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.
The California Clipper will make you feel like you have entered another decade with its old school drinks and feel. And who can say no to a place that NEVER has a cover?
Quick, what does a bull’s-eye, a stack of arrows, and the North Ave bus have in common? It’s the Archery Bow Range of course.
Take a trip on the Bloomingdale Trail, one of the best examples of a lost territory, a place that seems to exist outside the context of the rest of Chicago’s urban shuffle.
This is chicken at its best.