3551 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago, IL | Directions 6065741.946590 -87.654208
Cubs Home Day Games:
Cubs Away Games/Off Days: Monday-Tuesday Closed
*Off season hours subject to change
Great location and food – Even when I am not at a Cubs game at Wrigley field, I dine at Harry Caray's tavern and still feel like I am sitting behind home plate. The atmosphere is great to dine in and watch a great ball game on one of their many tv's
Luis is one of the best bartenders in Chicago – I like coming into Harry Caray's whenever I go to a Cub game, and Luis, who is a bartender there, is a big reason why!! Such courteous service elevates Harry Caray's Sports bar in Wrigleyville to a new zenith for bars in Wrigleyville. Luis is attentive to customer wishes and always makes me feel welcome. I think customer satisfaction is the most important part of an establishment's success, and a bartender such as Luis gives Harry Caray's an extremely good reputation!!
Harry Caray rules – I love Harry's! Yeah man - you gotta get in here and order one of the firebal1s! Fire bal1s are good man - wait till you get one of Harry's ba11s in your mouth - good times man! Good times. RIP Harry Caray is a legend baby - you don't even know!
Rude staff – The staff are extremly rude especially the barstaff.
Great Wrigley bar – It's really laughable that that guy even thought that he would find a "special" on a Cubs game day in Wrigleyville. From the suburbs maybe? Just a hint so you don't make a total fool out of yourself in the future: there are no specials on anything in Wrigleyville on game days, ever, anywhere. I love this place. Drink prices are comparable to every bar in that area and they do have really good specials on non-game days. The food prices are comparable to the area as well even though it is way better quality and they could charge more. It's really beautifully decorated and clean! Most bars in Wrigley are just so dingy and old. It's nice to have a classy place in the area. Service is very friendly as well. I've been back many times and will continue to frequent.
Best in Wrigleyville – I don't know what the other reviews are talking about. Harry Caray's Tavern in Wrigleyville is easily one of the best bars in the neighborhood. First, they have great food. The menu extends far beyond your typical bar selection. They have the Holy Cow burger bar where you can customize everything about your burger including the type of meat (or a veggie burger if you prefer), cheese, sauce, and bun. The drink prices are comparable to other places in the area. They have an excellent selection of beer, wine, cocktails and liquors. I have always had great service from both the cocktail waitresses and bartenders. There are plenty of TVs so there is no bad seat in the house. There is also a great buffet on Sunday mornings for football games! What better way to cure a Saturday night hangover than with football, a build-your-own omelet station, and a great Bloody Mary. Definitely a place worth checking out.
Not recommended – If you're the kind of person who doesn't mind spending $5.00 on a Miller Light and a whole lot more money on the same kind of food you can get across the street at the 711 convenience store, than this is the place for you! Not only are the bartenders sloppily drunk to the point to where they need to struggle to open your bottle of beer, they?ll also charge you four times the price of your original tab at the end of the night! However, if you are the kind of person who expects what they pay for, classy folks and friendly reliable service, you?ll find none of that here!
The legacy of the beloved Cubs' announcer lives on just a pitch away from Wrigley Field. – In Short
It's fitting that Harry Caray's Restaurant Group chose the Cubs home opener (2008) as its first day of service. The decor blends a lively sports bar atmosphere with the look of a classic tavern with a mosaic tile floor, pressed tin ceiling and lots of TVs for keeping score. Museum-quality baseball memorabilia and other artifacts plaster the walls, while people watching turns outdoors, where a patio enables gawking at the rowdy fans.
Photo by Jasmin Shah
The most fun i've had in wrigleyville – Seriously how old are the reviews on here? Has anyone been to Hi-Tops lately? They have a brand new bar with a brand new attitude! Cover is only for special events and not necessarily on all game days. When I was there they where giving out free shots, girls are dancing on the bars, and the bartenders never seemed to miss a beat! I work in the industry and those seem to be the most important things for a good time. Not to mention they have all these new specials everyday of the week! Expensive? I think not! I say for a great time in Wrigleyville go there!!!
Rowdy Wrigleyville sports bar packs 'em in tight for games and dancing. – In Short
Framed jerseys and sports memorabilia line the walls of this two-story bar; college-team banners and televisions hang from the rafters. Upstairs features a small bar, two pool tables, two large-projection screens and windows that offer a good view of Wrigley Field's southwest corner. Weekends, DJs spin dance music for throngs of the bar's regular jeans-clad, 20-something clientele. Beer--bottled and draft--is the drink of choice, and appetizers, sandwiches and pizzas are available.
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