The Chicago Firehouse on the corner of South Michigan Avenue and 14th Street was originally constructed in 1905 to house Engine Company 104. In 1999, this historic building was converted into The Chicago Firehouse Restaurant. The restaurant's private banquet space can accommodate any party size from an intimate gathering of 8 to a fabulous cocktail party for 175 guests. For a larger event, a buy-out of the entire restaurant space is possible.
- The Restaurant Writes...
The Chicago Firehouse restaurant is in an attractive turn-of-the-century building that formerly housed the Chicago Fire Department and was completely remodeled in 1999. The Chicago Firehouse Restaurant retained its charm with original tin ceilings, fire-glazed walls and brass poles. Just as the setting pleases your eye, the American fare will tantalize your taste buds.
- Contact Anni McNulty at (877) 840-1225