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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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Cubby Bear Lounge

1059 W Addison St, Chicago, IL 60657 773-327-1662

Description: WRIGLEYVILLE. Conveniently located across from Wrigley Field, Cubby Bear Lounge draws fans to a welcoming, spacious interior. The large bar features live music most nights and has hosted many famous national acts, including Johnny Cash, B. B. King, and Run DMC. Drinks are plentiful and include bottled and on-tap beers. The menu includes basic bar eats like wings, nachos, quesadillas, salads, and sandwiches. Over 100 TVs dot the interior landscape, making sure you never miss a play.
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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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Full Shilling Public House

3724 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60613 773-248-3330

Description: WRIGLEYVILLE. Whether you're a die-hard Cubs fan or just in the Wrigleyville neighborhood, stop in at Full Shilling for a warm welcome and distinctly relaxed ambience. Several TVs scattered about the pub keep you up-to-date with the latest sports news, while patrons who prefer tunes with their pints can download songs from the Internet jukebox. Daily specials on food and drink help turn first-time visitors into regulars. Don't miss corned beef and cabbage on Sunday nights!
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Gamekeepers Tavern & Grill

1971 N Lincoln Ave, at W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60614 773-549-0400

Description: LINCOLN PARK. At Gamekeepers, you're sure to find a comfortable seat to keep an eye on the big game. In fact, screens are everywhere (over 35), keeping you posted on the stats from MLB baseball to NASCAR. Pool tables and occasional live music provide alternative entertainment options. The drink menu includes tap beer (Goose Island, Honker's, and Harp) domestic beers (Bud, Coors, and Michelob), and imports (Beck's, Corona, and Amstel Light). Pizzas, appetizers, soups, salads, and sandwiches comprise the food menu.
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Goose Island Wrigleyville Brew Pub

3535 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60657 773-832-9040

Description: WRIGLEYVILLE. Thirsty after a game? Head to this pub that brews up its own ale ­ over 10 homemade brews on tap. Try the signature drink, Honker's Ale, featuring a rich malt middle and a gentle hop finish. The bar also includes a small food menu with traditional eats, wings, bbq, sandwiches, fries, burgers, etc. Want to learn about brewing? Take the $10 tour of the Clybourn Brewery, provided every Saturday. Tastings after the tour included.
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Irish Oak Restaurant & Pub

3511 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60657 773-935-6669

Description: WRIGLEYVILLE. After a game at Wrigley Field, stop by this authentic, family owned and operated bar for a drink and some authentic Irish eats. The owners have over 20 years of experience, and it shows in the way they serve patrons. The drink menu features a lineup of lagers, ales, and stouts on tap as well as a number of domestic and imported bottled beers, specialty coffees, and non-alcoholic beers. Authentic eats include the obligatory shepherd's pie and fish 'n chips.
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950 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60614 773-348-0010

Description: LINCOLN PARK. Calling all sports fans! Kincade's is a sports bar that is super serious about making sure you don't miss a single play. With five big screens and over 60 monitors, this establishment keeps the plays coming. Outdoor patio dining makes for a pleasant evening after the ball game. The menu includes a mix of traditional bar eats ­ salads, sandwiches, miscellaneous appetizers, and burgers. Each night specials are posted. For example, Mondays mean burgers for a buck!
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950 W Webster Ave, Chicago, IL 60614 773-549-8200

Description: LINCOLN PARK. McGee's is a neighborhood watering hole that draws a mix of students from nearby DePaul University and professionals looking to unwind after a hard day with their noses to the grind. The social scene is quite active, making for an upbeat happy hour. Thirty-two TV's and four big screens keep patrons posted on the latest goings on in the sports world. Almost 30 on-tap brews keep things hopping for the bartenders. Saturday and Sunday brunches are available.
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Murphy's Bleachers

3655 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago, IL 60613 773-281-5356

Description: WRIGLEYVILLE. What could beat roof-top seating looking out onto Wrigley Field? This sports bar offers just that, as well as a bevy of monitors to keep you posted on competitions across the globe. Sports memorabilia lines the walls, reminding folks that Murphy's is a shrine to all things athletic. Daily drink specials make for a great value, and the signature pink vodka lemonade is so good that you'll probably order more than one. Sidewalk seating is available.
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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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O'Neil's on Wells

411 S Wells St, Chicago, IL 60607 312-922-1778

Description: SOUTH LOOP. This sports bar draws a diverse mix of folks, who enjoy meeting up with friends and lingering over conversation on the outdoor, Olympic-themed deck during warm weather. Friday nights bring out karaoke singers, and nightly drink specials are added enticement. The large interior also offers pool tables.
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2326 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60614 773-348-1774

Description: LINCOLN PARK. Head to Raven's and order something from the bar and then head to their infamous jukebox to crank up some made-to-order tunes. Darts, poker, and shuffleboard provide entertainment in addition to the many televisions that report the latest sports updates and stats. The outdoor patio is a perfect gathering spot on warm summer evenings. As the night gets later, the place gets more crazy and fills with younger and younger folks.
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Schoolyard Tavern

3258 N Southport Ave, Chicago, IL 60657 773-528-8226

Description: LAKE VIEW. Sports aficionados congregate at this pleasant tavern to catch the game and feast on upscale pub eats. With 16 beers on draft and another 12 in bottles, there's no shortage of liquid refreshment. Those in search of a meal should try a gourmet grilled cheese sandwich dripping with cheddar and provolone or crunchy Baja fish tacos, stuffed with beer-battered cod. Schoolyard takes the sports bar concept to new lengths, offering a sponsorship package for local intramural teams of all sorts.
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Seven Ten Lounge

2747 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614 773-549-2695

Description: LINCOLN PARK. There's plenty going on at this North Lincoln location. You'll find eight bowling lanes, six pool tables, and video games. The bowling is first come first serve, and four lanes are specifically reserved for private parties. The Art Deco interior sets the stage for the youngish party crowd to swig on-tap and bottled beers as well as single malt scotches and inventive martinis. The menu includes the regular roster of salads, pizzas, quesadillas, and sandwiches.
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Sluggers World Class Sports Bar & Grill

3540 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60613 773-248-0055

Description: WRIGLEYVILLE. In a town that's baseball crazy, a bar with the name Sluggers fits right in. This sports bar not only allows patrons to watch a variety of sports on the screen, it also gives them the opportunity to hone their skills on basketball hoops, pitching machines, and a Hi-Ball game. Video games, pool tables, and dart boards also provide amusement options. Drink specials available most nights. Private party rooms available.
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South Loop Club

701 S State St, Chicago, IL 60605 312-427-2787

Description: SOUTH LOOP. It's all about sports at this neighborhood bar, where the walls are lined with all manner of sports memorabilia, including helmets, logos, signs, and posters. Large-screen televisions report the latest stats, and the bar serves 12 on-tap beers and 60 bottled varieties. A jukebox, Golden Tee Golf, and dart boards provide entertainment. The menu includes basic bar eats like burgers, pizzas, ribs, wings, and sandwiches.
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Southport Lanes and Billiards

3325 N Southport Ave, Chicago, IL 60657 773-472-6600

Description: WRIGLEYVILLE. Established in 1922, this alley is one of a handful worldwide to still offer the old tradition of live pinsetters. The warning ("Don't bowl if you see legs") should be taken seriously. Put a rolled-up dollar in one of the holes of your ball and gently roll it down the alley. This little tip is most appreciated and can drastically improve your game. The vintage bar is delightful with pool tables, an arcade, a sidewalk café, great microbrew beers, and sandwiches.
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The Store

2002 N Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60614 773-327-7766

Description: LINCOLN PARK. The main reason for heading to this bar is that it closes at 4am, when most Chicago sports bars have long since retired for the night. The interior space is narrow and dotted with bar stools where sports fans are perched, catching their favorite team on one of the many TVs that line the walls. The bar offers draft beers such as Harp, Samuel Adams, Guinness, and Fosters as well as bottled beers such as Miller Lite, Bud, Amstel Light, and Heineken.
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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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