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The House of Music and Entertainment Opens Its Doors
Chicago's newest music and sports entertainment destination will open to the public on November 3, 2012.
H.O.M.E. is a premium sports bar that features 80 plasma television screens that will always have a game on, built-in table taps for convenient access to delicious beverages, and a full menu that promises traditional American bar food with some exciting twists.
Appetizers include mainstays like nachos, onion rings, and stuffed potato skins alongside unique options like Bavarian pretzel sticks. Among their entrees are multiple varieties of tacos, loads of specialty burgers, and the option to build a custom pizza.
For sports fans, they offer NFL Sunday Ticket, MLB Extra Innings, and ESPN Gameplan in order to make sure that everyone can get access to their favorite teams all of the time.
The venue also features a live theater that can house up to 1,000 guests for concerts and other entertainment. The theater is features a 28-foot-by-30-
H.O.M.E. is also available for private parties, and can take reservations for parties that have an agenda for the evening. Each day will have a different food and drink special, ensuring that there's a draw for everyone, whether their favorite band is playing, their favorite team is on the TV, or if it's just a slow night.
To kick things off right, H.O.M.E. is featuring the talents of the Infinity, one of the most successful cover bands around Chicago. Infinity routinely breaks attendance records wherever they play, thanks to their performances of hits from groups such as Boston, Styx, Queen, REO Speedwagon, and their signature group, Journey.
To keep up to date with everything going on at HOME, they can be followed on Twitter @HOMEbarChicago. H.O.M.E. is located at 1227 N. Rand Rd. in Arlington Heights.