Who says drinking alone is a bad thing? When you've got a great bar, strangers nearby and a nice-on-the-eyes bartender, all is good in the world.
The hardest part about moving away from Lincoln Park was leaving RJ Grunts, and those absolutely delectable chicken fingers, cottage chips and a nice subsequent chocolate milkshake.
Self-coined as the oldest and finest wine bar in Chicago, I completely concur. Add quirkiest to the list and you've got the perfect place for a glass/bottle of vino.
Pops for Champagne is the country's most esteemed Champagne bar w none of the stuffiness. 200 wines/bubbles on the menu pop my cork any day.
There's a reason this is a Michelin star, James Beard winning restaurant. Make sure to get the Mezze platter, the chef's grandma's recipe!
When u think uve reached the end of Randolph St, go west young man! Well worth the Trek, Tasting Room has 1 of the best glass pours in Chi.
Want a perfect GNO, date nite or dinner w the fam? Quartino is yr place. Small plate Italian w BOTTLES of wine under $14, this is perfection
Instead of greasy, humongous, Chicago-style pizza, grab a nice crisp light Neopolitan slice w a glass of their $5 wine of the week. Mangia!
Gemini Bistro is literally the perfect neighborhood restaurant. Although it's a destination for many, it's home to the Lincoln Park neighborhood for a family dinner, a solo glass of wine at the bar or brunch with the girls.