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Restaurant Perfect for Social Gatherings!
  • $125/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Chicago, IL
Located in Chicago’s Fulton Market, Kuma’s Corner is available for a variety of events. With in-house food and beverage and an outdoor patio, Kuma’s can host groups up to 40 guests. Perfect location for your semi-private social gathering.
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Sophisticated Loft Building w/ Tall Ceilings in Pilsen
  • $85/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (2)
  • 2
  • Instant book
  • Chicago, IL
This loft building in Pilsen puts you right in the heart of Chicago, named one of the coolest neighborhoods in the country by Forbes. Enjoy the tall ceilings in the building and the best food in Chicago just steps away from the venue.
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Beer and Brewery Outdoor Patio
  • $2500/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Chicago, IL
This Beer and Brewery Outdoor Patio has a lot of space for social distancing. With super cool and magnificent wall arts perfect for selfies and even photoshoots. ***Please message the host for custom pricing- may vary depending on the day/ week/ time of the year.
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Art Deco Setting Bar & Restaurant (Buy Out)
  • $1200/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Chicago, IL
Looking to bring a Hollywood vibe to your next party? Guests will be transported to an Art Deco setting that exemplifies the mood and flare of the early 1900s with a distinct modern twist including velvet channel booths, gold light fixtures, modular furniture layouts. The full restaurant buyout includes mural room with bar height tables & stools, plush & variable seating in the dining room layout and full bar – perfect for a wedding reception or corporate gathering.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Funeral spaces in Chicago, IL?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $85 to $2500

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About Chicago

Chicago is the third largest city in the United States with a population of nearly 3 million citizens. Chicago is a highly diverse area that is the perfect place for sports fans as well as those who consider themselves foodies. Sporting News named Chicago the Best Sports City three times, and there are more than 7,000 restaurants in the Windy City.

Chicago is considered the home of Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States. Obama was a state legislator for Illinois, making his home in Chicago during his years as both a state legislator and as a United States Senator.

Chicago is also home to several community colleges and universities, including Loyola and DePaul. The Chicago Bulls are a popular basketball team, and the Chicago Bears put the city on the map with their Super Bowl team in 1986.

Musically, Chicago is renowned for its Chicago Blues Festival; Chicago was a happening place during the Jazz era, and it is credited with being the home of electric blues.

These attributes and more make a Chicago funeral space an idea as a memorable place for a service.

Funeral Space Options in Chicago

Allow professionals in the field to make the funeral space in Chicago a venue that honors your lost family member or friend.

  • Florist
    When planning a funeral, you’ll want access to experienced florists who can provide beautiful arrangements in memory of your loved one. Plus, you’ll want your guests to have access to knowledgeable florists as well. Chicago is home to a number of talented florists who can provide everything you’ll need for the ceremony.

  • Catering
    One of the customs of most funerals is the feeding of the family. If many of your guests are from out of town, you’ll want to enlist the services of an experienced caterer who understands how to best provide for you in this somber time. Many of Chicago’s catering establishments will deliver and provide service at your venue as well.

  • Event Coordinator
    You may find that you need to hire an event coordinator at this important time. If no funeral director is available, you may want to enlist the services of a professional event coordinator to plan the service.

Funeral Space Companies in Chicago

Many companies have experience organizing and helping with Chicago funeral spaces. When you allow others to assist, it takes away some of the burden at a difficult time.

  • Corky’s Catering
    Corky’s Catering is an experienced establishment that specializes in all-occasion catering and has done so since 1978. Not only do they prepare a delicious and nutritious meal, but they also provide full service so that you and your loved ones don’t have to worry about this consideration at this important time.

  • Bloom Floral Shop
    Chicago may be home to a wealth of talented florists, but the professionals at Bloom Floral Shop are highly recommended for funeral arrangements. Bloom was nominated the Best Florist in Chicago in 2021, and they offer payment plans for larger orders. They offer a wide array of wreaths, sprays, and baskets for your selection.

  • John G. Ligda, LTD Funeral Service
    Mr. Ligda is a licensed funeral director and is a member of many notable funeral service organizations. Mr. Ligda is an experienced pre-planning as well. He has the knowledge and training to assist you in planning this most important service for your loved one.

Pros and Cons of Funeral Spaces in Chicago

A Chicago funeral space, no matter the neighborhood, will have numerous options to think about. Consider the pros and cons, taking into consideration what will make things go smoothly.

Advantages

  • The sports culture
    A funeral is a sad time for family and friends, but, if your loved one was a sports fan, what better way to honor him or her than with attendance at a sporting event? Plus, attending a game or heading over to a sports museum can help you and your loved ones to deal with the loss in a positive way.

  • The cost of living is low for a major city
    This cost is also passed on to visitors to the city. Accommodations here are cheaper than in New York or LA, and the cost of food is also much lower than in other major cities. When a large group is eating out, this can mean big savings for each of you.

  • The public transportation system is great
    Chicago is a heavily populated city, and as such, the traffic is often congested. However, the public transportation system is highly efficient, and it is a great way to traverse the city on a budget. Plus, the public transportation system is usually punctual and safe, too.

Disadvantages

  • Crime
    Chicago has always had a reputation for crime. However, the mayor and other city officials are working diligently to make Chicago safer for citizens and visitors alike. Make a point to travel in pairs, and if you feel unsafe, ask for a security escort after the sun sets. Traveling by day is fairly safe in the Windy City.

  • Winter weather is brutal
    Chicago sees snowfall each year, and temps during January and February often dip to zero – or below! Dress appropriately to combat these tough temps if visiting Chicago between November and April, and schedule most activities indoors when possible.

  • Traffic can be a nightmare
    Locals will tell anyone that the traffic in Chicago is “a nightmare.” In a city of 3 million, this is to be expected. Catching a cab isn’t always easy either, but there are public transportation options available. You may also be able to hire a private car service for larger groups on a budget.

Famous Locations in Chicago

  • Wrigley Field
    Wrigley Field is home to the Chicago Cubs, and it is the second oldest Major League Baseball park in the United States. Babe Ruth played here in the 1932 World Series, and the stadium is open throughout the year for tours.

  • Lincoln Park
    Stretched six miles along Lake Michigan is Lincoln Park, a beautiful green space and Chicago’s largest park. There are beaches along the lake, multiple gardens, and the Lincoln Park Zoo is nearby. This is a place the entire family can rest and relax and enjoy.

  • Chicago Riverwalk and Lakefront Trail
    Not only is Chicago situated by one of the Great Lakes, but the Chicago River also runs right through the city as well. There are 18 bridges along the riverwalk, many of them movable. The Riverwalk is also home to many restaurants and the Lakefront Trail offers beautiful views of the skyline. Navy Pier, Lincoln Park, and Soldier Field are all located along the Riverwalk.