The Burlington is quickly emerging as one of Logan Square’s premiere music venues. Even if it’s only a small basement.
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A standout Mexican restaurant in the heart of Wicker Park, Las Palmas offers intimate dining and an outdoor patio, the perfect place for a date or a giddy Margarita Night.
When thinking of great BBQ in Chicago, Smoke Daddy is one of the first places that comes to my mind.
This quaint cafe on Division street serves up great breakfast, brunch, and light lunch everyday of the week.
A 4am bar in Humboldt Park, The Continental has comfortable booths, good music and an attentive staff.
The Beetle boasts a national and international list of fifty bottles and standard drafts from Bell’s, Lagunitas, Three Floyds and more.
This dive bar is perfect for drinking cheap beer and partaking in a game of Candyland and Jenga.
Speckled with small tables and a few booths throughout, Division Street Bar & Grill maintains a relaxed atmosphere while supplying cheap beer and food specials.
Looking for a bar slightly off the beaten path that has great music, excellent cocktails and lots of red lights? Welcome to The California Clipper.
With a focus on local farming, sustainability, and small-batch craft beers and wines, this Humboldt Park locale is a welcome retreat for the west side.
A great place to have a bar crawl, the gentrifying neighborhood of Humboldt Park had lots of places for us to explore.
On select Sunday evenings through October, you can drop in and catch live music at the Centennial Monument in Logan Square as part of the Sundays in the Park music series.
The perfect place to down a pint and enjoy some real futball.
I can think of no better name for this pub and restaurant, as it features some of the best sausages the city has to offer along with 30 draft beers any make-up of taste buds would find appealing.