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7 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Ten Doors

Every week, someone has to get kicked out of Ten Doors. Sometimes they’re fighting, sometimes they’re just really drunk — there are a multitude of ways to accomplish this feat; here are a few of our favorites.


7.) Sneaking In:

Despite the barriers, sneaking into a bar in Chicago isn’t very hard. That said, if the bouncer catches you halfway through the door in the back room at Ten Doors, you’re in trouble. If you do get caught, try to be gracious about it – everybody is going to be Snapchatting when you try and run past the bouncer and he clotheslines you onto the sidewalk.

6.) Dancing on the Pool Table:

We know it sounds like a good idea, but this is a big no-no. What makes this move even more idiotic is the fact that you’re guaranteed to get caught; everyone sees you on top of the pool table – especially the bouncer. He’ll have you off the table and out the door faster than you can say “scratch.”

5.) Spending Too Much Time in the Kitchen:

What are people even doing in the kitchen? Somehow, the kitchen at Ten Doors became the unofficial Cool Kids Club. People spend an inordinate amount of time in the kitchen, and sometimes Narsi doesn’t take too kindly to that. He’ll sic the bouncer on you pretty quick if you don’t stay on his good side.

4.) Fighting:

You would think by now people would have realized not to fight in bars – but that’s not the case. Alcohol gets the blood pumping, and what better way to relieve that energy than punching your frat-rival in the face?

3.) Projectile Vomiting:

We’ve all seen it: the lurching motion toward the bathroom, eyes widening in surprise, a hand halfway to their face – and then the explosion. This incident often occurs in a direct sprint to the bathroom, so avoid standing near the doors if you can. The results typically end in a high-pitched scream from the bartender quickly followed by the bouncer dragging the culprit out by the scruff of his neck.

2.) Bugging the DJ:

Customers going near DJ equipment is always against the rules – however, at Ten Doors, there isn’t a fancy booth and everything is just out on the floor. This gives customers the opportunity to constantly request songs from the DJ, even though he’s never going to play them. Pester him too much and you’ll be back out on the sidewalk pretty quick.

1.) Sneaking a Flask in:

Nobody wants to pay the exorbitant $5 for a Jameson shot so it’s no surprise we’ve all done this once or twice – some of us were unlucky enough to get caught. While it’s embarrassing, this is the best way to get kicked out – at least after you’ve been kicked out, you still got your booze and nothing but time.

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