From Our Editors
On one side, orange-and-blue-shirted fans cheer on their team, drowning out their green-and-gold-clad counterparts. In another corner, a group wearing red-and-black jerseys cling beer-filled mugs and high-five each other in victory. At Chicago Sports Hub, flat-screen televisions flicker with multiple matches, creating a gathering space for diverse sports disciples. Here, patrons gather around wood-topped tables, ordering from a menu of pub fare served late into the night. Thin-crust pizzas are made from a family recipe, and cheese stuffs the half-pound burger billed the Juicy Lucy, served on a brioche or pretzel bun. Post meal, diners sink balls during free games of pool played beneath the image of the Chicago skyline lining the walls, and on Saturday nights local DJs spin dance music, spurring reenactments of the day’s best touchdown dances.