Do like we did and post up at a table with some good friends, good beer, and watch as the graphic wall art turns funnier with each drink you put down.
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Wells on Wells is a fairly low-key bar, with two flat screens, plenty of tables and a proudly displayed Iowa Hawkeyes flag.
Rooftop drinking just feels different than being on a regular patio. You’ve got a different view of the skyline and the sun feels that much stronger. So if you’re looking to elevate your level of drinking this summer, here are our picks for best rooftop bars.
Often forgotten in the war of best beer bars in the city, Quenchers has been kicking around since 1979, ever-expanding their beer choices for the thirsty patron. Grab a pint, a handful of popcorn, and voila: welcome to your new favorite bar.
The Local Option has a rock edge to it and probably the biggest and best beer list in Lincoln Park.
For a leisurely lunch on a Saturday afternoon, head to Jerry’s with your game face on. It’s time to tackle some tough decisions and a delicious sandwich.
In this introduction to “FREE! Chicago” we’ll tell you all about how to enjoy locally brewed beers and coffee on the cheap. Spend less, drink more!
You might say Goose Island has made Chicago fit for these other small time bottlers; sowing the seeds of good taste for fellow breweries to graze. I, for one, salute that big fat bird. It’s recognized products like theirs that compose the fabric of Chicago’s image and formulate the lingering consistency of my Chicago pride.
Chicago isn’t alone in the beer craze, but trust me when I say the Midwest is holding its own in having some of the most respected and savored breweries in the country. Revolution Brewery Company is another notch in that belt and certainly one of the finest recent additions to Logan Square.
These colorfully illustrated maps show some of the city’s greatest drinking establishments. The poster presents 14 of the best-known and best-loved of Chicago’s beer bars. An excellent choice for a beer lover in Chicago.
Everyone and their mom is serving a beer aficionado’s selection of micro brews and imported ales these days, but before most would dare consider beer “artisanal” there were two brew belching powerhouses in Chicago showing everyone how it’s done.