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Guide - Nightlife - Pub

Brehon Pub

731 N Wells St, Chicago, IL 60654 312-642-1071

Description: RIVER NORTH. Large front windows, a high ceiling, and an antique bar greet folks who step inside this Irish pub. Brehon pub is warm and welcoming and features a jukebox and efficient staff. The drink menu includes a number of beers and ales with about 12 or so on tap and a handful available by the bottle. Basic bar eats, including appetizers, burgers, and sandwiches are available. Outdoor socializing spot available during warm weather.
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Burton Place

1447 N Wells St, Chicago, IL 60610 312-664-4699

Description: OLD TOWN. Burton Place attracts a yuppie crowd that fills up this three level establishment in a hurry. The late hours make this a favorite among serious night owls, and the kitchen is open well into the night. Seating by the fireplace is first choice during winter months, and the upstairs pool room makes for a great escape if the downstairs area gets too full. Private rooms are available for parties.
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Cardozo's Pub

170 W Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602 312-236-1573

Description: THE LOOP. Sporting a basement location near City Hall, Cardozo's Pub serves as a watering hole for the city's political and legal movers and shakers. Business types come here after a long day to chat with fellow patrons and relax with a drink or two. Daily drink specials are usually a good option. Bar food such as burgers, salads, and sandwiches are at the ready as well.
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Cavanaugh's Bar & Restaurant

53 W Jackson Blvd, Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL 60604 312-939-3125

Description: THE LOOP. Located in the Monadnock Building, this bar and restaurant offers business types a place to hang their hats during lunch or after work. The entrance is tucked away in a rather nondescript alley, with the only clue to its existence being a green and white striped awning. Green leather and warm wood tones greet guests upon arrival. The menu includes a mix of sandwiches, pastas, salads, and burgers as well as a laundry list of beers.
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Celtic Crossings

751 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60654 312-337-1005

Description: RIVER NORTH. The owners of this authentic Irish pub are themselves former residents of the Emerald Isle, so they feel they have the corner on the market when it comes to recreating a truly Irish bar. Fortunately, many locals tend to agree. A stone fireplace dominates the room and sets a cozy tone for the pub, and Guinness and 13 on-tap beers keep everyone in a good mood. Antique lamps, an old piano, and a lovely wood bar add to the ambiance.
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Dublins

1030 N State St, Chicago, IL 60610 312-266-6340

Description: GOLD COAST. The striped green awnings draw you inside, and the casual atmosphere keeps you here. This pub is homey and fun. Tables are topped with crisp white linens and small candles, while small green lights line the ceiling, casting an "Irish" glow over everything. The menu is a mix of traditional pub favorites, and bartenders do a stellar job of serving up Guinness, domestic and imported beer, and whiskey. The outdoor patio is popular during warm weather months.
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Duke of Perth

2913 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60657 773-477-1741

Description: WRIGLEYVILLE. A traditional Scottish bar, Duke of Perth has a well-rounded menu of Scottish food and drink, including over 75 types of single-malt whiskey. From such a large list, you're sure to find something to pair with your choice from a menu that includes Hebridean leek pie and a variety of burgers. The all-you-can-eat fish 'n chips special offered Wednesday and Friday is a great value.
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Emmit's Irish Pub

495 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60642 312-563-9631

Description: RIVER WEST. Emmit's fulfills all the requirements for a textbook Irish pub ­ a great selection of beer and scotch, traditional grub like shepherd's pie, and live Irish music on weekends. The professional 20-somethings who comprise most of the clientele don't seem to mind this distinct lack of trendiness. Instead, they revel in neighborhood ambience, high-backed booths, and touches of Celtic decor that make Emmit's such a welcoming place to have a pint or two of Guinness and some hot fish and chips.
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Estelle's Cafe & Lounge

2013 W North Ave, Chicago, IL 60647 773-782-0450

Description: BUCKTOWN. Located in Bucktown, Estelle's draws a group that's ready to rock the night away to the sounds of traditional rock and roll. The bar at this neighborhood joint offers three rotating, on-tap brands and a number of bottled varieties. The kitchen is open late and serves up some pretty tasty bar eats ­ burgers, sandwiches, pizzas.
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Fadó Irish Pub

100 W Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60654 312-836-0066

Description: RIVER NORTH. This River North hotspot offers authentic Irish pub atmosphere with food, drink, and entertainment to match. Inside, you'll find quintessential dark-wood bar areas and plenty of "pub" ambiance, though the place does tend to get packed quickly after the sun goes down. A patio towards the rear is a favorite hangout, no matter the season. Fadó features live music ­ dancing is always encouraged ­ as well as special events to celebrate soccer (football!) matches. To mark your visit to this Chicago favorite, be sure to stop by the gift shop and pick up a few things Irish.
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Green Door Tavern

678 N Orleans St, Chicago, IL 60654 312-664-5496

Description: RIVER NORTH. Enter Green Door, and you'll be amazed by its large collection of antiques and memorabilia. Everything from Coca-Cola signs to mounted animal trophies takes a place, along with political items and model airplanes. There's also live music on alternate Friday nights. The menu features sandwiches, pastas, burgers, and about a dozen beers on tap.
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John Barleycorn Memorial Pub

658 W Belden Ave, Chicago, IL 60614 773-348-8899

Description: LINCOLN PARK. This intriguing pub plays the part of an upscale watering hole that plays classical music and displays art slides on screens surrounding the bar. It also features Sunday brunch and a menu of soups, salads, and sandwiches. Wednesday's all-you-can-eat fish and chips is also a big draw. Plus, the drink menu includes more than 30 microbrews and imports. An outdoor patio is perfect during warm weather, and there's a separate bar to take care of folks out there. Lively and energetic.
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Lizzie McNeill's

400 N Mcclurg Ct, Chicago, IL 60611 312-467-1992

Description: RIVER NORTH. This diminutive Irish pub draws a mix of locals that like to swill Harp and Guinness and listen to the jukebox as they relax in front of the fireplace. The menu includes a mix of basic bar eats, including burgers, appetizers, salads, and sandwiches. Of course, many of the items are Irish in nature, like the Irish stew and the corned beef sandwich.
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Miller's Pub

134 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60603 312-263-4988

Description: THE LOOP. Miller's decorates its walls with photos of famous folks who've graced the bar with their presence. The place has been around since 1935, so it has seen its share of foot traffic. And patrons keep coming back to order drinks, watch a game on TV, and fill up from the menu, which includes Italian dishes, seafood, salads, and beef. Time-tested, the baby back ribs and homemade barbecue sauce are legendary.
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Monk's Pub

205 W Lake St, Chicago, IL 60606 312-357-6665

Description: THE LOOP. Loud music blares from the jukebox and peanuts litter the floor at this bar that doesn't stand on pretense. Locals and visitors alike join 'round the bar to sample bottles of imported and domestic beer and feast on thick burgers, spicy wings, and fresh salads. This is a good lunch stop if you need something tasty, fast, and relatively cheap.
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Old Town Pub

1339 N Wells St, Chicago, IL 60610 312-266-6789

Description: OLD TOWN. Open late, this casual pub attracts sports fans and socializers in need of a well-poured drink. The youngish, upscale crowd is usually a mix of locals and visitors to the city. The bar is very capable and deftly serves a range of cocktails, vodka, whiskey, and beers (bottle or on tap) to eagerly waiting patrons. The menu includes a mix of standard appetizers. A rear dining area provides for a quieter environment than the main bar area.
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Pippin's Tavern

806 N Rush St, Chicago, IL 60611 312-787-5435

Description: RIVER NORTH. This small pub boasts the oldest liquor license on Rush Street. They've been around awhile and know how to make you feel at home. The bar features several beers on tap and plenty of bottled varieties. Free popcorn is distributed nightly, and the menu includes appetizers and sandwiches from the nearby Downtown Dogs restaurant. The pub also includes a jukebox, several TV's, and a pinball machine.
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Third Rail Tavern

1133 W Madison St, Chicago, IL 60607 312-432-9107

Description: WEST LOOP. Evoking the ambience of a turn-of-the-century public house, Third Rail offers a great selection of beer and liquor as well as a solid selection of pub food.
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Timothy O'Toole's Pub Chicago

622 N Fairbanks Ct, Chicago, IL 60611 312-642-0700

Description: STREETERVILLE. Timothy O' Toole's is a bustling sort of place that features a number of entertainment options ­ TV's, pool tables, dartboards, interactive trivia games, video games, and of course, the drink menu that includes microbrews as well as domestic and imported beer both on tap and by the bottle. Keep in mind, this place stays rather busy. In fact, they've poured more than 4 million pints of beer and served more than 150 tons of wings since opening in 1992.
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Tuman's Tap & Grill

2201 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60622 773-782-1400

Description: WEST SIDE. The crowd that gathers at Tuman's Tap & Grill is quite diverse, and business folks typically rub elbows with hipsters. However, all are here for the same thing: cheap drinks. Boasting over 25 beers on tap, Tuman's also has a kitchen that serves gastropub favorites ­ PEI mussels, salads, roasted chicken, burgers and fries.
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