More than 110 beers wash down Chicago-style hot dogs, italian cheesy beef sandwiches, and pizzas served inside or on a brick patio
Mitchell's Tap, a sports bar that ESPN writer Scoop Jackson called "the real W-Sox spot" and "legendary," aims to "celebrate every Thursday like it's Friday and every Friday like it's New Year's." Located in Bridgeport, close to U.S. Cellular Field, the spot makes a convenient watering hole for those en route to or coming from baseball games, or for players chasing far-flung home runs. Just as often, though, the bar hosts its own festivities—recurring events include chili cook-offs, White Sox-Cubs–rivalry viewing parties, and barbecues. Bartenders fill glasses with more than 110 types of beer, and are equally adept at mixing smooth Grey Goose cocktails or concocting Washington Apple shooters.