If you would like to pick a card or roll the dice while sipping a pint of beer, head to one of the following bars. You’re sure to have a good time at any of these local bars near River West, Chicago.
Found in the Bucktown neighborhood, Lemming’s boasts it’s a place where no one visits just once. It is known for offering strong drinks and friendly words, and the bar comes complete with exposed brick, dim lighting, and unique works of art made by local artists. Guests always enjoy attentive service, and they can play games such as Chess, Jenga, and Sorry. The bartenders offer an array of beers along with cocktails such as an Old Fashioned and Moscow Mule.
Established in 1980, Guthrie’s Tavern is where strangers become friends. The building originally housed a grocery store in 1990, and after Prohibition ended in 1933, the owners turned it into a corner tap. The bar features a cozy atmosphere with dark wood and colorful murals, and the shelves are full of games such as Sequence, Yahtzee, and Battleship. The draft beer menu features Vander Mill, Revolution, Three Floyd’s, and many more.
Blue Line Bar & Grill
Constructed from the ground up in 2002, Blue Line is like stepping into a train car from the 1940s. It features one of the only marble-topped bars in the city, and the seating area offers custom-made booths, curved ceilings, and art deco light fixtures. Blue Line is a fun place to meet friends, and games include Connect Four, Scrabble, and Monopoly. In the kitchen, the chefs prepare meals such as classic double burgers and lobster mac & cheese, and all pair well with a pint of Daisy Cutter Pale Ale.
In addition to these bars, Mondial River West is also near top shops and fascinating cultural attractions. If you are searching for a place to call home, please contact us. Our friendly leasing agents would love to show you our amenities and floor plans firsthand.Back to all posts