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Wrigleyville Pub Packages

Continue the Wrigley Experience After the Game...
All inclusive drink packages starting as low as $25 per person, includes 3 hours of bar service.

Rebel Bar & Grill - Wrigleyville
3462 N. Clark Street Chicago, IL In the wall-to-wall entertainment corridor that is Clark Street in the heart of Wrigleyville, one bar stands alone for its neighborhood vibe, good food, and signature cocktails - a loner, a trend-setter, a Rebel Bar & Grill. Located half a block south of Wrigley Field, Rebel is the year-round destination for neighborhood residents and visitors alike with our daily food & drinks specials, private party roomupstairs, special events, and attention to service. St

Cubby Bear - Wrigleyville
1059 W Addison St Chicago, IL 60613

Located across the street from historic Wrigley Field, the Cubby Bear Wrigleyville is "the place" for Cubs post-game parties. With over 30,000 square feet of space, you can enjoy live music, watch your favorite sporting event, eat great food, or attend a party in one of their private rooms overlooking the Wrigley Field Marquee.

John Barleycorn - Wrigleyville
3524 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60057

One of Wrigleyvilles most sought after destinations whether there is a Cubs game in town or not. A sportier version of the the classic Lincoln Park John Barleycorn, this bar brings out tons of space to pack in mass of northsiders from morning until late night. Two huge bars center both levels with outside bars and eating areas spotted on the boarder. Don't worry about catching the Cubbies on the tv, there are plasma screens wallpapering most o

Harry Caray's Tavern
600 E. Grand Ave. Chicago, IL 60611-3428

Harry Caray's Tavern offers the perfect blend of a lively sports bar and classic tavern, creating Wrigleyville's premier location for all sporting events. Located directley across the street from Wrigley Field, Harry Caray's Taverns sports a mammoth 10 foot HD TV, the only precision engineered StarGlass HD TV in the Midwest, live music and DJs, and a menu ranging from great bar food to paninis to the HOly Cow Burger Bar.

Sluggers Sports Bar & Dueling Pianos - Wrigleyville
3540 N. Clark St. Chicago, IL 60657

Sluggers is the neighborhood sports bar on steroids. In addition to a video layout that feels like every customer has his or her own TV screen (our scouts kept losing count), there are two big screens up front. The satellite array rivals NASA. Test your skill against 90 m.p.h. pitches in a batting cage at Sluggers. Is it easier or harder after a few beers? The upstairs batting cages approximate both softball and baseball pitches; there's also mini

Bar Celona and Grill - Wrigleyville
This Spanish-style lounge and Tapas-style restaurant is located in the heart of Wrigleyville, and is a great place to come to watch Cub games. Indulge in specialty sangria, margaritas, and martinis.

The Full Shilling Public House - Wrigleyville
Located in the heart of Wrigleyville, The Full Shilling offers its customers a true Wrigley-experience. With its Irish-sports pub theme, guests are treated to a lively and fun atmosphere when they walk through the door. Serving everything from breakfast any time to shrimp and chips, The Full Shilling has you covered not just behind the bar, but on the grill as well.

Moe's Cantina - Wrigleyville
Formerly a car wash, Moe's Cantina has been converting it into a modern Mexican cantina -- with lots of Spanish and South American flair. The cavernous barrel-roofed space features stained concrete bar tops with copper facades, an open kitchen, three glass garage doors that retract for an al fresco atmosphere, ten 50 plasma televisions showing slides of Mexic's beautiful landscape as well as art from various Spanish artists, and during dinner hours Moe's features a large selection of Mexican roc

Bull & Bear - River North
It's a bar. It's a grill. It's a vantage point. This spot will have more than the average viewing capabilities: Keep an eye on your favorite sports team's score, your stocks flashing across the ticker, or the latest stories making news headlines. It's a prime spot for people watching, especially during summertime when the spacious sidewalk cafe opens on Wells and Hubbard Streets.