If you would like to meet friends for drinks or to play darts in Chicago, here are a few destinations not to be missed:
Cody’s Public House
Known as a quintessential neighborhood bar, Cody’s Public House was once awarded “Best Darts” by the Official Chicago Bar Guide. It has boards both inside and out and also features cornhole and bocce ball. Visitors can bring their own meat to cook on the gas grills, and the draft beers are $5.50.
Friendly dogs are always welcome, and the bar is open until 2:00 a.m. Sunday through Friday, and 3:00 a.m. on Saturdays.
Serving the city since 1934, Lottie’s Pub is better known as Molly’s by Chicago Fire fans. The pub offers a homey atmosphere, and it’s where locals gather to celebrate birthdays, discuss politics, or simply relax after a hard day’s work.
Always open late, it has a 4.5-star rating on TripAdvisor as guests appreciate the friendly service and cozy atmosphere.
When you take a break from playing darts, try the Chicago Fire Burger. The patty is topped with caramelized onions, American cheese, and garlic aioli. It pairs well with a pint of Molly’s by Day IPA.
Point & Feather
Point & Feather boasts it offers a River North experience unlike any other. It’s redefining a night out on the town with thoughtfully prepared dishes and cocktails, and of course everyone’s favorite bar game – darts.
The bar features more of a drawing room atmosphere, and it welcomes guests until the wee hours of the morning. The menu features steak sandwiches, fish & chips, and veggie burgers which pair well with drinks such as Thousand Ships and The Graduate.Back to all posts