SafeHouse Chicago FAQ
What are SafeHouse's hours of operation?
Sunday: 11:00am to 11:00pm
Monday: 4:00pm to 12:00am
Tuesday: 11:00am to 12:00am
Wednesday: 11:00am to 12:00am
Thursday: 11:00am to 2:00am
Friday: 11:00am to 2:00am
Saturday: 11:00am to 2:00am
Can I make a reservation?
SafeHouse recommends reservations as we do get busy during peak business times. SafeHouse Chicago is currently accepting reservations through Yelp for up to 10 guests. Should you require a reservation for more than 10 spies, please contact your SafeHouse at 312-3131-007.
Why do you require everyone from my party to be present before being seated?
SafeHouse Chicago is a popular hideout and we have a wait on most weekends. We need to be fair to all operatives waiting for a table.
Do you offer something special to celebrate an agent's birthday or other milestone event?
Sign up for our V.I.O club to receive exclusive birthday offers, like free drinks, desserts and more. We also offer a special interrogation for adult members, the Hail to the Chief or Her Majesty's Secret Service, which comes with a giant, sparkling, FB dessert. This interrogation must be reserved in advance.
Where can I park?
There are numerous parking lots and structures surrounding SafeHouse Chicago including a parking garage located adjacent to the AC Hotel on the corner of Rush and Ontario.
Can I bring my kids/grandkids to SafeHouse?
Of course! Junior spies are more than welcome to explore SafeHouse Chicago during the daytime hours. The SafeHouse is a family friendly restaurant until 8 pm and adult-only after 8 pm.
Is there a cover charge to enter SafeHouse Chicago?
We do not charge a cover for agents looking to gain entry.
Will there be a wait?
SafeHouse Chicago is a hot spot hideout for secret agents on the weekend. We'll do our best to accommodate your needs, but you should expect a wait on Friday and Saturday nights. Don't worry, though, a wait may be the perfect time to explore SafeHouse Chicago and discover spy secrets.
Do I need to know the password to get in?
Spies who know the password are allowed immediate access. If an agent doesn't know the password, they may be asked to complete a clearance test to prove they're a friendly spy. No friendly agent has ever been turned away.
What's the SafeHouse password?
Classified information like that won't come so easily. To learn such high priority intel, you'll need to find a trustworthy source.
Safehouse: A History Declassified
Founded in 1966 by Station Chief Agent OH-OH-7 (aka David J. Baldwin) in Milwaukee upon orders from Control, SafeHouse has become a local landmark and cultural icon, attracting hungry spies from around the world. Control has expanded its operations to a covert location in Chicago where spies can continue to be challenged with an all-encompassing experience as they embark on a one-of-a-kind mission. From the minute you locate the top-secret entrance and pass the clearance test, to the sleek Gadget Bar, every aspect of the design has been tinkered, tailored, and soldiered. Interactive elements, "futuristic" technology, and games combined with an unparalleled menu fit for a true spy, SafeHouse Chicago continues to provide an authentic espionage experience for agents of all ages.