Fremont, Is a Sparkler-Fueled Party located in the heart of Chicago’s River North area. Downstairs it’s dinnertime, upstairs it’s a dance hall. The Club will take you from an eclectic dining experience into elevated nightlife. It is considered by the public as being among the best nightclubs in the Chicago area. It prides itself as having bars on several floors to guarantee its clients unforgettable experiences. It has a retractable roof on it to provide a modern industrial feel.
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Offering Happy Hour, Dinner and Brunch. Fremont offers an eclectic menu, featuring modern American cuisine and craft cocktails. Upstairs has a swanky club vibe with a DJ spinning and a lively dance floor. Part upscale New American restaurant, part craft-cocktail bar and part nightclub, this swanky, bi-level destination in River North boasts a sleek, sprawling space with loungey banquettes, a glowing bar and a retractable roof, plus a creative menu featuring shareable plates.
Fremont will take you from an eclectic dining experience into elevated nightlife. With two levels to accommodate up to 600 guests, a retractable second floor rooftop, 3 large bars, a large stage for bands and DJs, and a progressive American menu with great nightlife, Fremont will exude an energy level that is both exhilarating and inviting. The perfect spot to celebrating your private parties.
The good news to everyone who loves a good Wet Republic or Marquee day party in Vegas are that you no longer need to fly out west to channel your inner Johnny Manziel. Fremont may not have a pool, but it’s the downtown Chicago equivalent of a Vegas pool party on the weekends. You can enjoy your brunch with intentions of a partying later.
It is definitely the kind of place where dudes dance on the silver couches, where cocktails come out under a shower of sparklers, where the roof can slide open and let a spring breeze inside to cool the partygoers. This may make it sound pretty clubby, and in some ways it is. But there’s more going on than just a massive, DJ-backed dance party.
That’s really only happening on the second floor–the first floor’s far more chill and caters to a dinner crowd. If and when you make your way upstairs (and you can, even if you’re just planning to eat and aren’t gussied up in your cutest garb–there’s no real dress code here), the goal is to make things a little more casual and welcoming, which means friendlier-than-average staffers and a solid musical mix.
The interior of the nightclub offers nothing less of impeccable design and good lighting. In the first floor you will feel more an intensive lounge bar, but the second floor features a stage that hosts Djs, live music, and two bars. It is also renowned for its first unparalleled weekend brunch that leaves customers craving for more. it has grown immensely to be one of the best joints in Chicago, and a favourite for many party lovers.
Friday and Saturday are the busiest. Sunday is the funday, however, it only opens in Season. Anything goes well at day time. At night men should make sure to wear a collared shirt or sport coat. If you are coming for day and staying at night keep in mind that the restaurant turns into a club, so try wearing nice shoes and avoid anything that can be considered sportswear.