Bars in Rogers Park

50% Off Sports-Bar Food at Suite 25

Suite 25

Logan Square

$40 $20


Signature burgers and other sports-bar food and drinks at this second-floor sports bar

50% Off Burgers, Pub Food, and Drinks at Lincoln Avenue Social

Lincoln Avenue Social


$30 $15

The pub menu features classic sandwiches, Tex-Mex plates, and Burgers topped with beef chili and mac and cheese

Half Off Beer Flights and Bar Snacks at Paramount Room

Paramount Room

Central Chicago

$32 $16


Rotating list of craft beers and Belgian ales pairs with gourmet nosh like tempura green beans or pork belly sticks with maple mustard sauce

Up to 60% Off Appetizers and Drinks at Brando's Speakeasy

Brando's Speakeasy

The Loop

$36 $15

Ten varieties of martini match with classic cocktails, cheese plates, and karaoke all night long

Up to 46% Off Craft Beer and Appetizers


Forest Park

$30 $17


Craft beer from local breweries such as Revolution and Lagunitas; fries, chicken tenders, and stout beer battered onion rings

Half Off Tropical Snacks and Drinks at Hala Kahiki

Hala Kahiki

River Grove

$30 $15


Tropical cocktails named for Pelé and coral reefs poured in Polynesian-themed bar opened in 1963

48% Off Pool and Snacks

Elite Cafe & Billiards

Melrose Park

$25 $13

Retro pool hall gives players plenty of space to maneuver around its 17 billiards tables

Up to 41% Off at Mega Beer Fest

Mega Beer Fest

Toyota Park

$100 $59

Choose 10 beer samples from more that 75 different brews and pair them with saucy barbecue from Porky's Rib Fest

Up to 50% Off at Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery


$20 $11


Waitresses clad in mini kilts ferry burgers, Dublin-inspired stew & ice-cold Guinness to tables with views of HD sports games

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Steeped in entertainment history, The New 400 Theaters showcases new and recent Hollywood films inside its four-screen movie house. Opened in 1912 and originally dubbed Regent Theater, the single-screen Rogers Park locale presented 725-seat audiences the chance to witness eclectic vaudeville acts and to shout technique critiques to sword-fighting actors during moving-picture showings. Regent transmogrified into the "400 Theater" in 1930—a name taken from the term for the top 400 society folk—and then into a city-crushing ladybug in 1955, before settling into its current configuration in 2009, with refurnished venues, multiple screens, and a recently opened full-service bar.

6746 N Sheridan Rd

Act One Pub was featured in Time Out Chicago and reviewed on Chicago's Centerstage. Yelpers give the restaurant a 3.5-star average:

1330 W Morse Ave

The wine aficionados at Taste Food and Wine acquaint palates with sundry wine varietals, complemented by gourmet meats, cheeses, and deli fare. Free tastings on select weeknights allow patrons to sample various reds and whites, and the wine-of-the-month club supplies subscribers with two bottles that, like a stray salesman, make regular appearances on doorsteps. The deli coaxes out each note in complex wines with an array of munchables such as fresh pastas, smoked salmon rolls, prosciutto, and imported and domestic cheeses.

1506 W Jarvis Ave

Morseland's dinner menu, available until 10:30 p.m. nightly, serves up classic comfort food with hints of Cajun flavor. Appetizers include buffalo wings ($8 for 10 wings, $14 for 20 wings) and crab cakes ($8), with fresh hummus ($8) and mini veggie burgers ($7) satisfying herbivores. Scale the shaved heights of Morseland's beef and cheddar sandwich ($11), or imprison seafood in the stockade of your stomach with a catfish po' boy ($8). Additional entrees include a Jamaican jerk pork chop ($17) and a 14-ounce hanger steak ($18), with the French Quarter farrago of jambalaya ($17) uniting the estranged carnivore-friendly cousins of shrimp, chicken, and sausage. Daily dinner specials are also available, as is brunch on weekends.

1218 W Morse Ave

Though you might not know it from the outside, the kitchen at Aqua Bar and Grill, part of a hotel building from the 1940s, is the site of a nightly culinary summit. There, flavorful representatives from Cajun and Caribbean traditions meet to form an ever-changing menu that includes cajun sandwiches, penne pasta tossed with three kinds of sausage and jambalaya, top sirloin steak, coconut shrimp, crab-stuffed mushrooms, and crab legs. The chefs concoct a selection of seasonal American fare with emphasis on seafood that complements the bar and grill's well-rounded wine list and selection of more than 25 craft beers. Amid the high ceilings and walls dotted with paintings from local artists, Aqua's friendly owners also prowl the restaurant floor, mixing up signature cocktails at the bar, making friends, and daring people to sing their orders to the tune of "Turkey In The Straw".

1146 W Pratt Blvd

When wild boar, ostrich, and lamb all pop up on the same menu, that usually means you're at a cutting-edge restaurant browsing its exotic spread of haute cuisine. Or, it means you're at Rolland's. Behind its sports bar-themed facade, Rolland's slyly slips unique and tasty experiences onto tables. That's especially true of the restaurant's a la carte sliders, which are not only stacked between pretzel buns, but also feature out-of-the-ordinary wild boar and ostrich patties. These sliders anchor a menu that also includes gourmet steak burgers, cheese-slathered waffle fries, and a lengthy list of local, craft, and imported beers, which ensures guests never have to follow their meal with a raucous rain dance out on Clark St. just to satisfy their thirst.

7545 N Clark St

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