Adventure Stage Chicago performs at the Vittum Theater, located at 1012 N. Noble St., between Augusta Blvd. and Milwaukee Ave. in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood.
Blue Line – Division Station
56 Milwaukee Bus – Noble St. stop
66 Chicago Bus – Noble St. stop
70 Division Bus – Milwaukee Ave. or Ashland Ave. stops
9 Ashland Bus – Division St. or Augusta Blvd. stops
X9 Ashland Express (M-F rush) – Division St. stop
Free and paid street parking are available on neighboring streets. Augusta Blvd. and Noble St. are both non-metered. Parking on Milwaukee Ave. is metered.
The Vittum Theater has multiple options for accessible seating, including wheelchair-designated locations and access to house seats without stairs.
Through a partnership with the Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium (CCAC) short-term equipment loan program, made possible by the Michael and Mona Heath Fund, complimentary assistive listening devices are available upon request with at least a 48-hour notice.
All mainstage productions are presented with projected Spanish translations.
Cada función presentada con subtítulos en español.
Please email Laura Kollar, Audience Services Manager, or call 773-969-5573 with questions or requests.
1050 N Milwaukee Ave
Right around the corner from the theater, this casual quick-serve focuses on inexpensive Mediterranean and Middle Eastern favorites such as shawarma, falafel, hummus, baba ghanoush and kabobs. Vegetarian options are plentiful. Recommended by everyone on staff at ASC!
Lovely Kitchen & Café
1130 N. Milwaukee Ave.
This country kitchen-cute bakery comes complete with rocking chairs, mix-and-match furniture, and a general store stocked with arty kitchen towels, teapots, and aprons. The pastry case is loaded with choices like banana-pecan muffins, oatmeal raisin cookies, brownies, lemon "tartlettes" and apple almond "cobblerette." They also offer a delicious breakfast and lunch menu. Their cupcakes and coffee are staff favorites.
1434 W. Chicago Ave.
This funky cafe specializes in New Mexican cooking (subtly different from Tex-Mex, or California-Mex, or Mex-Mex). Flo gets its peppers directly from a farmer in New Mexico, so the taste is as genuine as anything in Santa Fe.
1072 N Milwaukee Ave.
This rustic spot on Milwaukee (featuring an all-weather patio) has a creative menu featuring foods adventurers would have eaten on the frontier trail, including wild boar, duck, and lamb. Their small plates include kid-friendly options like mac and cheese. (Open for dinner and weekend brunch only.)
1132 N Milwaukee Ave.
This Noble Square BYOB serves sushi alongside classic Thai noodle and rice dishes (aromatic curries are among the menu highlights).
1371 N. Chicago Ave.
Another staff favorite, this casual corner spot features a variety of noodle, rice, and curry dishes in varied levels of spiciness made to order. Their Thai Iced Coffee hits the spot on warmer days!
2018 W North Ave.
Perched high above the six corners of Damen, Milwaukee and North Avenues in an Art Deco masterpiece, The Robey captures the storied spirit of Chicago: a bustling, ever-changing, big-shouldered town. The hotel features 69 rooms with complimentary Wi-Fi, Bluetooth-enabled sound systems, personal media streaming on the TV, and a rooftop pool. Guests can dine at Café Robey, serving up French-American fare, or enjoy the Robey Lounge for coffee or cocktails.
Wicker Park Inn
1329 N. Wicker Park Ave.
This historic, urban B&B nestled in stylish Wicker Park offers modern rooms with free continental breakfast, along with vacation apartment rentals offering full kitchens.