Marina City location of the minichain.
Classic, reasonably priced tapas in a cavernous—and at times cacophonous—space.
Calculatedly authentic chain Irish pub serving Guinness and hearty pub grub in River North.
Despite the dated decor, the cornmeal-crusted deep-dish pizza still draws fans.
Established in 1921, this landmark bar and restaurant is Chicago's oldest tavern. There's improv the first Friday of every month, with a $5 cover.
Subterranean lounge/upscale sports bar beneath Baume & Brix.
Brewpub cum sports bar offering a vast menu including sliders and gourmet burgers, including some with game.
Family-run Lebanese restaurant in River North
Upscale sports bar drawing the likes of Jonathan Toews and Brian Urlacher.
The former enoteca is now a thin-crust pizzeria that lags behind the rest in an ever growing field.
River North reincarnation of the longtime jazz club and champagne emporium.
Chicago location of a chain that describes itself as "bordello meets burger bar," offering a full bar including spiked shakes, cocktails, and wines by the jug. There's a happy hour daily from 3 to 6 PM.
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