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Thrillist Magazine:
No-Tell Cabaret – 5 Craziest Parties in Chicago

Paper Magazine Voted:

“Best American Party” 2009 Nightlife awards

Perez Hilton:
“Love and Punches were in the air Valentine’s night with Pete Wentz”

Chicago Magazine:
“Sex And Love issue #2 Hot Spot to visit in the “Stimulus Package”
– “A Spirit of play prevails, most acts positively burn up the stage”

Chicago Sun Times:
“The new Debonair Social Club delivers a knockout punch to the Wicker Park night life scene…”

Time Out Chicago:
“When the MC out of habit urged us to applaud towards the end of the set, he realized he didn’t have to”

AOL Travel:
“Whether you’re a hipster or a fashionista, Debonair Social Club is the new spot to be”

Chicago Social “The modspace attracts an artistic, party-ready crowd with its impressive DJ program and mixologist Matt Murray’s potent creations”.

Reader’s Choice Time Out Chicago
Nominated for “Best New Nightclub Eats”

Perry Farrell

“Chicago- It was so much fun hangin’ with you at the Debonair Social Club. I just loved to be around your lovely and interesting faces. We are going to that place- no one can stop us- where only music can take us. It has begun!” – Perry Farrell

Shotglass Sally and Shana Vaughan Gabor

 Chicago Reader

Best MidWeek Burlesque:  No-Tell

by Jay Gentile | June 25, 2014

Street festivals may have long-running and well-established relationships with Chicago this time of year, but summer is also stripping season. Thank Debonair Social Club for helping thaw out this fair city, as its weekly No Tell Motel burlesque adventure continues to heat up Wednesday nights. Expect plenty of feathers, tassels, and nylon stockings in a lair that might not quite be the Admiral but isn’t that far off, either. Instead of stripper poles and full nudity, the hump-day party features pyrotechnics and dancers humping power sanders that spray streams of sparks into the audience. Past shows have included—but are not limited to—”midget burlesque,” Basic Instinct-style leg crossing and chair dancing in the red-lit basement (refashioned into a dirty-noir flophouse), and a redhead with a lightning bolt on her cheek dangling above the crowd, tied to the ceiling with ribbons.

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