Located outside the loop, Kaiser Tiger in Chicago turned out to be a great spot. The hardwood floors contrasted our keyboards and gave the spot a hip vibe. The staff was friendly, helping us set up. We set up fairly quickly and were ready for the night to begin. My favorite part of the venue was the awesome view of the Chicago skyline. Kaiser Tiger is a fantastic venue.
Let The Games Begin At Kaiser Tiger
The company organized the party as a kind of appreciation for their staff. It was our job to make everyone comfortable and enjoy the night. As the guests filtered in, we began playing some low-key instrumentals. Just loud enough to create background music. Playing off each other at first, we warmed up the room. Outside of the main party hall was a curling lane. Kaiser TIger built a curling lane to keep guests entertained. I have to admit, it was kind of cool and we were happy to see the guests fully utilize it.
Although the party started ordinarily enough, it quickly became a wild good time. The company co-workers, after spending all week together, quickly reaped the benefits of the event. We began singing songs that everyone knew. Pumping out some classic rock, the dance floor filled up. People were singing along with Bruce Springsteen and they even knew the Clash. We played some top 100 hits and the dance floor was full of life.
Playing games, we quickly achieved full crowd participation. There was even this one guest who came on stage to do some dances. It was amazing, everyone had a smile on their face.
Food And Good Times
The venue, Kaiser Tiger, went all out on the food. They lined the walls with snacks and hor devours, ensuring nobody could miss out. The theme was meat oriented, bacon and sausage themed. But it wasn’t just bacon and sausage, each tray was flavored differently. And once one dish was consumed, a different one would be brought out. Between the food and the dancing, we had a great evening.
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