Chicago >Bars & Clubs > Innertown Pub
1935 W Thomas St, Chicago, IL | Directions 6062241.901160 -87.676131
Monday To Friday From 03:00 PM To 02:00 AM Saturday From 12:00 PM To 03:00 AM Sunday From 12:00 PM To 02:00 AM
Neighborhoods: West Side, Wicker Park
Tuesday hangout – This bar is the best place in the neighborhood. Well priced beverages and bartenders that serve you with a smile not an attitude. Sure it's dark. How do you think the casinos in Vegas stay in business. and just like Vegas this bar is the home of Elvis. Posters, prints and velvet Elvis' abound. The owner kinda looks like the king and will buy a drink for most of the pretty girls that walk in. Open mic on Thursdays and Sundays is good time or miss(most open mikes are), but Tuesdays are alway a blast. They have a great DJ that spins everything from Country, funk, jazz, rock, indie and the King. The Pool table is free so make sure you sign up early on the board to ensure you play. Stop into this place and don't be afraid to talk to the person next to you. The regulars are alway friendly.
A Road Warrior Biker Bar ( not for frat boys ) – This is Home for all rivet hads and oil junkies.. Great Beer Prices - Smokey 1900 - 2005 atmosphere .. The regulars make you feel welcome unlike some bars that are in the same local .. Bartenders are friendly ..Open Mic nits on Sundays 10 PM -1 AM .. Certain Sundays you can see Just released DVDs on the Big Screen TV .. Home of the MOOR GREEN F.C. From Birmingham England , and if you stop in in January they hold the Annual Chili Brag off thats held on the last NFL Playoff game before the Super Bowl
What can you say thats bad about this place NOTHING .... BTW its a CUBS and BEARS bar and GP Racing .. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Well-preserved but unfussy living museum of Chicago tavern history in Ukrainian Village. – In Short
Only the occasional sliver of natural light manages to penetrate the dark interior of this treasure box of smoke-layered tchotchkes. A speakeasy during Prohibition days, the place has been kept alive by its neighborhood clientele--once Polish and now bohemian--who sit at the bar under prints of familiar paintings like Rembrandt's "Young Girl at an Open Half-Door" while drinking pints of Spaten and PBR.
a great little back street boozer – excellent back street pub great service , really made to feel welcome and great service , the beer was very smooth . once you have acclimatized to the dark surroundings this place really grows on you , thanks for making us feel so welcome during our visit from england .
The best of the West (Town) – The architecture is at least 70 years old, the bartenders are young, good-looking and friendly (not to meantion generous), the pool table is free and the crowd is eclectic and friendly. For your dollar and your spirit, this is one of the best places in town, let alone in the WickerBuckVillage area. Great juke, great people. Your reviewer is dead wrong, the only 'stench' is from the occasional neo-yuppie stinking up the place, but most of them know better.
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