6341 N. Broadway
Barn & Company
950 W Wrightwood Ave - Chicago
Barn & Company redefines the All-American smokehouse and BBQ shack, with interior elements like reclaimed barn wood walls, rusted tin ceilings, warehouse barn lighting, sleek cement countertops, large open kitchen, with a wood burning pit, big boy smoker and wrap around a courtyard. The bar is stocked with a great selection of American microbrews on draft and bottles, and a variety of bourbon and rye specialty cocktails.
Ohio Street Beach
The name's changed from The Lucky Strike to the Seven Ten Lanes but the place is still the same. Following a month-long city-wide contest The Lucky Strike announced its new moniker at a 10th Anniversary celebration on August 26 2005 at the Lincoln Park location. John Farrell 24 of Lincoln Square picked the winner; now the lucky guy has free bowling for life. This location sports the same 1920s Art Deco panache as the original Lincoln Park address. University of Chicago cats and hip Hyde Parkers will be drawn to the retro feel of this place exemplified by the vintage furniture and old-school light fixtures. Whether you're in the market for a quick burger and brew or feel like shooting some pool or bowling a few frames this is your spot.
Carlos 'n Charlies Vegas
Las Vegas in the Flamingo
Carlos’n Charlie’s is a family-friendly, 100% Mexican restaurant, where the genuine personality and subtle humor of Grupo Anderson’s founder, Carlos Anderson, is apparent in every detail. In a laid-back, casual setting, guests are free to do as they please as they are entertained by their surroundings – dancing on chairs, comical skit performances, singing and more. The servers work as a team, paying close attention to detail and entertaining guests individually to ensure that each person leaves with an unforgettable memory of the restaurant.
Carlos’n Charlie’s does not strive to be a themed restaurant, and it is not perceived as one. What makes Carlos’n Charlie’s different from most restaurants is that it not only sells authentic food and drink, but it also offers a priceless and memorable dining experience.
Carlos’n Charlie’s is a timeless restaurant that people of all ages will continue to enjoy for years to come.
Now serving breakfast daily from 8am - 12pm!
3660 N. Clark St. Chicago, IL 60613
Casey Moran's, Wrigleyville's Premier Sports Bar establishment, is a fan favorite for the best food, drinks and staff in the shadow of Wrigley Field. Casey Moran's boasts six fully-stocked bars, outdoor beer garden with retractable roof and upper-level VIP lounge. Casey Moran's will also be the unveiling a new chic rooftop deck, The Ivy Lounge, in June 2013. With our thirty-plus 52″ plasma-screen TVs and surround-sound capabilities, there's not a bad seat in the house to watch your favorite teams in style. It's not hard to see why Casey Moran's has quickly become a fan favorite year-round.
Neighborhood: North Center4301 N. Western Ave.Chicago, IL 60618
Clover Sports & Leisure
722 W Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60654
3443 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago, IL 60657
The Dark Horse Tap and Grille, just blocks from Wrigley Field, aims to balance its sporty and sophisticated leanings. There's plenty of flat-screen TVs and dark mahogany finishings throughout, and in the Fall you're sure to catch University of Michigan football games Saturdays and Pittsburgh Steelers games Sundays. Locals who don't feel like cooking can enjoy their "neighborhood-feel" bar food complete with a wide array of salads, sandwiches and non-traditional bar sides such as green beans and mashed potatoes.
Deuce's & The Diamond Club
3505 N. Clark Street, Chicago Illinois 60657
Deuce’s & The Diamond Club (D&D), which boasts a reclaimed and industrial interior, offers guests a unparalleled experience in Wrigleyville. Unique features include private and semi-private event space, large outdoor patio with private cabanas and reflecting pool feature, second-level cocktail lounge and a 40-person island bar near the main entrance. With a wide selection of craft beers, aged whiskeys and gourmet burgers, D&D is a home run for any type of crowd or event.
Neighborhood: Lincoln Park2758 N. Ashland Ave.Chicago, IL 60614http://www.fourshadows.net/
"Four shadows is that neighborhood bar that you just can't get enough of
Great for watching games, excellent service, and it has that cozy feel to it
In regard to food they have a excellent chicken sandwich with incredible pretzel bread they always have great specials
Definitely check this place out if you're in the Lincoln Park area..."- Yelp Reviewer
Hardwater Bar and Grill
7545 N Clark, Chicago, 60626
This is a story of a great place on Clark Street in Rogers Park. Hard Waters success starts with our talented staff, which is more like a family to us. We believe a happy work enviornment means happy workers, and in effect, happy patrons.
Hard Water is a gaming fans digital dream. We have over 30 high def screens here for your viewing pleasure including a HUGE projector TV and personal TV’s at most of our booths. Hard Waters Interior is beautiful. With over 3000 square feet inside and 800 square foot outdoor beer garden (enclosed & heated on cooler nights) you will enjoy the comfort of spacial harmony. Nothing wrong with year long bags & beer pong!
Have I mentioned our food? Award winning executive chef Christopher Osterman servers up 6 signature sauces and specialty burgers that will have you saying “donut mind if I do”? Yep – that’s one of our most popular burger choices. So many delicious entries and appetizers, we know you will leave with a fully belly and a satisfied smile.
3369 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60657
Named in homage to legendary University of Alabama coach Bear Bryant and his signature houndstooth hat, Houndstooth Saloon may be in the heart of Cubs country, but there’s no doubt it’s a pure Alabama bar and headquarters for homesick Southern transplants.
Country music lovers with or without a bona fide Southern pedigree flock in for Country Night three days a week, when a sea of rowdy regulars in ten-gallon hats stand brim-to-brim to down drink specials and tap their booted toes to the deafening country twang. The music is just as loud on other nights, though the crowd tends to be mellower, content to settle in at the simple wooden tables, dig into a burger, and check the latest scores. An obvious Dixie spirit keeps the scene lively at Houndstooth Saloon, where anyone with a hankering for ‘Bama football or loud country music will find a great hoedown in the wilds of Wrigleyville.
110 W Hubbard St, Chicago, IL 60654
Hubbard Inn, Chicago’s Original Continental Tavern, celebrates the bohemian spirit of dining, cocktailing and design, in an intimate interior that draws guests into a distinct dining experience, offering European-inspired dishes, quintessential mid-century cocktails, eccentric décor, and eclectic music. Stop by for Happy Hour or dinner sometime.
Kelsey's - Lincoln Park
2265 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, IL 60614
There still is a classic old-style neighborhood saloon in the heart of Lincoln Park and you've found it the minute you walk through the door of Kelsey's. The friendly faces and one of the longest bars in the city make for a terrific and welcoming atmosphere. You'll also find one of the most extensive selections of fine liquors anywhere as well as an extensive array of import domestic and craft beers. Kelsey's is also a popular location for catching all your favorite sporting events. We feature satellite capability and with a big screen in the front and plenty of monitors throughout the bar there's not a bad seat in our house. Other amenities include a Golden Tee Golf game and other games.
950 West Armitage Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614
Kincade’s, located next to the Armitage el stop, is an upscale sports bar and a long time Lincoln Park favorite for good times and great food.The restaurant offers a casual, inviting atmosphere, complete with swing open storefront French doors and upper and lower levels.
The main floor features a 10 foot screen, 13+ HD Plasma TV’s & several monitors making every seat a great seat to catch all your favorite sporting venues! Other amenities include an outdoor patio/beer garden, several Private Party Rooms and Inexpensive Package Deals for up to 300 people! Kincade’s is the place to host your next special event! Fund-raisers, birthdays, theme parties, corporate events, bachelor(ette) parties and more, let us handle the details for you!
Last Call Tavern Group
1925 W Cortland Ave Chicago, IL 60622
An inviting corner bar deeply rooted into Chicago's dark political past, Lottie's remains a historic spot with undeniable neighborhood charm - a perfect backdrop for your next party. Plan your next party in the very room where some of Chicago's gangsters and politicians held their own! Book your party directly from our website below in just a couple of clicks.
Book your next party at Lottie's by using our easy-to-use online booking system. It's easy, it's fast, and you can share your party with all your friends once it's booked VERY EASILY
2100 Irving Park Rd, Chicago, IL 60618
O’Donovan’s is a casual, comfortable, neighborhood bar & restaurant, located in the North Center area of Chicago. We used to be Schulien’s, a famous magician owned restaurant with one of the oldest liquor licenses in the city. We have kept the magic on Fri, Sat, and Sun 6-9pm. OD’s has a full menu, serving food until 1am. Stop by and see us sometime!
ROCKS North Center
4138 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60618
ROCKS Northcenter is the kind of place that everyone needs in their life. It’s like a warm cup of milk on a cold winter’s night, except instead of milk we are giving you a huge burger and 3 fingers of whiskey. (Which is way better because warm milk is disgusting). ROCKS Northcenter has something for everyone. Great food served ‘till midnight or later every night. A vast selection of whiskey to pour over our signature ROCK. Remarkable outdoor patio seating to enjoy the 3 weeks of great Chicago weather we get every year and the friendly service you can expect from a great neighborhood bar.
Spirit Of India Feni
320 W. Illinois St
The Butcher's Tap
3553 N. Southport Ave. Chicago, IL 60657
==Originally a butcher shop, this location has catered to Southport Corridor and Wrigley since 1932. Honoring the tradition and history, The Butcher’s Tap provides our neighbors with locally grown products, straight from the farm. Taking a cut out of the butcher shop experience, our customers will enjoy non-processed, locally sourced deli meats and cheeses. Distinctive to the area, we carry an extensive selection of over 100 beers, 60 on draft, and unique seasonal cocktails.
The Dock at Montrose Beach
200 W Montrose Dr, Chicago, IL 60640
We love to meet people who want to share their love of food (and drinks) at the beach, we're open for events or private parties. Drop us a line or give us a call.
The Edge Bar and Grill
2720 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60614
American bar & grill for elevated classics, from egg skillets to rib-eye steaks, plus cocktails.
The Full Shilling
3724 N. Clark St.
Located in the heart of Wrigleyville The Full Shilling offers its customers a true Wrigley-experience. With its Irish-sports pub theme guests are treated to a lively and fun atmosphere when they walk through the door. .
1638 West Belmont Avenue, Chicago, IL 60657
Opened in Summer 2008, The Pony’s neighborhood charm and laid back approach provides an ideal backdrop for any type of crowd. Perfect for drinks with friends or grabbing a bite from the mouthwatering southwestern-inspired menu, The Pony is sure to be your new neighborhood hangout! We can’t wait to make you a regular!
1840 West North Avenue
Taking its cue from the laid back way of southern life, this low-down Bucktown bar offers a deep selection of small batch bourbons, micro-brews, hearty whiskeys and plenty of specialty drinks.
When hunger strikes - as it always does when people get together – The Southern satisfies with a menu that raises the bar on bar food. We use ingredients from local farmers and sustainable sources for dishes like fried green tomatoes, slow braised pork shoulder and Charleston-style crab cakes. For bigger appetites, expect to find soul-satisfying mac 'n' cheese and grilled shrimp with grits.
12237 S. Western Ave.Blue Island, IL 60406
Easy-going Tommy's Place features a live band, karaoke, or DJs every night except Sunday, when people can come in and play NTN Trivia or Playstation 2 on one of 15 big screen TVs. Food's served until late, with appetizers including White Castle cheeseburgers, grilled chicken salad, and beer-battered cheese sticks, and steak standwiches, meatball sandwiches, and half-pound burgers. It's a good place to watch sports, though hats and sports apparel are not allowed.
Yak-Zies The Original
506 W. Diversey
Welcome to Yak-Zies Wrigleyville
3710 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60613
This Wrigleyville spot hops when the Cubs are in town, both before and after the games. With an enormous outdoor patio and windows opening in front, Yak-Zies is a great place for groups to get pumped up for the game or to keep that victory buzz going afterward. There are 22 TVs and 7 more big screens for keeping an eye on any action, including college sports. The kitchen is open until 1 a.m. every night, dishing up pub fare that includes Buffalo wings (whose recipe comes from the original Anchor Bar in Buffalo, N.Y). Yak-Zies also has its own &peeza& recipe with a special parsley crust and &tang& sauce.