The Chez Paree Site

Chicago's most famous night/supper club of the 30s - 50s

Chicago History

Some Photos from the book
"Chicago Days"
by the Staff of the
Chicago Tribune


The cover of the book


Al Capone at the ballgame
Visited by the Cub's, Gabby Hartnett

I have been to the library searching for information about the Chez Paree. In all of the books that I scanned there were no mentions of the Chez Paree or any of the night spots of that time. The talk about the opening of a MacDonald's but Nothing about a glorious history of Chicago's night life, which is as important as any MacDonald's. Thus we are going to change that and publish all of the history of those days and the entertainment that kept the city sane in a time of lunacy. 

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