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The Best of the Best: The Top 10
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Mellow gin joint in Logan Square.Suggested drink: Swizzle #3—Death's Door gin, rum, Lillet blonde, passion fruit, lime, orgeat, bitters
3201 W. Armitage Ave., (773) 252-97002. Big Star:
Relaxed whiskey joint in Wicker Park known for good food.Suggested drink: The Big Star Margarita
or $3 whiskey shot du jour
1531 N. Damen Ave., (773) 235-40393. The Aviary:
An expensive dip into top-notch drink mixolgy.Suggested drink: In the Rocks—rye, bitters, vermouth cocooned in a hollow ice cube
955 W. Fulton Market, (312) 226-08684. Maria's Packaged Goods & Community Bar:
A South Side come-as-you-are store/tavern.Suggested drink: Beer (there are over 450 offered)
960 W. 31st St., (773) 890-05885. The Whistler:
Inventive cocktails at a reasonable price.Suggested drink: The Quill—a pseudo Negroni with absinthe
2421 N. Milwaukee Ave., (773) 227-35306. Rootstock:
A nontraditional wine bar with relatively moderate prices.Suggested drink: Chateau Tire Pé Diem Bordeaux
954 N. California Ave., (773) 292-16167. Drumbar:
A moody lounge-bar in the Raffaello Hotel with stellar cocktails.Suggested drink: The Pineapple—green Chartreuse, pineapple juice, lime juice, mint
201 E. Delaware Pl., (312) 943-50008. Half Acre Tap Room:
Adjacent to the brewery, this bar has a singular focus: Half Acre beers.Suggested drink: Sticky Fat—a dark ale
4257 N. Lincoln Ave., (773) 248-4038*9. Delilah's:
A small, eclectic, tattooed purveyor of whiskey with more than 500 to choose from.Suggested drink: Parker's Heritage Collection ten-year-old wheated bourbon
2771 N. Lincoln Ave., (773) 472-277110. Joie de Vine:
A craft beer hub with an appreciation for small-batch
distilleries.Suggested drink: Name the liquor that you like and let them figure it out
1744 W. Balmoral Ave., (773) 989-6846The 8 Best Hotel Lounges
1. Allium at the Four Seasons:
The Magnificent Mile’s clubby corner bar.
120 E. Delaware Pl., (312) 799-4900
2. The Bar at the Peninsula Chicago:
Warm red walls, a flickering fireplace, and a name that is simplicity itself.
108 E. Superior St., (312) 573-6766
3. Crimson Lounge at Hotel Sax:
A glittering bar that makes it futile to resist overindulgence.
333 N. Dearborn St., (312) 923-24734. The J. Parker at Hotel Lincoln:
This is a rooftop bar that offers an impressive view to accompany its delicious seasonal craft cocktails.
1816 N. Clark St., (312) 254-47475. The Library at the Public Chicago:
This Gold Coast spot is far enough removed from the scene to let you enjoy the panorama.
1301 N. State Pkwy., (312) 787-37006. Lockwood Bar at the Palmer House:
This is a quintessential urban hotel experience.
17 E. Monroe St., (312) 917-34047. Rebar at Trump International Hotel & Tower:
The Trump serves up chic cocktails and unparalleled visual treats: the Chicago River, the DuSable Bridge, and Lake Michigan.
401 N. Wabash Ave., (312) 588-8034
8. Roof at theWit:
In this 7,000-square-foot rooftop the drinks are simple and strong with an unobstructed view of nearly the entire Loop.
201 N. State St., (312) 239-9501
The 5 Best Game Day Bars
Casual sports watchers, this is the bar for you: Two mammoth screens are dutifully tuned to the day’s games, but Guns N’ Roses blasts from the speakers.
1725 W. Division St., (773) 697-4804
2. Lincoln Tap Room:
It has five massive TVs, a 100-inch projection screen, and an exceptional international tap selection. NOTE: Bears fans welcome—unless the Steelers are playing.
3010 N. Lincoln Ave., (773) 868-006
3. Schaller’s Pump:
This tavern plays host to die-hard Sox fans and 11th Ward Democrats (the HQ is across the street). Its age shows, but the owners keep things buzzing with cheap Old Style cans and home-cooked grub.
3714 S. Halsted St., (773) 376-6332
4. Tripoli Tap:
Boston sports followers swarm the well-worn wooden tables on weekends at this wicked awesome watering hole, although any dive lover can enjoy the $3 beer specials.
1147 W. Armitage Ave., (773) 477-4400
5. Will’s Northwoods Inn:
NOTE: This is damn, dirty Packers' bar. You've been forewarned.
3030 N. Racine St., (773) 528-4400
The 12 Best Cocktail Spots
1. Bar Deville:
Haunt this moody den for its cozy front room, DJ-fueled dance parties, and the delish classic cocktails.Suggested drink: The Last Word—Beefeater gin, green Chartreuse, maraschino, lime
701 N. Damen Ave., (312) 929-2349
2. The Barrelhouse Flat:
An old upright piano sets the speakeasy tone, while a noteworthy beverage list and friendly patrons carry the lively melody.Suggested drink: Purple Fizz—Sloe gin, soda, grapefruit, lemon, simple syrup
2624 N. Lincoln Ave., (773) 857-0421
3. The Drawing Room:
The carefully crafted drinks speak for themselves. If you need help, the knowledgeable staff complies without imparting guilt.Suggested drink: The Old Man Monk and the Sea—Old Weller 107, Lustau dry oloroso, benedictine
937 N. Rush St., (312) 266-2694
4. The Grafton:
At this Celtic haven, partake in an assortment of Irish, American, and Scotch whiskeys, a rotating selection of craft beers, and a folksy Sunday sing-along.Suggested drink: Fireside Old Fashioned with Buffalo Trace bourbon
4530 N. Lincoln Ave., (773) 271-9000
5. Longman & Eagle:
The meat-heavy menu and nearly 60 bourbons on hand qualify this restaurant, bar, and inn as the city man’s hunting lodge.Suggested drink: 1-2 Punsch Swedish—punsch, Leather-bee gin, apricot liqueur, bitters
2657 N. Kedzie Ave., (773) 276-71106. The Matchbox:
A claustrophobic’s nightmare and a cocktailer’s dream, this 18-seater spins out stiff, cheap, and superb drinks.Suggested drink: Margarita with egg white and lemon-lime juice
770 N. Milwaukee Ave., (312) 666-92927. Maude's Liquor Bar:
This sexy space approaches “refined” in eccentric ways: mismatched chandeliers, tiled walls, wood tables, a $165 shellfish tower, and Miller High Life.Suggested drink: Maude’s Punch Smith & Cross—rum, egg white, angostura bitters
840 W. Randolph St., (312) 243-97128. Sable:
Award-winning tipples from Violet Hour vet Mike Ryan are reason enough to go, but add in a sprawling 40-foot bar and proximity to the Loop theatres, and why go anywhere else?Suggested drink: War of the Roses—Pimm’s, Citadelle gin, Chase elderflower, mint, lime
505 N. State St., (312) 755-97049. Tiny Lounge:
This swanky drink haven crafts a true whiskey sour, along with myriad martinis and, as a bonus, to-die-for desserts.Suggested drink: Goliath North—Shore Gin 11, green Chartreuse, lime
4352 N. Leavitt St., (773) 463-039610. The Violet Hour:
Little has changed at this candlelit date spot since its fawned-over opening in 2007: consistent menu and staff, cozy quarters, and long lines.Suggested drink: First Snow—Herbsaint, aquavit, egg white, lemon sugar, peppermint water
1520 N. Damen Ave., (773) 252-150011. Watershed:
The drinks at this faux speakeasy include mainly Midwestern spirits, while the overstuffed leather couches add to the windowless parlor’s intimate appeal.Suggested drink: Natty Gann—FEW gin, lemon cordial, Leopold Alpine liqueur, bitters
601 N. State St., (312) 266-493212. Weegee's Lounge:
The low-lit space specializes in classic cocktails. Its dark corners and hushed tones are perfect for an intimate date.Suggested drink: Aviation—City of London gin, creme de violette, maraschino
3659 W. Armitage St., (773) 384-0707The 10 Best Bars for Grub1. Bavette’s Bar & Boeuf:
There’s no finer way to pass a blustery evening than chasing shrimp cocktail with old fashioneds in the man-cave-esque lower-level lounge of Brendan Sodikoff’s buzzy steak joint.
218 W. Kinzie St., (312) 624-8154 2. Cortland’s Garage:
Chicago Magazine voted the Cortland Street burger one of the best in Chicago, but the pulled pork sandwich and short rib chili nachos are just as mouthwatering.
1645 W. Cortland St., (773) 862-7877 3. Dancen:
This Korean dive looks pretty bleak, but at 1 a.m., with fried pork skins and bek se ju rice wine warming your insides, it’s downright heroic.
5114 N. Lincoln Ave., (773) 878-2400 4. McGill’s:
At this charmingly relaxed pub, the smiley guy working the grill does a yeoman’s job with fried cheese cubes and spicy chicken wings. Go on Thursday for $3 craft beers.
4453 N. Pulaski Rd., (773) 478-60965. Moody’s Pub:
Two steps above a hole in the wall Edgewater’s legendary tavern still stuffs its patrons with scrumptious burgers, heaps of fries, and cold beers.
5910 N. Broadway, (773) 275-26966. Old Town Social:
Though this three-year-old bi-level haunt has an identity crisis, it somehow manages to work.
455 W. North Ave., (312) 266-22777. Simone’s:
This funky Pilsen grill may be known for its bowling alley floors and exotic craft beer selections, but its vegetarian-friendly fare is just as delightful.
960 W. 18th St., (773) 666-86018. SmallBar:
Soccer fans frequent it. Beer aficionados appreciate it. And foodies love it.
2049 W. Division St., (773) 772-27279. Three Aces:
Some of the most inspired food in Little Italy hails from this rock-themed hangout, where tatted-up patrons indulge in locally sourced bites that have no business being on a bar menu.
1321 W. Taylor St., (312) 243-157710. Tuman’s Tap & Grill:
What had begun to lapse into another nostalgic corner spot now teems with microbrews and darn good seasonally rotating eats.
2159 W. Chicago Ave., (773) 782-1400The 5 Best Bars for Music1. Empty Bottle:
The vastness of this nightly alt music venue makes for a surprisingly accommodating outing for all. The cheap beer doesn’t hurt.
1035 N. Western Ave., (773) 276-36002. The Green Mill:
This history-laden jazz lounge (the small booth just past the bar was Al Capone’s favorite) specializes in intimacy—especially since loud conversation is a no-no.
4802 N. Broadway, (773) 878-55523. The Hideout:
Go for the extensive beer list and stay for the show: Jack White, Billy Corgan, and Wild Belle have all played—and imbibed—in these sacred halls.
1354 W. Wabansia Ave., (773) 227-44334. Honky Tonk BBQ:
A veritable grab bag of live sets—from a Patsy Cline cover band to a bluegrass trio—and Old Style served with a slab of candied bacon keep this joint of Food Network fame buzzing.
1800 S. Racine Ave., (312) 226-74275. Hungry Brain:
The acoustic-set-loving regulars hear indie on the weekends and jazz on Sundays. The offbeat decor and mismatched furniture might be a bit perplexing, but that’s what gives this eclectic spot its charm.
2319 W. Belmont Ave., (773) 709-1401The 6 Best Craft Beer Havens1. Fischman Liquors & Tavern:
A primo craft beer menu (all are available for sale at the attached liquor store), live tunes, and weekly food truck gatherings.
4780 N. Milwaukee Ave., (773) 545-01232. Fountainhead:
Stocking 190 beers (and 420 whiskeys!), the three-year-old woodsy corner bar prides itself on its comprehensive drink menu (including gluten-free beer) and hearty nosh.
1970 W. Montrose Ave., (773) 697-82043. Hopleaf:
The perennially packed Belgian beer haven expanded last summer, adding more draft lines for your imbibing pleasure and a kitchen five times the size of its predecessor.
5148 N. Clark St., (773) 334-9851*4. Map Room:
This international café brims with maps (no surprise) and rotating beers, including cask-conditioned and gluten-free varieties. With more than 200 brews from 36 countries on hand, you might actually need a GPS.
1949 N. Hoyne Ave., (773) 252-76365. Quenchers Saloon:
Some come to this nearly 35-year-old watering hole for the live bands, others for the beer (250-plus ever-changing options), and still others for the kitsch (a photo booth and a collection of obscure books).
2401 N. Western Ave., (773) 276-97306. Sheffield’s:
With its tree-shaded garden and proximity to Wrigley Field, the Lake View joint is often the spot to nab the newest seasonal brew before other bars get their taps on it.
3258 N. Sheffield Ave., (773) 281-4989The 6 Best Wine Bars1. Ada St.:
This upscale small-plate spot thrills with its craft cocktail program, but the massive wine library at the entrance is truly the most enchanting part.
1664 N. Ada St., (773) 697-70692. Bar Pastoral:
The quintessential wine and cheese bar, with Top Chef’s Chrissy Camba in the kitchen and carefully selected wines from both near and far.
2947 N. Broadway, (773) 472-47813. The Bluebird:
It’s true that the ambitious craft beer menu eclipses the wine list in both size and scope at this cozy wood-paneled resto-bar. But in this case, sharp editing is a good thing.
1749 N. Damen Ave., (773) 486-24734. RM Champagne Salon:
The team behind Nellcôte brings the bubbles—more than 280 labels, ranging from $35 to $1,500—at this hidden Parisian gem. Read: expensive.
116 N. Green St., (312) 243-11995. Telegraph:
Jeremy Quinn, picked by Food & Wine as one of its eight top sommeliers of 2012, hand selects each wine by taking seasonal scouting trips to Europe to meet producers.
2601 N. Milwaukee Ave., (773) 292-9463 6. Vera:
The Spain-obsessed wine bar boasts 15 sherries in addition to its eclectic 100-bottle-deep wine list, which is quartered into “Old School Spain,” “New School Spain,” “Neighbors,” and “Americas.”
1023 W. Lake St., (312) 243-9770The 5 Best LGBT Bars1. Big Chicks:
A’ville and B’town residents flock to this Uptown hipster dive’s dance floor on the weekends.
5024 N. Sheridan Rd., (773) 728-55112. Elixir:
This intimate bar serves up impressive signature cocktails well worth the probable wait for a seat. The diverse clientele and helpful bartenders make non-Boystowners feel more than welcome.
3452 N. Halsted St., (773) 975-92443. Second Story:
Be ready for (super) stiff drinks, blaring pop tunes, and a mixed crowd of middle-aged professionals and young boozers looking for a cheap highball.
157 E. Ohio St., (312) 923-95364. Sidetrack:
A neighborhood mainstay for 30 years, sleek, multilevel Sidetrack boasts a busy summer roof deck that buzzes with drunken camaraderie every show-tunes-themed night.
3349 N. Halsted St., (773) 477-91895. T’s Bar & Restaurant:
Above-par food and daily beer specials distinguish T’s as the go-to haunt for Andersonville’s lesbian community, but Gs, Bs, Ts, and more are welcome at this self-described “bar for everyone.”
5025 N. Clark St. , (773) 784-6000The 10 Best Dives1. Archie’s Iowa Rockwell Tavern:
The 69-year-old family-run tavern still offers some of the best deals anywhere: $3 monthly craft beer special, $2 Hamm’s, and free pool and cheese puffs all night. Dogs welcome, too.
2600 W. Iowa St., (773) 486-26262. Carol’s Pub:
It’s not quite Texas, but it’s certainly not Chicago. The late-night honky-tonk joint is beloved for the country crooners who take the stage in the wee hours, baskets of fried stuff, and cheap beer.
4659 N. Clark St., (773) 334-24023. Cole’s:
The impressive bottled beer selection and chummy bartenders keep us going back. Owner Coleman Brice hosts weekly concerts and comedy sets, if you’re looking for more than just drafts.
2338 N. Milwaukee Ave., (773) 276-58024. Galway Bay:
With comfy couches and every Nintendo game under the sun, you might swear you walked into your childhood rec room. But the free popcorn, jovial bartenders, and $2 PBRs remind you that you’re in Chicago’s homiest basement hideaway.
500 W. Diversey Pkwy., (773) 348-37505. Happy Village:
With daily specials like $2 PBR and Old Style, an all-season beer garden, and free Ping-Pong, it’s no wonder this place draws a crunchy crowd. It’s cash only, but with those deals, you won’t need more than $20 in your pocket.
1059 N. Wolcott Ave., (773) 486-15126. Monk’s:
Peanut shells strewn across the floor guarantee a lively scene with good burgers and brews, and Monk’s has those in spades.
205 W. Lake St., (312) 357-66657. The Old Town Ale House:
A modestly grungy joint known for its R-rated paintings of the famous and infamous (Blago, Sarah Palin). But the real draw is the jazz-heavy jukebox, which features giants like Coltrane along with locals Josh Berman and Jason Adasiewicz.
219 W. North Ave., (312) 944-70208. Simon’s Tavern:
Viking artifacts, Swedish flags, Pripps lager, deer-hunting murals, and the weathered mahogany bar is a tribute to the Andersonville that once was.
5210 N. Clark St., (773) 878-08949. Skylark:
From the famous late-night Tots and the free jazz on Mondays to the 20 beers on tap, this is a neighborhood haunt better than most.
2149 S. Halsted St., (312) 948-527510. Woodlawn Tap:
This standby, popularly known as Jimmy’s, may be a dive, but there’s nothing lowbrow about it. Tote your best academic armor: The Hyde Park watering hole is a University of Chicago favorite.
1172 E. 55th St., (773) 643-5516The 18 Best Neighborhood Spots1. Aberdeen Tap (West Town):
Head over any night for the ample bottled beer selection and delicious fried macaroni and cheese squares. Cap your weekend by testing your smarts at Sunday night trivia.
440 N. Aberdeen St., (312) 929-38452. Bernice’s Tavern (Bridgeport):
This 48-year-old institution has a museum-like collection of city knickknacks so thick it threatens to engulf the trusty old jukebox. The beer menu is broad, but the jovial staff can help you out—just carry cash.
3238 S. Halsted St., (312) 813-32153. California Clipper (Humboldt Park):
This gorgeous 1940s art deco tavern fuses dimly lit red walls with a country-western theme. Conflicting aesthetics aside, the Clipper keeps ’em coming back with cheap drinks and live country music on weekends.
1002 N. California Ave., (773) 384-25474. Charleston (Bucktown):
The perky corner bar has finally grown up. Gone are the board games and kitschy decor of old, where Saturdays tended toward raucousness. Now candlelight and cocktails are the MO. But fret not: Charleston 2.0 can still party.
2076 N. Hoyne Ave., (773) 489-47575. City Tavern (South Loop):
The team behind Chicago Firehouse modeled this eight-month-old spot on an 18th-century New England tavern. The roaring fire in the front lounge, a long wooden bar backed by lofty mirrors, and a 14-page roster of drinks would make Sam Adams proud.
1416 S. Michigan Ave., (312) 663-12786. Cork and Kerry (Beverly):
The quintessential pub stands apart in decidedly Irish Beverly. How? Maybe the decked beer garden and Emerald Isle brews like Smithwick’s and Kilkenny on tap have something to do with it.
10614 S. Western Ave., (773) 445-26757. Danny’s Tavern (Bucktown):
The red neon Schlitz sign lures in so many passersby that you may have to stand in line, but the house-party vibe and esteemed roster of DJs make it worth the wait. Hit up the ATM first.
1951 W. Dickens Ave., (773) 489-64578. Edgewater Lounge (Edgewater):
An unassuming exterior and out-of-the-way location conceal funky decor and an admirable microbrew list. Tuesdays in winter find a healthy local contingent nestling close to the fireplace for live bluegrass music.
5600 N. Ashland Ave., (773) 878-33439. Emmit’s (River West):
This storied tavern may be one of the city’s most famed (see its cameos in Backdraft and Ocean’s Eleven), but it’s still an Irish saloon at heart: cheap beer, good grub, and shamrocks galore.
495 N. Milwaukee Ave., (312) 563-963110. Floyd’s Pub (Bucktown):
Bears games play on all the screens, but it’s the drinks that will keep you coming back: 40 varieties of seasonal suds. Making all the grub—down to the salad dressing—from scratch is impressive, too.
1944 N. Oakley Ave., (773) 276-606011. Gingerman Tavern (Wrigleyville):
Don’t let the neighborhood fool you—the crowd is more Metro buffs than Cubs fans. But even non-concertgoers can enjoy the beer-heavy bar and respectable poolroom in the back.
3740 N. Clark St., (773) 549-205012. Glascott’s (Lincoln Park):
While the South Side Irish sling Jameson at Cork and Kerry, North Siders head to Glascott’s, the family-owned pub (four generations!) with one of the best St. Patty’s Days in the city.
2158 N. Halsted St., (773) 281-120513. Green Door Tavern (River North):
This heavily tchotchke’d groggery—erected immediately following the Chicago Fire—has weathered a later blaze, Prohibition, and even a car crash. With a friendly staff and tasty grub, it still makes for a fine spot to unwind after work.
678 N. Orleans St., (312) 664-549614. Hüettenbar (Lincoln Square):
In the winter, ales, lagers, and Glühwein keep the friendly barflies strapped to their stools at this cozy German lodge. In the summer, seats by the street-facing picture windows—where almost all of Lincoln Square strolls by—are prime real estate.
4721 N. Lincoln Ave., (773) 561-250715. Marty’s (Andersonville):
In these changing times, it’s comforting to know that, at least in this Toulouse-Lautrec-themed gay-friendly spot, the drinks are always stiff, the server always wears a tie, and the menu always adheres to the classics (martinis, Negroni).
1511 W. Balmoral Ave., (773) 454-016116. Ñ—click here—(Andersonville):
The clandestine Argentine bar’s lethal mojitos roll in five flavors: mango, pineapple, coconut, passion fruit, and blackberry. Snag a patio seat, order an empanada sampler, and try them all—just don’t blame us for what happens next.
2977 N. Elston Ave., (773) 866-989817. Twisted Spoke (West Town):
It’s fashioned as a biker bar—the revolving life-size skeleton on a motorcycle outside is your first hint—but you’re as likely to find a hardcore cyclist as you are a motley crew. Apparently, whiskey and bourbon bring together all walks of life.
501 N. Ogden Ave, (312) 666-150018. Wabash Tap (South Loop):
The local hang has somehow resisted the rest of the South Loop’s revamping—it’s still serving beer and Tots for under $6, and the pool sharks at the back tables give a welcoming nod to every visitor.
1233 S. Wabash Ave., (312) 360-9488The 5 Best Drink-Time Diversions1. Alice’s Lounge:
For the Rihanna Wannabe: This endearingly trashy karaoke joint ditches the private singing rooms for a public stage where a karaoke jockey takes tune requests. It’s a birthday and bachelorette party bonanza, but you knew that as soon as you saw the word “karaoke.”
3556 W. Belmont Ave., (773) 279-93822. The Globe Pub:
For the Jeopardy! Junkie: On Tuesday nights, a crowd of brainiacs with clever team names convenes in a back room at this soccer-loving spot. If you enjoy a challenge, brush up on explorers’ names and obscure films.
1934 W. Irving Park Rd., (773) 871-37573. Guthries Tavern:
For the Monopoly Maven: With a rotating list of craft beer specials for about $5 and more than 50 board games on hand, Guthries is perfect for midweek unwinding. Order from your favorite delivery place and listen to full albums of CSNY and the like.
1300 W. Addison St., (773) 477-29004. Headquarters:
For the 80s-at-Heart Kid: Craft beer, classic arcade games, and outgoing staff make for good vibes at this roomy beercade. And perhaps to ward off hipster takeover, the sign above the bar reads: “No Miller, No Bombs, No Bud, No Energy Drinks, No PBR, No Attitude.”
950 W. Wolfram St., (773) 665-56605. Mary’s Attic:
For the Dancing Diva: Cheap drink specials and sassy tunes flow freely at this A’ville spot. On Wednesdays, friends without hang-ups can show off their best frontman moves on a raised stage, complete with a glittering disco ball and encouragement from salacious host CeeCee LaRouge.
5400 N. Clark St., (773) 784-6969
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