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$15 for a burger meal for two (up to a $35.98 value)
- Two burgers or sandwiches (up to a $9.99 value each)
- Two beers (up to an $8 value each)<p>
$30 for a burger meal for four (up to a $71.96 value)
- Four burgers or sandwiches (up to a $9.99 value each)
- Four beers (up to an $8 value each)<p>
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Polk Street Pub
Watching TV after midnight is typically a sign of insomnia, but at Polk Street Pub, it’s simply a sign of a good time. The South Loop pub stays open past midnight nightly playing the latest sports games and other engaging programs on its many flat-screen TVs. As they watch a baseball player swing for the fences or a basketball player slam a poster-worthy dunk, patrons can chow down on the pub's hearty food made from fresh ingredients. Appetizers include three kinds of egg rolls – Irish, Philly, or blackened chicken – as well as wings with six types of available sauces, and the hand-cut French fries are touted as some of the South Loop's best. The deliciousness continues with the entrees, which include build-your-own burgers and sandwiches ranging from high-stacked Reubens and Philly cheesesteaks to the popular cheesy garlic chicken.
As Blue Line trains clatter past nearby, patrons can also pair their meals with pints from the pub's extensive beer list, which includes everything from no-frills American favorites to boundary-pushing craft brews. The pub also maintains a full bar, and schedules daily drink specials that increase the good times without decreasing wallet size. No matter the reason for their visit, patrons can relax inside the pub's comfortable atmosphere, even taking advantage of free Wi-Fi to get some web surfing done during their stay.
What some people are buzzing about:
94% of 299 customers recommend
“Great food, great service, excellent value.”
“great people, great food, great atmosphere!”
“Great food and friendly staff make you feel like one of the regular patrons.”