Here at Choose Chicago, we believe one of the best ways to jumpstart a truly epic experience in Chicago is to get ideas from the people who know the city best. Our locals, some of the greatest ambassadors of Chicago you can find, are invaluable resources for discovering the greatest things to see and do in the city.
Chicago's one of the best sports town in the world and our fans' loyalty can't be beaten. If we don't get tickets to the game, we head to the bars for sporting revelry and cheer on the Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs, Fire and White Sox. Here are some of Chicagoans' favorite places to watch sports on a flatscreen TV or 10.
Harry Caray's (multiple locations)
@ChooseChicago The fifty/50 and Jimmy Green’s— Greg Smith (@GregESPN1480) March 24, 2015
@ChooseChicago pippins tavern— James Gargiulo (@jamesvg10) March 24, 2015
Pippin's Tavern (806 N. Rush St.)
@ChooseChicago Chefs Burger Bistro - bar and tables and patio all with great views of the big screens!— alice tell (@mykindoftownchi) March 24, 2015
Chef's Burger Bistro (164 E. Grand Ave.)
@ChooseChicago Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch at Water Tower Place.— Pat Eufrasio (@peufrasio76) March 25, 2015
Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch (Water Tower Place, N. Michigan Ave.)
Cubby Bear (1059 W. Addison St.)
FatPour Tap Works (2005 W. Division St.)
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