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Nightlife in Lincoln Park
Joe’s on Weed offers a great place to watch sports and drink cheap beer.
Located just off the DePaul campus in Lincoln Park, McGee’s is crawling with twenty-somethings on one mission: to get really drunk.
Partiers flock to this spot as a late-night option, and you can expect patrons to be three sheets to the wind and ready to give their dancing shoes a workout.
Another bar from the Casey Moran crew (Kelsey’s, Kincades, Twisted Lizard, O’Donovan’s), Kendall’s is a staple on the strip of Lincoln Avenue bars that seem constantly packed with young 20-somethings looking for a good deal and a place to catch the game.
Good food and beer specials, a rowdy crowd, and karaoke & trivia nights. What more could you want in a Lincoln Park bar?
This bar/lounge, located above Lion’s Head Pub, is set-up exactly like its namesake, a real apartment.
Gamekeepers is the quintessential Lincoln Park 4am (5am on Saturdays) bar.
Catering mostly to the Depaul crowd, Halligan’s is a typical Irish bar boasting lots of Guinness and Jameson.
Without anthropomorphizing music venues or speculating on a given building’s feelings, Schubas’ little sister Lincoln Hall has quickly become the premier music venue in all of Chicago.
Racine Plumbing Company is a welcome addition to the neighborhood spot on Lincoln Avenue once occupied by Chi-town Tap.
Delilah’s is one of the best spots in Chicago for blowing off steam on those days when the torture of a 9-5 starts to become too much. Don’t jump! Instead, take a gander at a whiskey selection that offers over 350 options from 11 countries.
You can’t go wrong with a night of Chicago blues at Kingston Mines.
With four different rooms and four distinct atmospheres, Kincades has a little something for everyone.