Due to Tribune Tower construction, we closed our doors on September 30th, 2018.
Please consider visiting our sister restaurant Sweetwater.
Party Like It's 1933
Prohibition Repeal Party
Happy Days are Beer Again!
Repeal Day is December 5th, 1933. This was the day that Prohibition ended and Americans were free, once again, to drink at their own will. The Boundary wants to make this a day that Division Street will never forget by hosting a 1933-themed soireé.
So fellas and flappers, arrive dolled up at The Boundary on the historic Repeal Day, Saturday, December 5th, so we can "party like it's 1933!"
We're filling the joint with jazz covers of your favorite modern music. We'll be taking your mugshot and posting those pictures online so you can re-live Repeal Day.
A Sidecar Named 46
Bourbon Hoison Wings - w/ southwest slaw
BBQ Bourbon Pulled Pork Sandwich - slow cooked pork butt, bourbon bbq sauce, and onion strips, choice of side
"What America needs now is a drink." - FDR