Watch The NFL Playoffs At These Sports Bars In Chicago

There is no better sports town than Chicago, and even if the Bears aren’t in the hunt for the Lombardi trophy, Chicago fans love their sports.  So where do you go when you want to be apart of the sports scene around town?  Which bars and pubs do you enjoy going to?

Check out these sports bars below.  All of them feature fantastic food and well stocked bars, and are all within five miles of the Mondial community.

Source: Yelp
Name: Mother Hubbards Sports Pub
Location: 5 W Hubbard St Chicago, IL 60654
Reviews: 146

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David D obviously has a selective memory. I was standing at the bar next to this guy New Years Eve and witnessed this incident from start to finish. This…Read More

Mother Hubbard has its location as well as its number of TVs going for it, and that’s about it.Came here to watch bowl games yesterday and left a lot sooner…Read More

Noting that I didn’t meet the manager that is mentioned…we had a great time at Mother Hubbards! A great view of the many games, most in HD, unlike many…Read More

Mother Hubbards Sports Pub

Source: Yelp
Name: Gaslight Bar & Grille
Location: 2426 N Racine Chicago, IL 60614
Reviews: 143

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This is a great neighborhood spot (and an OSU bar). The menu is really good, though it’s heavy on the meat options, which isn’t beneficial to a budding…Read More

Best Local haunt! Give me some lollipop lamb chops and skillet cookie and i will be your friend for life! Daisy cutter on tap – word! Chris the head chef…Read More

Things just aren’t what they used to be. All good things must come to an end. I’m not sure which tired cliched line fits best here. Way back in the day…Read More

Gaslight Bar & Grille

Source: Yelp
Name: Quay
Location: 465 E Illinois Chicago, IL 60611
Reviews: 66

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Great service!!

I checked out two of the three areas of this place – the bar and the inner dining area. The bar was fun with the Bulls game on and a decent…Read More

The food here is just straight up fantastic. I celebrated my father in-law’s birthday at Quay last night, and had the opportunity to try a big selection of…Read More

Went to Quay for NYE last night. They oversold the event and it was a total ripoff because of it. Service was a disaster– it was impossible to get drinks,…Read More


Source: Yelp
Name: Westend Bar
Location: 1326 W Madison St Chicago, IL 60607
Reviews: 164

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The best bar to watch a Blackhawks game. Plenty of tvs to watch multiple games at once. Great variety of beers and food. Their fish tacos are amazing!! :)…Read More

This rating would have been higher if it weren’t for my experience during their New Years party. I paid $75.00 for a ticket that included top shelf liquor…Read More

It is too bad I will only be in Chicago for another week before I move back to Georgia because I have just learned of this West Loop sports bar and it’s…Read More

Westend Bar

Source: Yelp
Name: Players Sports Bar and Grill
Location: 2500 N Ashland Ave Chicago, IL 60614
Reviews: 24

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Check this out, my standard UFC spot wasn’t showing the fight so I went to the Player’s Club. I walk in and look for a seat at the bar…but there were…Read More

This is a review from a F1 fan and that means I go here at 10:00AM on a Sunday and leave by 1:30PM that day so take that into account please!

Breakfast…Read More

great food, cant say the same about the unfriendly waitstaff and slow serviceRead More

Players Sports Bar and Grill

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