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Chicago’s Irish Pubs for St. Patty’s Day

Events, Nightlife, Things to Do — By adimarcial on March 16, 2011 at 10:11 pm

Did you miss the crazy St. Patrick’s Day party this past Saturday in Chicago? Or, are you recovered and ready for more? Tomorrow is your last day to sport your Irish pride, or at least sport feel Irish!  Here are a few bar recommendations to make sure you get that pint of beer and pub atmosphere tomorrow. Don’t forget your green!

The Irish Oak:
Located just steps away from Wrigley Field, this traditional Irish pub will offer all the beer you want, as well as any kind of whiskey your Irish heart desires from their Signature Whiskey Still Room.  This St. Patrick’s the bar will open at 8am to begin the festivities early, and will offer 1/2 off appetizers, and a $7 Irish beer tour.

Cork & Kerry:
On the opposite side of the city, check out this great south side bar, with its’ open deck, fantastic beer selection, and friendly staff. The weather is supposed to be superb tomorrow, so maybe they will open the deck to catch a few rays with your beer.

Cullen’s Bar & Grill:
This is a favorite along the Southport Corridor. If you are hungry, you have found your spot. There are plenty of booths lining the walls to gather with a group of friends and dive into the fantastic menu of beer-battered onion rings, turkey-and-corned-beef Reubens, shepard’s pie, and all your favorites!

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Tags: Chicago, Chicago Irish Pubs, Cork & Kerry, Cullen's Bar and Grill, Irish Oak, St Patrick's Day
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