Outstanding Bridgeport spot specializing in savory pies and other English fare.
Edgebrook Irish pub open late all week with brunch on weekends.
Gastropub from the people behind Wilde Bar & Restaurant and Beckett's Public House, featuring more than 100 beers and 300 whiskeys.
Scottish pub featuring large selection of beers and single-malt whiskeys, fish-and-chips.
Lincoln Square offshoot of the late, lamented pub.
Boisterous Southport pub serving well-above-average bar food and a few Irish standards.
British Isle favorites and contemporary Irish bistro fare from the family of the late owner of Murphy's Bleachers.
This all-things-to-all-people spot has all the usual trappings of an American Irish pub--fireplace, darts league, passable shepherds pie, and a dozen beers on tap. The sister bar to the downtown Celtic Crossing, its family owned and remarkably friendly. On a recent visit I met Rosie, a fire-haired barmaid with a real brogue, who brought out house-made potato chips still warm from the fryer.
Upscale gastropub across the street from Millennium Park.
A gastropub that serves its own beer, from the owners of the Jarvis Square cafe Towbar.
Irish pub grub in Wrigleyville.
Pub serving Irish-inflected food like shepherd's pie and house-brined corned beef. There are nightly specials and a lengthy list of specialty cocktails and shots.
Natty new Ravenswood Irish pub, just in case we need another. There's live Irish music every Sunday afternoon.
The Beverly institution sets up shop by Sox Park, in the former Jimbo's.
Irish pub in the Hilton Chicago.
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