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Chicago Pub Crawls

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Chicago Pub Crawls

Chicago is a vibrant and diverse city, with lots of activities and nightlife for visitors to enjoy. Pub crawls are a great way to explore the city and experience the best of it’s nightlife. With its many bars, clubs, and restaurants, visitors should have no trouble finding something to suit their tastes.

The following is a guide to some of Chicago’s most popular pubs and pubs for a memorable pub crawl. From craft beers to classic cocktails, each venue has something special to offer. All you need to do is choose your favorite places and get ready to enjoy the night.

Three Dots and a Dash

Located on North Wells Street, Three Dots and a Dash is a hip and trendy craft-cocktail bar that is quickly becoming one of the hottest in Chicago. The interior is decked out with tiki torches, tropical décor, and Polynesian-inspired drinks, making it the perfect spot for a pub crawl. As well as offering creative cocktails such as the “Three Dots and a Dash” – a mixture of Mexican whiskey, coconut, lime, and honey – the bar also serves up classic drinks such as Old Fashioneds and Margaritas. The small plates menu features dishes like salt-and-pepper shrimp and pork sliders.

In addition to drinks and food, Three Dots and a Dash is known for its lively atmosphere. There’s often live music playing, making it a great place to go if you’re looking for a fun night out with friends.

From creative cocktails to tongue-in-cheek décor, Three Dots and a Dash is definitely worth checking out during your pub crawl. Three Dots and a Dash is definitely my favorite bar in Chicago; I love their unique cocktails and cool vibe.

The Violet Hour

The Violet Hour opened its doors in 2004 as one of Chicago’s first craft-cocktail bars and its popularity has only grown since then. Located in Wicker Park, the cozy speakeasy-style bar is known for its handcrafted cocktails made from fresh seasonal ingredients. Popular drinks include the “Paper Plane” – made with whiskey, Amaro, Aperol, and lemon – and the “Air Raid” – with Mezcal, Jamaican rum, passion fruit syrup, orange, pineapples, and lime.

The interior of The Violet Hour is just as special as its drinks menu. It looks like something straight out of the Prohibition era, with an elaborate wall mural featuring famous authors such as Shakespeare, Virginia Woolf, and Dickens. It’s definitely worth visiting during your pub crawl just to take in the alluring atmosphere.

At The Violet Hour, every drink is an experience to savour. I highly recommend The Violet Hour.

GMan Tavern

GMan Tavern is a classic Chicago dive bar that has been around for nearly 30 years. Located on North Milwaukee Avenue, it’s well known for its cheap beers and delicious burgers – making it the perfect spot for a budget pub crawl. There’s also a pool table in the backroom, so visitors can enjoy a game while sipping on a pint of their favourite beer.

GMan Tavern is also known for its rock & roll atmosphere; bands often play on the small stage and there are plenty of vintage vinyls playing all night long. The walls are decorated with posters of musicians like Elvis Presley, The Beatles, David Bowie, and many more.

Whether you’re looking for cheap beer and burgers or just want to check out the rock & roll atmosphere, GMan Tavern is worth a visit during your pub crawl. GMan Tavern has always been one of my favorite dive bars in Chicago; it may be a little rough around the edges but it has a lot of charm.

The Barrel House

The Barrel House is a prohibition-era bar located on South Michigan Avenue that serves up classic cocktails with modern twist. The secret entrance is hidden behind an old-fashioned telephone booth (complete with vintage rotary phone!) and the bar itself has an old-world feel thanks to its dark interiors and exposed brick walls. As well as classic drinks such as Manhattans and Negronis, the bartenders also whip up creative cocktails like the “Barrel House Sour” – made with Dad’s Hat Rye whiskey, lime juice, simple syrup, egg whites, and orange bitters – and the “French 75” – consisting of lemon juice, simple syrup, dry champagne, and Peychaud’s bitters.

If you’re looking for something different during your pub crawl, The Barrel House is definitely worth checking out. They have an impressive list of drinks on offer and the bar has a unique aesthetic that can’t be found elsewhere in the city. The Barrel House is one of my top picks when it comes to craft cocktail bars in Chicago; I love the atmosphere here as well as trying out different drinks from their menu

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Chicago Pub Crawls

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