters in the round. Rebecca Jasso, Steve Gilpin, and Liz Chidester bring their original songs and styles to Wishbone's Bourbon Street Room. An ideal intimate listening space. Delicious southern food and a full bar. No cover. Come on by.
This is a show with a cover charge. Tickets at: jamieoreilly.com
go to the programs tab for advance tickets. You can also pay cash at the door. A very special night of simply gorgeous song. Dinner and drinks available from Wishbone's menu. Music starts at 7.
Tommi Zender and Tom Ryan play an entertaining show of originals and well chosen covers before the big game. Get a nice early dinner or some tasty appetizers and a well mixed drink while the music moves you.
Sue Fink, Ryan Brewer, and Jodee Lewis in the round singing their powerful original work. Come enjoy a great night of music and Wishbone's delicious southern food. Pan Fried Chicken just like grandma used to make. Shrimp and grits to die for.
JUG BAND MUSIC IS BACK! Strictly Jug Nuts brings their merry mayhem to Wishbone's back room. Make Thursday night special. Great food, Great music.
The 2016 Democracy Show shared with neighbors
On Sunday night, starting at 7 PM, we'll be gathering to watch the second Presidential debate in a fashion that will appeal to those both exhausted by the long-running race to the bottom and those alarmed by it. It's a chance to share perspectives without the pundits--over pan fried chicken, fish or whatever you'd like to order: including some special alcohol concoctions for the evening. No cover charge; no photo ID required--though reservations are recommended as we'll be sitting in front of the Big Screen in the Bourbon Room.
Don't watch alone. Come out and meet your fellow Chicagoans.
The Wishbone oracle