Bask in the revelry of your favorite team & see why this pub always seems to make the Best Football Bar Lists of North America. The highly-rated Globe Pub has become well-known not only for being soccercentric but for its exceptional service, immense & cultured beer selection, & ambience. 1934 w. Irving Park Rd.
Want a cozy place to dine, drink, & watch the game? Look no further than our neighborhood’s Michael Diversey’s. Their signature nachos will prove to be something to right home about, PLUS they are super accommodating with televised sports’ requests. enjoy the Chicago history adorning the walls and try a craft beer, everything on tap is brewed within a couple hours drive of the city. 670 W Diversey Pkwy.
Pequod’s Pizza: delicious pizza & sport fanatic friendly. This review sums it up perfectly: “With the glut of Chicago style pizza joints, it becomes very difficult for a place to distinguish itself let alone compete. Most places have some signature styles, such as buttered crust, cornmeal crust, sausage patty, cheesy crust, etc. Pequod’s is able to stand out by sticking to simplicity and just straightforward good quality that makes a neighborhood joint so enjoyable. Their deep dish has a wonderful sauce, probably of which is the best I have ever tasted.” 2201 N. Clybourn Ave.
Lincoln Park’s Burwood Tap offers a comfortable neighborhhood bar experience less than a five minute walk from the hostel’s front door. An atmosphere that includes cheap drinks, good service, free pocorn,a pool table, and enough televisions to go around, this place is a worthwhile stop. 724 W. Wrightwood Ave.
Rocks Bar & Grill seems to do everything solid, they are on spot with their sport’s bar appeal, they boast a terrific menu serving up decadent yet delicious dishes like their bacon wrapped jalapeno tater tots, remarkable mac-n-cheese, and even make deep-fried Snickers bars. Their beer menu truly won’t disappoint either…3463 N. Broadway Ave.