Venerable Irish pub and music venue.
The broad menu at this decades-old jazz club runs from sandwiches to steaks, pasta, pizza, and shrimp de jonghe.
Music venue with a dinner menu including pizzas and sandwiches, plus brunch on the weekends.
Southern-themed Lettuce restaurant featuring barbecue and two bars with cocktails and a selection of whiskeys masterminded by Paul McGee, formerly of the Whistler.
Blues club with a full Cajun menu, from po'boys to gumbo, plus burgers and salads.
Longtime old-man bar and package store now hipstered up some. Free pool and live music on weekends.
If you must go to Lincoln Park, this last-bastion-of-cool whiskey bar is where you must go.
Rock-themed bar featuring more than 30 kinds of bourbon and such dishes as the Thanksgiving Sandwich and Lyle's Go Go Bread, garlic bread with blue cheese fondue. They even have a stripper pole.
DJs spin at 9 PM.
Irish pub owned by the real McCoy.
Authentic Mexican food in a space that features rock en espagnol on alternate Fridays.
Bar and "virtual venue" filled with flat-screen TVs showing concert videos (there's a schedule on the Web site); the food is surprisingly good.
Sports bar in the old Players Club space.
Evanston cross between a jazz club and a steak house; meat selections are succulent and generous, fish dishes aren't bad either.
Pan-Asian restaurant that turns into a lounge after 11.
Bar, coffee shop, and music venue serving sandwiches, panini, and some vegetarian-friendly fare.
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