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.
A Loop institution, next to the Palmer House.
Loop tavern and "carvery" tapped by GQ restaurant critic Alan Richman as offering one of the nation's 20 hamburgers "you must eat before you die."
Historic club known for producing musicians, artists, and writers.
Cafe and lounge in a historic Division Street bathhouse, now once again operating as a spa.
Classy cocktail bar in the former Empire Liquors.
Although this liquor store/bar doesn't offer much in the way of atmosphere, there's a nearly endless alcohol selection.
Rich Melman's original American fern bar featuring retro 70s decor, huge salad bar, still-great burgers.
Sexagenarian tavern now under new ownership.
Great burgers and other way-above-average bar food.
Part sports bar, part liquor store, part Polish dive.
Private club in the basement of Ida Noyes Hall with more than 100 beers; admission for nonmembers is $3.
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