Patsy's Pub & Grill epitomizes the warmth of an old-school neighborhood eatery, drawing in regulars and passersby to belly up to its intimate polished wood bar for a drink and some friendly company. Amid the clicks, clacks, and occasional crotchety comments emanating from the stately antique cash register, bartenders—who make customers feel even more welcome by working to remember their names—pour 20 beers by the bottle and an impressive selection of bourbons. The comforting aromas of signature mac 'n' cheese or the house-smoked pork waft through the air to tease nostrils and pique appetites.
In between bites, guests keep an eye fixed on the Chicago games illuminating flat-screen TVs. When televised sports aren’t enough, guests can engage in in-house competitions with a game of metal-tipped darts, Nintendo Wii, or board games, or enjoy people watching on the outdoor patio. Patsy's also shows their neighborhood spirit by sponsoring local amateur sports teams as they vie to win a key to the city by beating the mayor in beach volleyball.