After getting the clearance from Control, the Fandads can tell you about a new location where you can hang out with fellow agents, have some drinks and regal about your latest missions. This place is called Safehouse.
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When you first enter Safehouse you are greeted by a fellow agent. He could be your leader or a spy, who knows, but pay close attention to what happens next. Two things can happen here: you either give them the password to gain entrance or you have to complete a highly complex test to gain admittance. Our group of agents had to do a
Once inside we were surrounded by so much spy nostalgia that we were not sure what was and what wasn't watching us. One of the walls was filled with so many
Agent Fandads and Agent Fanmom (I know we're so original) decided to find a spot at the bar where we were entertained by Agent Presto. Agent Presto had some great
Control made sure to provide all the agents in attendance with some nourishment to keep us healthy and strong for our missions. The treats we tasted were Spy Sliders, fresh pretzels, Nachos Camp Stanley and Fried C-4 Cheese Curds. All of it was delicious, but the Spy Sliders were my favorite of the bunch.
Safehouse has a lot to keep agents busy when they are enjoying their drinks. From all the spy memorabilia on the walls, to the scavenger hunt, their app (Safehouse app available on iTunes and Android Store) and all the hidden
As our mission came to an end we took advantage of the photo booth for proof that we were there, but I think our disguises will prove otherwise. It was not until after we walked out that we learned about the secret
Check out some of our other images from that night on our Instagram page and you might see a picture of me stealing some
SafeHouse Chicago is open Sunday-Friday 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m.
Every Friday and Saturday, a Shagadelic dance party begins at 10:00 p.m. With a nod to celebrity spy, Austin Powers, the SafeHouse DJ help spies get their groove on!
For non-profit spy rings, the SafeHouse provides covert tools for fund-raising. Every Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m., various charities take over the Gadget Bar for a battle between volunteers who want to raise money for their cause. Twenty percent of all revenue generated during the time frame is donated to the charity, as well as tips that are given to the bartenders working. For more information on The SafeHouse, visit www.SafeHouseChicago.com or call (312) 3131-007.
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