"Old man" cocktails, house wines, and panini in a tiny European-style bar. Cash only; no phone.
Formerly the Black Beetle, this Humboldt Park bar serves typical bar food—burgers, pizza, nachos.
Venerable Rush Street-area tavern good for burgers, sandwiches, or weekend breakfast.
Elegant old-style Drake Hotel lounge.
Family-run restaurant and tequila bar.
Revived Prohibition-era tavern from the House of Glunz.
Cheery Ukrainian Village bar with free popcorn and generous bartenders.
With board games and a Ping-Pong room, this is a place you could easily pass a few hours reconnecting with your childhood, and maybe for this reason it attracts a younger crowd than some of the other neighborhood institutions. It can get pretty packed on weekends, but there's a beer garden, decorated with Christmas lights and sometimes open even during the winter (with heat lamps).
Popular East Village dive bar offers drink specials, a jukebox, and a pool table.
The Hyde Park classic.
Loud longtime pub crowded with Lincoln Park regulars.
Historic club known for producing musicians, artists, and writers.
Classy cocktail bar in the former Empire Liquors.
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