1909 N Lincoln Ave Ste 1, Chicago, IL 60614
5 pm-12 am, daily
Directly across the street from our Lincoln Avenue community is Chicago’s Hideaway. Here you can enjoy the neighborly service from Old Town Triangle’s “Pizza, Beer, & Sports” bar. With scrumptious food and outstanding beverage options, you never have to settle for anything less than your favorite sporting event as each table has its own television! Read up on previous customer’s opinions of the place. Sign up for their rewards program to earn points for each purchase of yours. Book your next private event and make it a real party with the people who know how to deliver a good time. If you would prefer to speak to someone, connect with Brett via email at email@example.com or text 312.720.1060 and learn about their options for private parties. Hideaway loves their community, and that is why they eagerly want to sponsor your team. After one visit, you’re sure to want to represent your new neighborhood bar!
1758 N Sedgwick St, Chicago, IL 60614
Sun & Mon Closed
Founded in 1885, “Marge’s Still is one of the oldest running taverns in Chicago.” Formerly known as Victor Caruso’s Soft Drinks, there was no straight soda being served there. What started as a barbershop and saloon on the corner turned into the neighborhood’s most popular speakeasy. The original side staircase and wooden bar are still on display. The employees at Caruso’s went as far as distilling and fermenting gin themselves “in a bathtub on the second floor,” a practice Marge Landeck would carry on after she took over ownership in 1957. Landeck is famous for being “the first woman in the city of Chicago to obtain a liquor license.” No surprise, Landeck was no softie. It is said, “it wouldn’t be a shock to see Marge throwing full-grown men out of her bar if she thought they were too intoxicated.” Landeck ran the whole show, as owner, bartender, bouncer, and waitress. The bar was given to her children after she died in 2001 and renamed “Marge’s Still” in her memory. Today, the bar provides cocktails centered around the prohibition area and serves above-adequate tavern fare. Be sure to take a second to see the spotlight shone on Marge’s Still covered by Chicago’s Best, with features in Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, and Chicago’s Very Own WGN9.
425 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60614
Sat 11 am-3 am
Looking to grab a pint with your pooch? Bring your dog down to River Shannon! With seventy years of skin in the game, River Shannon sticks to the saying, “You’re a guest on your first night; after that, you’re a regular.” Established in 1946, River Shannon has held onto being one of Lincoln Park’s greatest bars through thick and thin without losing their Irish luck. Subscribe to their newsletter to stay in the loop of all the cool events River Shannon has going on. Take a look for yourself before you book your next private event here. You’ll find out pretty quickly these are the people you want to sponsor your team or work for!